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Everlasting Treat Chicken


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  • Everlasting Treats can be used alone or with the StarMark Everlasting Treat's ball
  • StarMark creates innovative toys and training products that reflect the way dogs learn and have fun
  • StarMark's pet products division brings you the benefit of their vast experience working with thousands of dogs and their owners
  • Chicken flavored
  • Two treats per pack

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Product Details

Size: Large, 2-Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 1 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002X8HB4
  • Item model number: 873199000027
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (320 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: Large, 2-Pack

Made with specially formulated ingredients that are completely edible and digestible, Everlasting Treats are bursting with flavor providing long-lasting chewing enjoyment for your dog. Their unique shape and raised dental ridges safely scrub your dog's teeth for a brighter smile. Insert healthy treats into the Everlasting Treat Ball for hours of fun and interactive play. Available in chicken, liver, vanilla mint and barbeque. Comes in small or large 2-packs.


Important Information

Ingredients
Wheat gluten, gelatin, water, glycerine, natural chicken flavoring, corn gluten meal, garlic powder, brewer's dried yeast, lecithin, sodium diacetate, carrageenan, titanium dioxide

Directions
Use as a special treat, or inside the Everlasting Treat Ball, Bento Ball, or Fire Plug

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Customer Reviews

Dog loves these treats!
Sanah Krech
They are hard to put into the holder but my dog seems to get the whole thing out easily and chews it instead of licks.
Jayne Vink
I love the Everlasting Treat Ball and these chew treats last a long time for my dog!
KelseyO89

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By F. Barrancos on February 27, 2008
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack
I have a yellow lab that destroyed the kitchen furniture when he was teething, but he is 3 years old now, and he prefers shoes. He doesn't chew on furniture anymore, but good size rawhide bones only last an hour on his paws, which is longer than these treats but not so healthy for him. He found that instead of trying to chew these hard treats out of the rubber ball, he can get them out rather easily by dropping the ball to the kitchen floor, over and over again, until they come out. Once the treats are loose (5-10 minutes later) they break easily in his powerful jaws. Note: The treats don't come out so easily when he drops the ball on the carpet, but he knows that.
The treats keep him entertained for half an hour, maybe longer using one treat on each side of the ball. Not perfect, but I haven't found anything better. I would have given it 5 stars if the ball had a tighter grip to hold the treats for a little longer. My dog loves the taste, and seem healthier than rawhide, but I haven't really found anything edible he doesn't like.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Kathryn B. Krieger on March 8, 2007
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack
This flavor and the Barbecue seem to be my dog's favorite, although he does love the liver flavored one as well. Of all the flavored cookie inserts I have tried, there has never been one that he doesn't like. I usually put one flavor in one side of the Everlasting Treat Ball and another flavor in the opposite end. These treats are hard and durable, allowing the dog to scrape off small portions of the cookie at a time. It usually takes my dog a week of constant, daily chewing just to get through one cookie insert. These cookies are the BEST!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Susan L. on November 17, 2010
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack
After I gave my dog this treat, she had diarrhea for 2 days!. What a mess! She won't be getting this again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. K. Miller on March 14, 2012
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack
I picked up several bento balls and large treat balls with these treats. I have a: one year old half Timber Wolf, half German Shepherd; seven year old retired bomb detection German Shepherd, 11 month old Lab/terrier mix, and 8 month old Smooth Collie. The treats were out of the balls within minutes and demolished in under 30 minutes. I had put several smaller treats into the ball as well, so after they finished the larger treats, they managed to be entertained by trying to get the small treats out. There hasn't been much that the pack hasn't been able to figure out.

We regularly give them fresh deer bones as treats. The wolf will strip the meat while the shepherd will eat the bones, so I didn't expect these treats to be a true challenge for their jaw pressure and mental abilities. I will continue to get them and try other various tricks out. Some include putting the disc in upside down and adding peanut butter or other purees into the balls. The treats may not last long, but the balls will allow for some creative training.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Wild West on December 29, 2011
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack Verified Purchase
This is one of the quite typical case of misleading descriptions and claims. This so called "everlasting" and "large" treat did not last for even an hour after I gave it to my dog. It is a dinky little thing. Totally not worth your money.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on August 26, 2013
Size Name: Large, 2-Pack Verified Purchase
I've tried this product in another flavor once before and it was o.k. Our dog likes them but aside from the fact it takes him less than 15 min to get out, this second package we have opened has made him extremely sick. Last time/different package he had loose stools which is not highly unusual for a product of this quality, but he never got sick. All day, our dog has been throwing up and after the 6th time, we finally had to call the vet and are headed to take him in now. I came online curious if others are reporting the same and it appears other dogs have been sick from this product as well.

Would not recommend. Not worth it to the health of your dog or your emergency vet bill costs if you wind up in this category.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James on August 26, 2009
These treats are good fun for my dog for about 30 min. He loves them but it takes about 30 seconds for him to remove the treat from the holder and maybe 15 to 30 minutes to eat the treat. They are good, I just wish they lasted longer.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Rice on May 22, 2012
Size Name: Medium
After reading some of these reviews, I thought I'd comment on how I use this. I have a smallish (about 22 lbs) mixed breed dog who is a strong chewer. I started using a medium sized treat ball and everlasting treats when he was about 10 months old, right after I rescued him. I use this only with the treat ball -- I would never give him a whole treat and let him eat it in one session. I put some kibble or some small treats in the ball, with the everlasting treat only on one side. The kibble comes out fairly easily, but slowly enough so he still has to work for it and so he still has fun. The treats are a little larger and don't come out so easily. He's learned that chewing on the treat, pressing down on the ball, enable the treats to dispense. Once the kibble or treats are gone, he chews and licks the everlasting treat. Eventually, after several weeks, he manages to consume enough so there is a hold in the center of the treat, and at that point I usually take the everlasting treat out, break it in half, and let him have it, one half at a time.

It used to be that he would chew and lick the treat until he got bored, but he has now learned how to get the treat out. I've never actually seen him do this, so I don't know exactly how he does it, but I now take it away from him after I've decided he's had enough.

A couple of notes: I think the smaller treat ball was recommended for a dog his size, but I got the medium because he's such a strong chewer. I'm glad I did, as the smaller ball wouldn't have lasted long. I do think this is an excellent toy/treat when used the way I use it. The treat isn't particularly nutritious, but if it's consumed over a period of weeks, it shouldn't be too harmful. Also, when it's filled with kibble, the dog is working for his food and, if you're having problems with your dog eating too fast, this will slow him or her down.
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