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
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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 .
Minus 1 Star for the Price because I do feel some dog treats are overpriced. BJ's is now carrying the chicken balls but not the jerky. Petco has the smaller sized bags and the large bags.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These dog treats are made in china and are potentially poisonous. They should be avoided at all costs. My dog is too precious to me to even take the risk. Read morePublished on August 15, 2012 by TinkHerToy
My dog has never been the "eater" type, he always prefered long walks, other dogs, cats etc then sausage or what not.
Until these beef jerkeys! WOW, I even want to try one! Read more
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. Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by stephanie r.
My dog goes ga-ga over these treats. They smell wonderful and garlic-y. Since they are softer than real human beef jerky they can be easily chopped up into small bits that are... Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by Art Vandelay
As noted by others with (A) senior dogs and (B) "picky" dogs, my 12-year-old will just take a sniff and walk away from many "treats. Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by R. Jennings
My dogs love them, they are not too big. They only get 2 treats a day, so it is important that they like them.Published on October 30, 2011 by Jo