Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost Freeze Dried Chicken Formula Treats, 4 oz. Package
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- 100% freeze dried raw ingredients including real chicken, turkey, carrots, and apples. Your dog will crave the great taste of freeze dried raw
- All natural. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
- Grain-free and gluten-free
- No corn, no wheat, no soy, no fillers
- A perfect reward or training treat
- Dogs love these treats!
- No refrigeration or freezing required
Treat your dog with the wholesome goodness they deserve with Instinct Raw Boost Treats. Healthy and delicious, each treat gives dogs what they crave – real all natural chicken, turkey, and pure raw ingredients. These freeze dried raw treats are the perfect way to provide the healthy benefits of raw while satisfying your dog’s senses with a delicious, great tasting treat they’ll absolutely love. Made in USA facilities
Nature’s Variety Freeze Dried Raw Boost Bites
Boost your Pet’s Nutrition
Your dog's instinctive nature is to eat more meat, poultry, or fish protein and less grain. Instinct Raw Boost Bites are grain-free and gluten-free – perfect for satisfying your dog's carnivorous cravings and nutritional needs. Feed instinctively to give your dog the nourishment and energy to enjoy life every day.
The Benefits of Raw in in the Convenience of Freeze Dried
The purest form of pet nutrition is a wholesome raw diet. Now you can treat your pet each day with the great taste and nutrition of raw with Instinct Raw Boost Bites! Raw Boost Bites are a pure and healthy treat made from minimally processed, freeze dried raw ingredients. Each delicious piece provides the benefits of raw in an energizing and highly palatable bite-sized treat.
A Satisfying Reward!
Did he sit? Break off a piece of a Raw Boost Bite and reward him. Did she make you feel better after a long day? Brighten hers with a Raw Boost Bite. The reason doesn’t matter but the treat does. Made in the USA, Instinct Raw Boost Bites are the perfect indulgence for your pet. Delicious and nutritious, Instinct Raw Boost Bites are treats worthy of your furry best friend.
Why Choose Nature’s Variety?
At Nature’s Variety, we’re passionate about giving you and your pet a long, healthy, and happy life together. As a leader in natural pet nutrition and the expert in Raw Frozen Diets for pets, our purpose is to help you transform your pet’s life through pure pet nutrition choices. Our wholesome foods are made in America’s Heartland with the highest standards of integrity and care because that’s what your pet deserves.
The real results that our customers experience every day are truly transformational – our foods have been credited with easing food allergies, helping with weight loss, improving skin and coat, and enticing picky eaters. These transformational results inspire us to spread the word about pure pet nutrition. Thanks for trusting Nature’s Variety to give your pet the purest nutrition for the best life possible.
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Top customer reviews
These freeze dried treats/"cookies" are circular discs measuring 1.5" in diameter (across) and 3/8" thick and I've received 18 treats per bag consistently regardless of flavor. Alone in the re-sealable sturdy plastic bag they neither crumble nor disintegrate which is fantastic for both longevity and durability in handling. As a bonus, the bag itself is also pleated on the bottom to allow it to stand up on it's own (on our mantle or even on the shelf) once unboxed. In the fanny pack style training bag I wear during outdoor walks they maintain their disc shape intact even during lots of activity. The discs were either a lucky happenstance or artfully engineered for the trainer/pet owner to simply snap or break a sliver or tiny chunk off the disc to reward the correct behavior. All I need is a smidgeon of the cookie which is both great for the dog in terms of treat weight control and also to keep their digestive health on a even keel which can often become unbalanced (read diarrhea/very soft stool) with too many cookies.
As an example, a standard training session is about 5 minutes as a refreshing throughout the day or 5 minutes alone with one of my three to teach a brand new behavior. I have not yet used an entire cookie to get through any single training session where all 3 of my dogs are present (Australian Shephard/Golden mix, GSD and Anatolian/Pyr mix). It may seem odd but dogs need only a tidbit fitting into the pinch between your index and thumb as a single reward.
Therefore, the high value of the cookie far outweighs the dollar value of the treat in my book. And I haven't seen any stomach or bowel unrest when given as such.
As a test, I've frequently left un-bagged treats out on a shelf overnight and found no difference in the consistency or smell (can't attest to taste but the dogs don't complain EVER!).
All-in-all an excellent "cookie" alternative for our household training sessions (both new and continuing/ongoing reinforcement).
On a final note, I even dump out the crumbs on the bottom of the bag (left when I break a cookie apart with my hand inside the bag) into kibble and get my non-food motivated Anatolian to snarf up his Origens dinner at night.
***I did cut and paste the original venison review into the Beef flavored to avoid the extra step of referencing that original review here and making anyone interested find that review to get the info***
I love that these treats can be broken into small pieces. You can dole out a bunch of rewards from one disc. I usually put one in my pocket when we go for walks so that I can reward good behavior.
This is a good quality treat with excellent ingredients. It's great to be able to give the boys a very nutritious treat that they love. I've bought both the lamb & beef varieties. The boys don't have a preference.
The only drawback is that I don't take these treats with me (like to the vets) because the smell is very strong. It doesn't smell bad, just very noticeable.
I feed my dog Instinct raw frozen food as her primary diet, so these are a nice compliment when she wants a treat.