Pedigree Cheesy Bites Reviews
Product Type: Pedigree dog food
Description:Manufacturer: Pedigree / Type: Dog Food
Newest Review: ... bites while browsing the pet food aisle in the supermarket, and thought they looked quite good. Firstly, they are made by ... more
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Pedigree Cheesy Bites 70g Cheese & Meat
Last Update 19.12.2013 16:11
Cheesy Bites 24Pack - 70G- Dog Treats
Pedigree├┬« Cheesy Bites are really tasty treats your dog will lo ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 16:05
by daisylee3 - written on 07/04/12
Cheesy Bites These treats from Pedigree are a long-term favourite amongst my dogs and they're a really handy size for training. The treats are described as a 'tasty treat your dog will love'. The treats are cheese and meat flavoured which is the perfect combination as all of my dogs are cheese mad, and i'm sure almost every dog in existence loves meat! Pedigree state that the treats are 'ideal for training or simply to show just how much you care.' The treats have been developed with nutritionists & vets and are suitable for dogs and puppies over 3 kilograms. The list of ingredients is quite brief compared to a lot of cheaper brands of dog treats, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
It is very rarely that our dogs both enjoy the same treats but these cheesy bites from Pedigree are a true winner with our two. We have a Pomeranian dog and a poodle puppy and the information on the reverse of the pack tells us clearly how many treats are allowed by the dog according to its weight. Pom is allowed up to 50 of these in a day whilst Pepper, being more lightweight, is allowed 16 of them. Given their own way they would eat a whole bag a day each because they love them so much. hubby paid 79p for 70g and they come in a pack as shown in the Dooyoo picture. Caution - do not rip open like I did as they will all end up all over the floor. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Having two chihuahuas can be very demanding at times. Especially when those two chihuahuas are very fond of treats, and not very fond of their Mummy leaving the house. Luckily for them, their Mummy is as soft as cotton wool and likes to give them treats and rewards for good behaviour, or upon her return to the house (if they haven't shredded a full box of tissues, or gone wee-wee on the livingroom carpet). There are so many different treats out there on the market that it's difficult to find one that really suits your purpose, however these 'Pedigree Cheesy Bites' work an absolute treat (excuse the pun) when it comes to rewarding and training my pups. So what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have a Chihuahua who is a little dot of a thing weighing about 2 kilos. I feed him mainly a diet of dry food from Royal Canin designed especially for smaller breeds, which he enjoys, but he also does like little treats to supplement his diet and they prove very handy in motivating him to learn new behaviours and discard unwanted ones. I am careful what food and treats I give him as I know the breed are prone to gum problems and he has already had a problem where his baby teeth didn't come out till long after they would in larger breeds. I am also concious that because he is so small, it does not take much snacking before the breed can put on weight, which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I am currently taking my puppy Sawyer to Puppy School so the 2 of us can be humiliated in front of the other dogs and their owners, and needed to get some treats to bring, as it is reward-based training. A lot of dog treats do seem to say on the back that they are not to be given to puppies younger than 6 months old. I don't like to take any chances with Sawyer and feed him things he shouldn't be getting at 15 weeks, so I was pleased to see that the back of the pack had no such warning. These come in a small plastic bag that is bright yellow like all Pedigree products. The back of the pack also gives advice on how many of these you can feed your dog per day; ... Read the complete review
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