What is Grizzly Salmon Fillet Treats?
Grizzly Salmon Fillet Treats are 100% pure dehydrated wild salmon fillet pieces that dogs and cats love. These all-natural treats have only one ingredient and no additives, so you can be sure you're giving your pet a natural, healthy treat! Wild salmon is an excellent source of Omega-3's and protein. The contents of one package is equivalent to a full pound of wild salmon pre-dehydration. Just break each fillet into any bite-sized piece and offer your pet a tasty snack any time. The resealable bag seals in the great flavor and the texture provides the chewing enjoyment pets crave.
Dogs and Cats
- 100% wild salmon fillet pieces
- Easy to break into bite-sized pieces
- all-natural and nutritious
- Good source of Omega-3's
- Resealable package
- Made in the USA
How it Works:
Grizzly Salmon Fillet Treats are made of 100% pure dehydrated wild Alaskan salmon with the taste and aroma cats and dogs love. Break into pieces appropriately sized for your pet. Wild salmon is rich in Omega-3's and protein, making it easy to provide your pet with a nutritious treat anytime.
- Remove a Grizzly Salmon Fillet from the bag and offer to your pet as a treat.
- Break into pieces appropriately sized for your pet if necessary.
Reseal the package completely to lock in flavor and aroma.
Break off a piece appropriately sized for your cat to chew easily.
Break off a piece appropriately sized for your dog to chew easily.
Grizzly Salmon Fillet Treats
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Grizzly Salmon Fillet Treats is rated
Rated 1 out of
Salmon Fillet Treats - Very disappointed
These were hard as a rock and impossible to break up for a cat to eat. I even tried putting them in the microwave to soften. I think they either were stale or unsuitable for cats. Very disappointed as they were 'pricey'.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 1 out of
Bag of salmon crumbs is all it is. Don't waste your money on it. The picture looks like decent strips of salmon, but it isn't. My dog could barely see the treat it was so microscopic.
Date published: 2015-11-16