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Wagg Training Treats

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Brand: Wagg Foods / Food Type: Dog Food

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      18.01.2014 15:13
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      Great little treats for us all.

      I have had to wait until the dog is asleep to write this review as these treats have been so successful she knows the moment I go near the packet!

      Trick or treat?

      Our dog Jess is from a rescue centre and is 95% Golden Retriever and 5% something else that has given her long, long eyelashes and whiskers on her face! At just over 25 kilos she is a big , strapping dog but is blessed with a very delicate tum.

      Because of this we do not buy her treats and our friends are very careful if they come with a little present for Jess to enjoy knowing that it might result in the midnight dash to the bushes.

      Wagg training treats arrived a Christmas through some kind friends and have had a very happy outcome for all, they have passed the tum test.

      What are they?

      Little tiny bone shaped treats which have been oven baked and are suitable for dogs over 8 weeks. They contain wheat , beef meal(14%) glycerine, poultry meal(4%) meal, fat, yoghurt, whey powder and minerals. They also contains vitamins A and E and have no added sugar.

      The tiny, crunchy, biscuits are not smelly unlike some treats and a couple of these will have Jess nearly turning cartwheels! They can even tempt her into her bath and that is pretty difficult.

      They come in a pack of 125g easy to rip open and stow in your pocket. A self sealing top might be an improvement but for around 1 pound in cost they are a safe treat for a wobbly tum.

      They should be stored in a cool dry place before opening and I double wrap them in a plastic bag once opened and hide them!

      As you can tell these get 5 out of 5 stars from us all.

      Available on line from amazon.co.uk for around 1 pound a pack and I see that there is also a chicken and cheese variety too.

      Thanks for reading my review, I also post on ciao under splishsplash.

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        06.06.2011 05:06

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        GReat for walking and training

        These treats are great for simple training or for walking. They are in a little bag which is water proof and fits nicely in your pocket.
        They are only about 70p a bag and so quite good value. There are different shapes and some light ones too, these are little bones and can be broken in two for smaller treats. They are nice and soft and smell quite meaty.
        The content of them is not that amaizing and is the normal "Cereals" but they seem to be better than the Bakers treats you can get which look more plastically and artifical than these. These actually seem like they have meat in them!

        The dogs seem to like them, they dont smell the air a great deal when the bag comes out so the aromour is not that strong but they are definitely interested in them. They take them eagerly and, as usual, the lab swallows without a thought. My Malinois is a better judge of what is nice or not and she spends more time smelling them and actually chewing them. She comes back for more and so I am guessing from that she likes them. I think the Lab is just happy to have something, anything will do.

        I like to have a few of these in the cupboard and buy lots when they are on offer. They are great to put in the rucksack for long hikes when you stop for lunch and the dog is looking for something too.

        These are great treats and I recommend them to everyone.

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        23.10.2009 19:09
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        Good value treat for dogs.

        What are they?
        They are small bone shaped treats, which come in 125g packets. In each packet they have 3 flavours, chicken, beef & lamb. Then there's the added yoghurt for healthy teeth & bones.
        Wagg claim that they are:
        · The Ideal Training Aid
        · Great for Training Puppies
        · No Artificial Colours or Flavours
        · No Added Sugar
        And they are Oven Baked For Great Taste

        What's in them?
        Wagg Training Treats contains Wheat, Beef Meal (min 4%), Poultry Meal (min 4%), Lamb Meal (min 4%), Fats, Yoghurt, Whey Powder, Vitamins & Minerals. With antioxidants and preserved with EC additives

        What do they cost?
        £0.89

        Where can I buy them?
        Supermarkets and Pet Stores


        My Experience?
        As the owner of a puppy I've found that some treats aren't suitable for them. When I saw these it clearly states on the packet that they are suitable from 8 weeks so I thought I'd give them a try, well not me personally, they were for Nemo.

        I was surprised how full the packet was with these little bones. Each bone is about 1cm long, 0.5cm deep. The consistency is almost like a cookie texture, lots of crumbly little bits, oven baked. The only problem with this is that I've found that they tend to break up in my pocket and leave a terrible mess. But for indoor training treats they are great.

        With all that aside Nemo seems to love them so I guess they must taste OK.

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