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VetDogs® Dog Treats

Item # 49136
Currently out of stock
Give back to the men and women who served your country while giving your pup a chicken-y delicious snack. Naturally sourced linoleic acid added to each treat helps support healthy skin and coat. The purchase of VetDogs treats, made with real chicken as the main ingredient, contributes to America's VetDogs program, whose mission is to train and pair assistance dogs with veterans who've become blind, disabled, or otherwise wounded.

For more information regarding the veterans assistance program, please visit: http://vetdogs.com/

  • 10 oz (283 g)
  • New formula
  • Resealable bag for retained freshness
  • Ingredients: Chicken, chicken by-product meal, wheat flour, glycerin, propylene glycol, phosphoric acid, salt, and potassium sorbate, citric acid, BHA, and calcium propionate (preservatives).
  • Made in the U.S.A.

For bulk pricing on quantities of 25 or more, please contact our Customer Service department at customerservice@greatergood.com.

Customer Reviews

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- October 16, 2016
All of my dogs love this new treat, and I like the fact that buying them serves a dual purpose. I use them for special treats and, for one dog who has separation anxiety when I go out, I put some in a puzzle toy, along with a couple of other treats, to keep her busy and out of trouble.

- March 14, 2016
One of the only treats my dog will eat. He is super picky. Besides my daughter is a VET,

- September 18, 2012
Great product - for 2 graet causes! We can support our Vets AND the Animal Rescue Site donates 14 bowls of food. This is GREAT! Finding these treats for a lower price somewhere else doesn't donate food - some I am glad to purchase here.

- August 9, 2012
I cannot buy these because it is US shipping only. But these are meant as 'treats' to be given sparingly so any health issue should not be a problem. Also with the cost, you should be proud that you are helping veterans who are struggling to cope and a dog really helps. Read "Until Tuesday" and maybe you won't object to the cost.