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    Zach M
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    Anyone heard of vital essentials? Any experiences? I want to try their beef nibs as treats for Ginger.

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    pugmomsandy
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    I’ve been using the freeze dried niblets for at least a year and haven’t had any issues with it.

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    Cyndi
    Member

    I use the freeze dried niblets as treats and I believe there are a few others on here that use them as treats as well! My Bailey loves them!

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    InkedMarie
    Member

    I bought a bag of patties for my Ginger but have yet to open the bag. Guess I should put it in the inside freezér.

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    DogFoodie
    Member

    Hi Zach,

    I use their freeze dried tripe nibblets as treats also. My dogs love ’em. The only thing about them that bugs me is the waste in the bottom of the bag.

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    Zach M
    Member

    Looks like they are pretty good. I will give them a try. You don’t have to hydrate the treats do you?

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    theBCnut
    Member

    They are my go to training treats. They travel well and don’t leave crumbs everywhere and they are a great size for my dogs. We use the beef, tripe and turkey flavors. I love that, as long as I stay away from the chicken ones, I don’t have to worry about my food allergy dog, because the ingredient list is soooooo simple.

    No, you don’t have to rehydrate them.

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    Zach M
    Member

    Thanks. Anyone know the calorie content per treat in the beef freeze died niblets entrée? I’m using entrée because it is balanced. Also, how many come in a bag? Lastly, can I take them in a zip lock bag on runs? Sorry for all the questions

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    Zach M
    Member

    Anyone there?

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    theBCnut
    Member

    I don’t know about the calorie count, or how many come in a bag, but yes, you can take some in a ziplock on runs. I take them all over the place that way.

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    Zach M
    Member

    Thanks for the start! I plan on taking them on our jogs up to the park.

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