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I think these are gluten free??  They are Pup-Peroni dog treats.  She eats Wellness Grain free that is gluten free so I'm good there.

 

Meat By-Products, Soy Grits, Sugar, Liver, Beef, Propylene Glycol, Salt, Garlic Powder, Caramel Color, Natural Smoke Flavor, Potassium Sorbate (Used as a Preservative), Sodium Nitrite (for Color Retention), Red 40, BHA (Used as a Preservative), Onion Extract.

 

Obviously I don't eat them but I do give them to her.

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Sounds gluten free.

A low fat, low cal training treat are things like Rice Chex or little pieces of plain chicken. And kids like to give them to dogs and can eat them, too!

I don't worry too much about the occasional dog biscuit. My dog gets 1 every night at bedtime. A left- over from a training thing with a dog from 25 years ago. Needed the treat to get her upstairs the first night and its stuck with every dog since.

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Our kids are all adults now.  She gets small, pea sized pieces of one of those sticks when she comes in from doing her business.  Probably adds up to 1/2 stick a day, maybe :D.  She's maintained her same weight for 8 years. She self-regulates food too.  She's 9.

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Just check to see if they are made in China.   http://www.techtimes.com/articles/7411/20140523/petco-petsmart-move-to-ban-dog-treats-made-in-china-heres-why.htm

 

My girlfriend almost lost her beloved dig after she was feeding him dog food from China.  She sent a list of all dog foods and treats that were mfg. in China.  I believe pupperoni was on it, but Im not sure.   She advised that if you had anything on that list, you throw it out.

 

I imagine a cat would be more susceptible than a dog...

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I thought maybe it was that puppy in he picture. But I know people will google and find this in the years to come. :)

 

That is her.  She's small so she still looks like a puppy, 12 lbs.

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