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Bakers Happy Walks Dog Treats

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Brand: Bakers / Food Type: Dog Food

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      06.12.2009 21:52
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      Bakers Happy Walks Dog Treats

      Description: Brand: Bakers / Food Type: Dog Food



      These dog treats do not come in packaging like the photo above, in actual fact, they are housed in a white plastic tub with a flip top. The idea of this is that you can put the plastic case in a bag or pocket which keeps the treats fresh inside and also prevents your pockets or bag from smelling like dog treats! The plastic box has the label on the front with the Bakers logo on it.

      A 60g pack costs around £1.99 and once the treats are finished, you can purchase refill packets to put into the box, so it doesn't have to be thrown away which is a bonus.

      You can buy these treats from most supermarkets and pet stores.
      Inside the box, you will find cylinder shaped treats which are quite stinky (that strong meaty smell that we tend to associate with dog treats) so the fact that they are kept in the box is really good as they do smell very strong. On a positive note though, where my dog is concerned, the stinkier the better, so she gets excited about these as soon as they come out of the packet!

      The pack tells us that you can feed your dog up to 10 of these a day, but of course, these are a treat and should never be used as a meal replacement. Ensure that your dog has plenty of fresh water available at all times also.

      Ingredients are as follows;

      Cereals, meat and animal derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, various sugars, oils and fats, minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin. With antioxidants, coloured with and preserved with EC additives

      My dog loves these and because they are so handy, I can leave a box in my pocket for when we go for walks. The fact that you can refill the box is great as it cuts down on packaging too.

      If you haven't tried these before and want to give your canine friend a treat then I recommend that you buy a box of these, if tail wagging and bouncing are any indication, they are a hit with dogs!

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        23.10.2009 17:28
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        My 2 year old setter is still a work in progress as far as training goes. We have done the rounds of puppy and dog training and have the certificates to prove it! However he is still not reliable at coming back when called. Having a tasty treat in my pocket certainly helps to persuade him to return to me, his so called pack leader! In Tesco recently I spotted a plastic container of Bakers happy walks on sale. As they were on offer for under £1 I decided to buy a box.
        Bakers happy walks come in a white plastic flip top container. They are the perfect size to fit in a pocket. On pulling back the foil seal I was struck by the very strong smell! It wasn't unpleasant just a very powerful meaty smell, the kind my dog loves! Each treat looks like a very small roll about the size of a cigarette stub. Inside the roll is a darker layer of meat. The information on the box says that the treats are made with 85% meat of which a minimum is 14% chicken. The treats also contain cereal and various vegetables. Unfortunately they also contain colours and preservatives.

        My dog is very fond of these small treats and it does persuade him to come back when he is called- well most of the time anyway! He is a big dog and the information of the pack suggests he can have up to 10 pieces per day of these treats. I don't feed him that many as 1 or 2 are enough to keep him happy.
        I really like the packaging for these treats as having smelly doggie treats in my pocket is not ideal! Keeping them contained in a easy to use plastic box is brilliant! The shape of the box is fairly slim so it will slip easily into my coat pocket. The box contains 60 grams of treats and has lasted me for about 3 weeks using them every day.

        Overall I recommend these nifty little treats, especially if you can get them of offer!
        Please note the picture at the top is incorrect!

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