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Milo's Kitchen Beef Jerky Dog Treats


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  • Made with high quality ingredients
  • Chewy texture
  • No artificial flavors, colors or added fillers
  • Real beef is the number one ingredient

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B0052DH4QS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,855 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Milo's Kitchen Beef Jerky Dog TreatsIt's easy to see that each piece of Milo's Kitchen Jerky is made with real, honest ingredients. Just ask your dog. Of course, with that satisfyingly chewy texture and mouthwatering aroma, he might have his mouth full. Our home-style dog jerky treats are made without artificial colors, flavors and fillers. Our jerky dog treats are 100% real with high quality ingredients because in our kitchen, our dogs deserve only the best and we believe they deserve treats made with the same quality of ingredients and care that you want with your food.

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So Beef Jerky it is!!
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Made in China and could make your dog sick.
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My dog Mac absolutely loves these treats.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chandler #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 11, 2011
I spent 5 years studying canine nutrition and it's because of hype marketing such as this that dogs have such increased health issues. This is created for profit rather than for pets.

Why do I say this?

On the label it says "100% Real" Note that it doesn't say real WHAT. So then you see "No artificial flavors or colors" and you think you are giving your dog real beef, right? Nope.

Turn the package over and look more closely. Yes, it has beef but guess what the second and third ingredients are? SALT and SUGAR. After that we have smoke flavor, potassium sorbate (an artificial preservative...note it said there were no artificial flavors or colors. It did NOT say no artificial ingredients and it did not say all natural.) then Caramel Sodium Erythurbate, then Sodium Nitrate, (Sodium nitrate, a chemical preservative) forms nitrosamines - carcinogens known to cause DNA damage and increased cellular degeneration. Studies have shown a link between increased levels of nitrates and increased deaths from certain diseases including Alzheimer's, diabetes mellitus and Parkinson's in humans, possibly through the damaging effect of nitrosamines on DNA.Nitrosamines, formed in cured meats containing sodium nitrate and nitrite, have been linked to gastric cancer and oesophageal cancer.Sodium nitrate and nitrite are associated with a higher risk of colorectal cancer.World Cancer Research Fund UK,states that one of the reasons that processed meat increases the risk of colon cancer is its content of nitrate. A small amount of the nitrate added to meat as a preservative breaks down into nitrite, in addition to any nitrite that may also be added. The nitrite then reacts with protein-rich foods (such as meat) to produce N-nitroso compounds (NOCs). Some types of NOCs are known to cause cancer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Freeman on December 2, 2012
Made in China and could make your dog sick. Isn't your dog worth another dollar or two for something made here?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Spudman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 12, 2011
In the world of dog treats the Milo's Beef Jerkey is one of the better ones. They are made of beef with some flavorings added. No fillers. No artificial colors. No artificial flavors. This is actually real food for your dog. Our two dogs can't get enough of the tasty Milo treats. Although called jerkey, the treats are soft enough to break apart with your hands.

Sitting on the table at which I'm working is a bag of snacks with a picture of a famous, perky TV personality on the package. The first ingredients listed are: wheat flour, glycerin, beef, and of course olive oil. This second bag of treats isn't bad as far as mainstream dog snacks go, and there are more treats in the bag for the same money.

Comparing ingredients, the Milo's wins this contest .
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Edward R. on January 8, 2012
The only reason why my dog ate this is because it was a present from a friend. I gave him a little piece and he threw up all of his food after 2 hours he had the treat. This is the first time this happens, that's why I decided to do a little research. Like other reviewer mentioned any kind of onion product is really bad for dogs, also sugar, salt, BHA. THE FACT THAT YOUR DOG LOVES IT AND THAT IT'S CHEAP doesn't mean it's any good; just google the name of the company and some of its products especially chicken jerky and you'll see what kind of garbage they produce.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zeus on January 29, 2013
The Milo chicken product is made in China and after eating a few, my beautiful dog Zeus became extremely sick, vomiting, diarrhea. He had been poisoned, and this was the only thing in his stomach. I took him to an emergency vet that night (>$600) and later my regular vet. We kept him on various meds for MONTHS. His illness cost me well over $1,000, but beyond that, it was not worth harming my beautiful dog's health. He has visibly aged since this illness and is now on sensitive stomach food and will be the rest of his life. It was ARSENIC POISONING - by this product - BE CAREFUL what you buy! According to several vendors, they do not remove the product at customer recommendations, only when there is a recall, so you'll see the chicken Milo product everywhere...what a shame.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Linda on August 31, 2011
My dog is so picky about dogfood or even treats. However, she loves these Milo's Kitchen Beef Jerky Treats. I am sure she would be happy to just live on them and forget the dogfood. She is a very small dog and the fact that these treats are smaller and softer is good for her. She just can't crunch on large hard treats. Milo's has our 5 star vote.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By stephanie r. on March 3, 2012
My dog, like all dogs, will eat anything. But my pooch would NOT eat this crap. Smart boy he is. It has onions in it which is toxic to canines. And plus it has this rubbery texture and doesn't seem like. Real "beef" at all. Waste of money I tell you.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Antos on June 24, 2011
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My dog Mac absolutely loves these treats. He will paw at the bag when he wants a treat. They are soft which is good because he is a senior dog.
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