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    joanne l
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    Has anyone used Zukes soft treats? If so are they good?

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    Brenda D
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    I’ve used Zuke’s soft treats for years. They were recommended by a trainer when learning agility as tasty and a relatively low calorie reward. I’ve yet to meet a dog that doesn’t love them.

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    Susan
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    Hi,
    I’d stay away from the soft treats that have Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin in them to bind & make soft..
    I looked all the Zukes treats ingredients & the “Crunchy Naturals 2s Baked”, “Crunchy Naturals 5s Baked” & “Crunchy Naturals 10s Baked” are better & Do NOT have the Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin in them..
    https://www.zukes.com/dog-treats/training/crunchy-naturals-10s-baked-with-berries?id=19&category=training
    Just read ingredients

    Have you looked at “Ziwi Peak” Air dried or Freezed dried dog food & use as treats??
    https://www.ziwipets.com/catalog/ziwi-peak-dog-nutrition/air-dried-dog-food

    or make your own jerky or baked treats in oven, it would be cheaper & you know what is in them.
    I buy the “K-9 Natural” Green Lipped Mussels, mussels are very healthy…
    also I give pieces of peeled apple (no seeds) watermelon, Almonds, only 3 almonds as to many can cause diarrhea but gee Almonds make coat beautiful & shiney same with the freeze dried mussles..Beautiful shiney coat…
    Look for healthy foods & use as treats..

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