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By: J-bird F.
Arthur Pet Products
Excellent Products! I had decided I'd start homemaking my dogs treats because I felt like you couldn't trust any of them anymore, well I stumbled upon this brand last night and was so happy. I've been so busy that I haven't have time to make the same boring treats I were making and felt badly that my furbaby didn't have any treats. First ingredient...Chicken!, than cane molasses, vinegar, and rosemary extract. Simple and my fur baby loves them! Thank you!
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By: Judie C.
The odor from all the many cats/kittens was soooo offensive!!! With all the litter sold there, not one person was able to make it smell better than it did. I talked to a mng, he said the help called in sick... I said, there was no one else to change the boxes.. really? Sooo disappointed. Also...they push the sale of a puppy guide I had to pay $19.99 one from Petco offering the same stuff and it was FREE!!! Really really disappointed.
By: tammy79
Arthur Pet Products
I live in North GA and found your dog treats at Walmart, however they never have them in stock. I think everyone has found them. My two dogs love them and I love that they are a USA product. Could you please let me know where else I can find your Jerky treats I have looked everywhere with no luck.Thank you
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By: Kathy N.
Arthur Pet Products
I also hunt for Made in America with American food treats. My dog loves Full Moon Dog Treats, and I wish I could buy them in bulk. Many dog treats have some seasoning, including garlic. A little cooked garlic powder doesn't hurt, but I wouldn't give him fresh garlic. I find these at Kroger and Target.
By: fufubutterduck
Arthur Pet Products
My dog just loved the full moon chickhen jerky. I have been looking for somewhere to get these other than Walmart but cant find them anywhere.
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By: pixiskd
Takes great care of my dogs and all their needs.
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