Bakers Sizzlers Reviews
Product Type: Bakers dog food
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Bakers Sizzlers Bacon
Last Update 22.05.2013 22:22
by - written on 04/01/09 (Very useful, 393 readings)
INTRODUCTION At this time of year my dogs are inundated with doggie treats and sweets, myself and my husband spoil them rotten but as a Christmas gift my little niece bought my two old English sheep dogs these Bakers sizzlers. Baker's sizzlers are not a treat that I would have bought for my dogs in the past as I have always opted for the denti stix, but ever since these sizzlers have been tried and tested I have been converted as the dogs really enjoy them and they seem to do the same job as the denti stix. PRODUCT The Bakers bacon sizzlers are produced by Nestle Purina pet foods this is a company that seems to have the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Today I am writing about my dog's favourite snack, the "Sizzlers" by Bakers! Shopper's appeal The first time I bought this about three years ago. I love buying treats for my dog - he is a long-haired chihuahua and it's so cute when he rips bigger snacks apart! He gets so exited when I am about to give him a snack - especially if it's a snack that smells really tasty. The "Sizzlers" caught my attention because they look like bacon strips. I love it when Muffin eats something that look like human food as it just looks so cute! I also thought bacon strips must be tasty for him - so I went ahead and bought them. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Having a very fussy eating Labrador can be really tricky at times; he loves his treats but it's very much trial and error on finding one he will actually like. My chocolate Labrador Josh is 8 and shall be 9 on the 14th March, he weighs in at 60kg and being told from the vets that his weight should be more around the 40kg mark. I needed to find a treat he could have which was low in fat, as I just couldn't stop giving Joshy treats, he's used to them and it wouldn't be fair (not to mention the sad faces I shall be getting off him!) Though that being said Josh doesn't look like an overweight lab in my eyes, but vets know best. Josh's normal treats ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Bakers Sizzlers Description: Brand: Bakers / Food Type: Dog Food / Tasty bacon and cheese flavour rashers. www.bakerscomplete.co.uk You can buy these dog treats from most supermarkets and pet stores. An 85g bag costs between £1.25 and £1.50 and they can sometimes be found on special offer. The treats come in a bright blue plastic bag with the Bakers logo and some pictures of the treats. The bag is resealable so the treats remain fresh, and this also helps to prevent the smell leaking out, which is great as they do smell quite strong. As soon as you open them, you will notice the strong and meaty smell, which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Bakers Sizzlers Description: Brand: Bakers / Food Type: Dog Food / Tasty bacon and cheese flavour rashers! The Bakers bacon sizzlers are produced by Nestle Purina pet foods. http://www.bakerscomplete.co.uk Available in 85g packs, these complementary dog food treats are a firm favourite with our dog. They smell revolting, which seem irresistible to her, and are fat free so you know that they are a treat which is okay to give her. The packets re-seal allowing you to keep them fresh and they are quite soft so okay for older dogs who may not like things too crunchy. Ingredients are as ... Read the complete review
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