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Every single time I gave my dog one of these she would throw up within 10 minutes! I thought it was a coincidence, but after the fourth time I suspected it was the treats. So I checked the ingredients. They have garlic and onion in them, both of which are bad for dogs! So I'm throwing them away. I'm disappointed that any company making dog food or treats would use these ingredients, and even more disappointed in the spokesperson!
My dogs liked these and I just lost both of them to hemangiosarcoma within 2 weeks of each other, aged 8 and 9. Do not know if I can pin that on these but reading about the ingredients and trouble they have caused others, I am suspicious. They say "made in USA" but where is their meat sourced? China? Also the product contains onion extract which is toxic to dogs, I just tossed an unopened bag in the trash. Out of caution look elsewhere for SOURCED and made with USA duck,chicken etc
The dog loves these but since last time when he got extremely sick and there was a recall shortly after, i will not continue to give these to my dog. I can't say that his illness was 100% from the treat but I am not willing to risk it either and has been fine since.
The “Milos Chicken Jerky Recipe” that I’ve been getting smell like garlic...very overwhelmingly strong. I looked at the ingredients and they do contain garlic AND ONION EXTRACT, which is NOT SAFE for dogs! The ingredients on my package do not match the ingredients in their description and on the photo of their package shown in this listing. My dogs love them, but I’m going to cancel my auto ship subscription because not only do they contain garlic (a questionable ingredient for dogs), but onion can be deadly! I’m pretty upset right now since I just spent over $500 at the vet because my dog was pooping red blood from gastrointestinal distress. We couldn’t figure out what it was and now I’m wondering if it was from these treats! They’ve been eating them for a long time and we never had a problem. I’m wondering if they changed the ingredients on this last package. Are they trying to kill dogs now? Wth!
I got these because my dog is on multiple medications (has a heart condition), and shoving 6-8 pill pieces down her throat several times every day was stressful for both of us! I break off a piece of meatball, smash it into a rough circle between finger and thumb, place the pill on the circle, then bring up the edges to make a ball around the pill. Then I roll them a couple of ft across the floor and she tracks them with her nose, pounces on them, and devours her "kill". Makes the pill giving fun for both of us, and no stress on her heart. The local super market doesn't always have them in stock, so Amazon having them available makes it easy to take care of my dog.
BE AWARE OF WHAT YOU'RE BUYING. This company has a history of lying and deceit. The whole Chinese chicken is described here, but let me take it a step further. These folks make treats that are very similar but VERY different. They make a Chicken Jerky that is 100% pure USA chicken and nothing else - a great treat. But they also make a Chicken Jerky Strip (which I mistakenly bought) that is a different product - at a glance it looks the same, but on closer inspection it's soft, smells bad and has lots of glycerin and sugar (2 of first three ingredients!). Your vet will tell you that you should NEVER give your dog processed sugar, and glycerin is also a bad idea. If you must buy Milo's (and you likely shouldn't) CHECK THE LABEL - READ THE INGREDIENTS. IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE (LIKE I DID) THROW IT AWAY, AS I DID.
We've purchased Milo's Kitchen products before, and my dog loved them. This time, the "chicken" was tough, dried out and I haven't been able to get her to eat them. I guess I should mention the other products were their "meatballs" and not these "grillers". My dog enjoyed a similar product by another company, but they stopped making the treats. These were not a suitable replacement.
This was a waste of money, but after reading the ingredients, I guess it's good she doesn't and didn't care for these.
I will be seeking other treats for her, so, if you have any suggestions on meaty, chewy treats, let me know.
Milo's Kitchen Duck Jerky Recipe Dog Treats are soft and chewy strips that smell like real food. One treat is plenty for my Yorkie and she likes them a lot. I waited a long time to get these but I am glad I didn't cancel my order because my dog likes these and there are a lot of them in the bag making them a good value. The first ingredients are duck and turkey and these are made in the USA, a huge plus. However, I am not sure where the actual meat they get comes from. These contain trace amounts of garlic and onion extract which can be harmful for dogs but in large quantities. Many treats I buy my dog have trace amounts of these ingredients and I have had no issues with them. Still, why put that stuff in there when it isn't needed? I wish they would remove it out of an abundance of caution.
Having said that, my dog loves the treats and I will give them to her sparingly to enjoy. These are better than many treats I have purchased as far as ingredients go and they are fresh and chewy. My dog is picky so I am happy she enjoys these and I am glad she has no issues with the ingredients
I had a friend recommend these to me as her dog loves them. Very disappointed to find that these products contain both onion & garlic which are deemed poisonous to dogs. My main question is if these companies are aware of what is harmful to dogs yet put them in their products anyway, what is their main goal? MONEY!! Of course onion & garlic create and give more of an aroma and taste to these treats which is more appealing to our dogs which results in owners re-purchasing. Dog parents please do your research and check ingredients, garlic & onion can cause health issues in small quantities I can only imagine the long term effect. A lot of the highly recommended and favorite commercial dog food and treats contain harmful ingredients and I am disappointed to find out Milo’s kitchen was one as well. Harmful ingredients over time harm your dog in many ways!!! Possibly reducing their lifespan! Forget aroma and flavor if it is putting my dog’s health at risk. I have a teacup yorkie 4lbs 11 years old!
Omg! Lesson learned, read the ingredients!!! This has onion extract, which is bad for dogs.
I usually buy dog treats in stores or I make my own. In the past, I dehydrated veggies, fruits or meats but it was time consuming that I ended up buying treats.
I didn’t have time to stop by our local pet store so I went here and searched for ‘USA-made only dog treats’ and this product popped up. I was surprised that it was discounted because for this size, the bag usually cost a little over $15. I thought they had surplus so maybe they cut off the price to sell the product quickly.
It is 6:20am in Vegas and I literally just found out that this has onion extract. I wanted to start my day early since it’s Friday and all, so I was prepping my dog’s breakfast when I just glanced over the bad and nonchalantly started reading the package.
And there it was... onion extract. The last ingredient listed. I googled it and true enough there was an FDA warning. Ugh
I got this treat because my dog loves Milo’s Kitchen and it was made in USA.
Fortunately, I bought another treats but different brand so we’re good.
Throw this out and save your $6
I’m running late now but I don’t care. People need to know.