Why B.B.Q. Chicken Biscuits?
When it comes to treats the biggest recommendation is always making your own jery treats using an oven or dehydrator that is the safest and healthiest option (I have a video of me doing this for Echo coming out soon so stay tuned). Another great option is fresh vegetables and fruits like carrots and apples if your not sure what you can feed your Belgian Malinois I would recommend checking out this article, Top Fruits and Vegetables to Feed Your Dog. But if making your own treats isn’t an option or you’re looking for something a bit easier and faster then I recommend you follow these guidelines. Make sure to get all-natural, no preservatives or additives, and no matter what made in the USA, North America, or European countries. I have added some recommend options on this site. While I have not had or given Echo all of these I have done the research on each product.
Our stand up resealable zipper top pouches with holes for hanging. A great value, now cheaper than before, but with all the same great shelf presence.
These tasty B.B.Q. chicken treats are definitely pawlickin’ good. And a great high protein, low-fat option.
Bag Size: 6.5 oz. (treat size 1.25″ – 1.75″)
Average of 45 treats per bag.
Ingredients: oat flour, rice flour, chicken, tomato paste, molasses, and eggs.
Guaranteed Analysis: crude protein (min.) 13%, crude fat (min.) 8%, crude fiber (max.) 7%, moisture (max.) 10%
We only use cage-free eggs and free-range meats in our treats.