Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Beef & Filet Mignon Recipe Dog Treats, 25-Ounce
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- Tender snacks made with real beef fortified with over 12 vitamins and minerals
Release Date: 13-09-2012
Details: With real beef and filet mignon. For dogs of all sizes.
Package Dimensions: 7.1 x 4.9 x 4.3 inches
Based on 19 reviews
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I have a 40 pound English Bulldog and a 4 pound Yorkie. This is the favorite treat for both of them! They are soft and chewy and easy to break into smaller pieces if I want and most importantly for my yorkie is that they are soft enough to chew with only a few teeth left! There are times when he refuses food but he but he will always eat these treats. Amazon please don’t ever quit carrying them as they are hard to find in stores! They are a staple in my cupboard. As soon as I open the cupboard my English Bully puts her nose to the jar telling me “this is the one” she wants! Cutest thing ever!
You know, wouldn't most everyone give a bloody fortune to really know what their pets think?But, getting real, in the meantime one must just (say that 20 times) have a go with the flow.My dear pet dog has periods wherein eating doesn't seem to fit his schedule. If it wasn't for the fact that one breed of dog has appealed to me since May, 1975, I might've thought his decding not to eat what he seemingly couldn't stop all but vacuuming the day before.What could've possibly have changed in fewer than 24 hours? A massive loss of flavor in an otherwise airtight container? One seriously doubts such.Nevertheless, when Milk Bone's Soft & Chewey Dog Snacks arrived wasn't hard to imagine that he'd do as he had earlier the same day with every other dog food, treats or even silver-platter-served appetizers: absolutely nothing.Yet, with his human watching intently (and just as intently wishing to know what he thinks), two Soft & Chewey Dog Snacks were placed in front of him only to see him give 'em a sniff and proceed to stare at the classicly shaped Milk Bone treats.Seconds later and driven to utterances that one dare not say aloud or, for that matter, repeat herein, I wheeled 180-degrees and returned to finish KP duties.Glancing over my shoulder and shooting as at my now not-so-dear dog as stern a look as was possible, I had hardly gotten to the furrowed eyebrows when I noticed the two treats were now missing.The treats were not to be found."Nuh-uh, not me," my dog's look seemed to say or, at least, so I imagined. And he swears he's sticking to that line, or so I further imagined.He's been using that tired old "not me" line throughout the consumption, by "somebody," of his first 25-ounce Soft & Chewey Snacks jar, too.I just don't believe him.
My dog, an adopted Yorkie who had been abused and abandoned, absolutely loves these, though he doesn't care for the traditional Milk Bone treats. He would eat an entire jar at one sitting if I let him. The only complaint I have about these treats is the steep cost. I would order lots more if the price were lowered, or if there was a "2 for" deal. Otherwise, these treats won my dog's heart!
My dogs prefer chewy treats as opposed to the hard Milk-Bones. These seemed to be about the right size for my dogs - a beagle and a hound mix puppy, about the same size as the beagle - and are at a bargain price. When I opened the container, I was met with a pleasant beef smell. Whether this was from actual beef or great alchemy, I don't know. But, I was almost tempted to try one myself. They are soft and firm and, based on the fact that it took more than a second for them to disappear into my dogs, decently chewy. The fact that the puppy enjoys them can be easily dismissed. He eats door stops and couches, too. However, the beagle, who considers himself to be a gourmet, also devours them. Their happy, I'm happy. I deducted 1 star because a number of the treats were broken. No big deal, unless you have dogs that check out what each other received to make sure he is not cheated.
My dog loves these treats! One star deducted because of the use of Red 40, Yellow 5, and Blue 2 food dyes (didn't notice that these dyes were in the ingredients list, which I now see in one of the product images). Next time, I'll probably get the soft and chewy chicken instead, which doesn't use these food dyes.
I always bought these Milk Bone treats as gifts for my mother-in-law’s dog when we visit her. They are soft, chewy and made with good ingredients. The dog LOVES them and he loves me too!!P.S.: for Christmas gift, I bought the leash from Strong Dog Leashes For Large Dogs | Comfortable Walks ~ Padded Handle To Hold Strong Dogs | Reflective Material for Safer Walks | for Medium & Large Dogs | 6 feet x 1 inch. I am pleasantly surprised to see that leash came in a very nice gift box (as in the photo). It also has raving reviews for quality, so quite a good deal.
We got these because they are softer than other bones, so easier on our dog's teeth; however, the bones did a number on our dog's stomach. After three days of our dog having runny accidents on our floor and throwing up, we realized that it was a result of the bones.
Actually I love these because my Australian Sheppard loves these! I put one in one of my hands (behind my back so she cant see) and make her guess (with her paw) which hand it is in! She loves playing that game...but the point is that the aroma is fairly strong so it must taste even better to her! I would recommend trying these as a nice treat for your dog!
This is the go-to-treat for our guy - he's pretty much treat-centric all the time, but this (and his Costco dental treats) are the ones where he not only remembers that he wants one, but remembers the time - and the occasions - when he gets one. A plus: These are also quite easy to break up into little pieces, for use either as a training aid or to make one treat seem like more. The aroma from the container is not unpleasant, although it's perhaps a little too hyper-beefy. I'm not sure that the dog cares about the filet mignon part of the product pitch - that's for us humans to react to, I suppose - but once this treat lands in his mouth, it's gone.
one of my dogs favorite items, these are so soft and chewy for them its like giving them steak, the smell is fine, some of these dog foods and dog treats make me gag, but this little goodie is like giving them a nice piece of steak, i order threw amazon because i get the best price and who can beat just walking out to the porch to get your dog treats . no cash out no going to the store where i will spend a lot more, amazon always has a great price and fast shipping, its well worth it to be a prime member . the product is wonderful, i had no issue with the seller of the product or the shipping everything was a plus,
Our dogs love love these! Nummy Nummy Nummy.Heck they smell steak, bacon, and maybe some smoky BBQ sauce. I was tempted to try one they smell so good.Anyway, my Dachshunds, love them, and one has a very sensitive tummy has no trouble eating and digesting them as well.They are also a perfect treat for my older Doxie who has lost a bunch of teeth already and has trouble with really hard crunchy treats. He can enjoy these with ease.I highly recommend these Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Beef & Filet Treats.THEY ARE MADE IN BUFFALO, NY, USA for those concerned about sourcing of the product. Clearly stated on the packaging.Here are the ingredients:Beef, Chicken, Soy Grits, Sugar, Corn Starch, Filet Mignon, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Rice Flour, Propylene Glycol, Natural Smoke Flavor, Guar Gum, Lactic Acid, Garlic Powder, Potassium Sorbate (Used as a Preservative), Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement), Minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Red 40, Sodium Nitrite (for Color Retention), Yellow 5, BHA (Used as a Preservative), Blue 2.I recommend these treats.
My four Chihuahuas think these are the cats meow! OK, maybe not the cats meow since they're not partial to cats, but they're definitely "the bomb". Being little dogs, they definitely love this smaller size treat because it fits their mouth perfectly. These are also extra soft making them easy to eat which is especially important now that they're all older and missing a few teeth. While I haven't tasted these personally ;) I can say they smell tasty and I can see why these are my dogs number one reason to turn on the charm when it's "cookie time!!" in our house. I highly recommend these, and can guarantee your dogs will too!
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST, IF NOT "THE" BEST TASTY SOFT AND CHEWABLE DOG TREATS FOR OWNERS "AND DOG TRAINERS". THAT SAID, IT HAS A LASTING AFFECT ON OUR GOLDEN RETRIVER.HE' LL TAKE THE DRY MILK BONE BUT HE SEEMS TO PERFER THESE.CASE IN POINT, I CAN GET HIM TO DO MORE POSITIVE THINGS RATHER THAN TRY TO COAX HIM. SIMPLY, BREAKING IT APART IN 3 PIECES. IT HAS A LASTING AFFECT AND EFFECT. WHEN WE SAW HIM GO AND GET THE JAR, MORE THAN SEVERAL TIMES, AND SET IT DOWN IN FRONT OF US, WE KNEW THEN AND THERE WE HAD A WINNER!
My little Yorkie is so picky. She detests regular milk bones and will not touch them so I was taking a chance buying her this big jar of Milk Bone Soft & Chewy Bones. They came yesterday along with some other treats I bought for her and I decided to offer her one of these bones first. She gets excited when new treats come and was hoping, I think, for more Beggin' Strips but I wanted to change things up. Plus these are actually pretty healthy for her and not too high in calories. She is only eight pounds but the vet wants me to keep her at that weight to avoid issues later on. She is 3 years old now and healthy.I offered her one of these bones and, to my surprise, she took it immediately. But then she set it down and came back to me. That is because she knew I had the other unopened treats and probably was looking for more. When she saw that wasn't happening, she went and checked out the bone I gave her and she gobbled it up. Wow. I was shocked. But relieved because I would have had a lot of little bones that I would have had to give to my sister's dogs if Molly decided these weren't for her.The bones are small, the size of small regular milk bones, and don't have an offensive odor. They're a brown color and are chewy but not super soft by any means. Molly still has to chew for a while to get these to break down. She had a few of them today but I am going to have to cut back because she is starting to want more and more treats and less actual dog food (which I can't blame her for). I think I will limit these to one per day. They come in a great jar with a screw on/off lid so they'll stay fresh for quite a while. There are loads of them in the 25 ounce jar so these are a good value.Molly gives her seal of approval. I am going with 5 stars. The ingredients list of actually impressive although the usual colors and preservatives are in there. But these are fortified with many vitamins so they aren't empty snacks and beef is the first ingredient. I also checked and they are made in the USA. THAT's a relief. These are a great choice for even picky dogs. They aren't too hard nor are they so soft that they're gone in an instant (unless you have a really huge dog who gobbled down things). I think most dogs will enjoy these bones.
I have a small chihuahua who is aging & missing a few teeth, but she is active & loves sharing treats with her "sisters", who eat the crunchy milkbones. She loves these!! The canister keeps them fresh, & they are soft enough to be broken into smaller pieces for any size dog.They seem to be so tasty that her sisters, who are able to chew crunchy biscuits, would rather sneak a few of hers!If you love your pet, your pet will definitely love these!
My 4 pups love these soft biscuits. I am owned by 4 dogs, 2 are rescues (from PETSMART) and were at least 8 years old. They were abused and beaten. They only have 3 or 4 teeth and I have looking for a treat they could eat. This has done the trick ! All of them "thank" amazon for selling them and milk bone for making them. And thanks from me, now all are really getting a little special treat :)
These smell like steak. They are about two bites and soft so you can break them in half easily or quarters and use them as training bait. There is no greasy film on your hands either which is always a plus if you carry them in your pocket. I find our older dogs prefer these to some of the crunchy treats & cookies just because they are easier to chew. But be aware, these treats are made with corn, wheat and by products so if you have an allergy prone dog you might want to avoid them. And they are just plain old junk food, but really, who doesn't love junk food now and then? One nice thing is that the plastic jar is totally reusable and dishwasher safe for several months.
Filet Mignon for Henry though the days of filet mignon for Kenneth (my actual) have passed on by to a wayside.Who would deny their dog the finer things in life?I like Milk Bones - the snacks, the company, the timeless goodness of it all; and I've never known a dog to disagree. But THESE odiferous (nose-detectable from a great distance) apparently delicious soft chewy treats make my 100 lb Henry into a lathering desperate fool. They do. It's clear that he prefers these to all other and who am I to take exception to the discernment of such a fine and cultivated creature?Made in U.S.A. since 1908. One of the last great American company's products. (Betcha' didn't know that Milk Bones were the hard cracker included in the WW1 "K" ration didja? An even harder rectangular offshoot passed through all of the defense procurement testing to be deemed an edible and nutritious field ration for U.S troops. Even though millions of those troops took verbal exception to those findings they only proved again the adage that a happy soldier is a bitching soldier and being so loudly happy must means that they liked the product too). Every dog knows or should know by now the wonderfulness of Milk Bones, but THESE Milk Bones will be as the caramel topping to your dog's vanilla ice cream.
I love these treats for training! I have used them on my 3 year old boxer mix and am now using them for my 3 month old husky-lab. These treats apparently taste wonderfully to dogs (as soon as I open the container everyone is rapt with attention). I like them because they are soft and can be broken into very small pieces. This makes them great for training, as I can use one treat for up to 10 tricks (yes, you can break them into approximately 10 bite-size pieces, maybe even more for smaller dogs). I also use them when I need to give medicine to either of my dogs. You can easily break them in half, place one on top of the other, and conceal a pill in the "sandwich." Also, a bit of peanut butter in the middle helps keep everything together. I buy them on Amazon when there is a good price, but sometimes it's better at PetSmart.