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Canine Greenies Pill Pockets Capsule, 7.9-Ounce

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  • Take the stress out of giving medications
  • Tuck the pill or capsule into the built in pocket and your dog gets medication along with a tasty flavored treat
  • Designed by veterinarians to be a nutritionally balanced treat
  • Enriched with vitamin C and E for boosting immune systems
  • The #1 vet-recommended choice for giving pills
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Canine Pill Pockets Beef Capsule, 7.9-Ounce + GREENIES PILL POCKETS Original Canine Treats - Chicken Flavor - Capsule Size - 7.9 oz. (224 g) - 30 Count
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Product Details

Flavor Name: Beef
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.8 x 8.5 inches ; 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000QSON4K
  • Item model number: 015PPB-20959C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (302 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,102 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Flavor Name: Beef

Product Description

Pill Pockets Beef 7.9 oz for Capsules




GREENIES PILL POCKETS Canine Treats are 100% all natural tasty treats with a built-in pouch - ideal for hiding a tablet capsule or liquid medication - so that most dogs don't even notice there's medicine inside. They're the #1 veterinarian-recommended choice for giving pills.*
   * Data on File, The Nutro Company 2012

GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats are nutritious and a healthier alternative to the commonly used human foods (cheese, tuna, etc.), as they contain fewer calories and less fat and sodium. They also contain antioxidant vitamins C and E to support a healthy immune system.

If you or your pet isn't 100% satisfied, you'll receive your money back. Guaranteed.

GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats mask the smell and taste of medicine to make sure your dog takes his medicine successfully, turning the experience more enjoyable for both you and your dog.

The pouch design of GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats hides your dog's medication to make sure the medicines are taken and your dog's health improves.


The idea is simple: if you put medication inside a treat your dog likes to eat, giving medicine becomes a lot easier. This healthy and delicious treat masks the taste or smell of medicine, making GREENIES PILL POCKETS treats a reliable stress-free experience - and it's a much healthier alternative than hiding medications inside human foods.


GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats were designed by veterinarians and are the #1 vet-recommended choice for giving pills. Your dog's health depends on making sure your veterinarian's recommendations are followed to avoid more serious health problems, long or extend illnesses, and unnecessary pain for your dog.


It's easy giving medicine when you have two tasty flavors to wrap it in. Pick your cat's favorite: chicken or salmon flavors.


GREENIES PILL POCKETS treats come in convenient sizes to match the size of medicine: a large size that fits most Capsules and a smaller size the fits most Tablets.


It's easy giving medicine when you have three tasty flavors to wrap it in. Pick your dog's favorite: Chicken, Peanut Butter, or Hickory Smoke.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Dogs LOVE them and gobble them up like a treat.
Julie A. Lane
They are much more affordable online than at the local pet specialty stores.
My dog loves these pill pockets, and they make it easy to give her medicine.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Sabin VINE VOICE on July 10, 2010
Flavor Name: Beef Verified Purchase
Rarely have I encountered a product that doesn't have at least ONE person who either thinks it's junk, or gives a (bogus) low review because the delivery guy accidentally dropped the package before leaving the item at the door.

As of this moment, 100% of the people reviewing the Greenies PILL POCKETS have given them a five-star rating, and I'm enthusiastically joining the crowd!

If you're a dog owner, you've almost certainly had to, at some point, give your dog a pill that he or she was reluctant to take. The usual remedy until now, (as suggested by our vet) was to simply shove the thing down the poor dog's throat, and then rub their neck to help the pill go down.

Recently, one of our dogs --a large yellow lab named Chip-- was suffering from untreatable throat cancer, but he still needed to take a number of pills to make his final days a little more comfortable. The vet specifically mentioned AVOIDING the "shove and rub" technique as it would be very painful for the dog --who at that point was even reluctant to eat his regular food.

Someone mentioned PILL POCKETS. We picked up a bag and lo and behold, they worked like a champ. Though Chip was still not really interested in eating a meal, the *very* meaty smell of the PILL POCKETS was irresistible to him, and he happily gobbled up his meds.

Sadly, we lost Chip about a week later, but then our other dog developed a minor skin rash that required he take some antibiotics. Eubie is a Border Collie, and they tend to figure things out before you do --and we were astounded when he wolfed down his medicine and then looked at us as if to ask "is that all --when do I get another?!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Justine A. Lee on August 26, 2010
Flavor Name: Beef
As a veterinarian, I've dispensed a lot of medications for both dogs and cats...that is, until I had to start medicating my own pets. I've became a lot more empathetic now that I've realized that I can barely pill my own cat (who runs away from me), and that my dog will not take pills in cheese or peanut butter. In fact, pilling my own pets has smartened me up on what meds pets really need. As a result, I've started prioritizing pills - in other words, I rank the order of importance of each prescription for pet owners, so they know which pills are an absolute MUST give, and which ones they can skip if they are getting desperately fed up with pilling.

Since then, my life has changed... thanks to Pill Pockets. I regret not inventing these, as it was one of those "duh" products that came out, making you wish you had the money-making patent. Whoever owns a dog that needs to be pilled chronically, pay heed. The Greenies Pill Pockets are awesome... that is, for dogs, at least.
My dog recently got put on a bunch of medications, and he's super picky (although less so, since getting put on steroids!). Being that he needs a total of 5 medications a day, I found Pill Pockets to be a true life saver, as they improve both my dog's and my quality of life. These little tasty, greasy, soft, malleable pockets are designed so that you can stick the pill (or multiple pills) in the center, and seal them into a hidden ball of "treat." It's like playing with palatable play-dough. Drop it in the food, and voila, it "makes pills a treat to give!"

The pros: Pill Pockets are easy, convenient, tasty, and come in multiple flavors (Dog: beef and chicken; Cat: salmon and chicken. It also comes in a hypoallergenic flavor - duck and pea - for both species with food allergies).
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By The Pen ...not the sword TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 12, 2012
Flavor Name: Beef
These work great for hiding pet medications. Just place the pill inside the pocket, squeeze to seal the edges, and then roll into a ball. I have four dogs, three of which will eat a loaded pill pocket with no problem, but for the fourth who tends to chew her treats thus discovering the pill inside, I simply place a loaded pill pocket inside a bowl of her favorite moist dog food and wait to see that she eats everything. This usually does the trick and she consumes the food along with the loaded pill pocket without noticing anything out of the ordinary.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION THAT YOU MIGHT FIND USEFUL: Because pill pockets are moldable, you can break the large size in half and cover most pills using only half of one, making the large size pill pockets the most economical.

To prevent transfer of medicine smell or taste, do not touch Pill Pockets treat with the hand that held the pill.

INGREDIENTS (BEEF FLAVORED PILL POCKETS): Chicken, Glycerin, Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil, Beef, Natural Flavors, Wheat Gluten, Dried Corn Syrup, Corn Flour, Caramel Color, Lecithin, Brewer's Dried Yeast, Salt, Potassium Sorbate (to Preserve Freshness), Methylcellulose, Ascorbic Acid (Source of Vitamin C), Mixed Tocopherols, and Vitamin E Supplement.

INGREDIENTS (CHICKEN FLAVORED PILL POCKETS): Chicken, glycerin, wheat flour, vegetable oil, dried corn syrup, wheat gluten, corn flour, natural flavors, lecithin, brewer's dried yeast, potassium sorbate (to preserve freshness), salt, methylcellulose, ascorbic acid (source of vitamin C), mixed tocopherols, vitamin E supplement.
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