Etta Says Sit! Cheese Training Dog Treats


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  • Etta Says Sit! Cheese Training Dog Treats are a bite-sized made from real meat sourced in the USA. These single protein treats perfect training or overweight pups.

    Like all Etta Says! products, this treat is:

    Made with 100% natural ingredients
    High-protein, non-allergenic, and easily digestible
    Free of meat by-products, fillers, or artificial flavors and preservatives

    The literal translation for Etta is "Head of the Household". They believe that most dogs are the head of the household and therefore deserve the highest quality, best tasting treats. Thus, their products are made with 100% all-natural ingredients from verified farms across the USA.

  • Rice Flour, Oat Flour, Cheddar Cheese, Flaxseed, Coconut Glycerin, Brown Rice Syrup, Cheddar Cheese Flavor, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid

  • Crude Protein 4.5% min
    Crude Fat 4.75% min
    Crude Fiber 3% max
    Moisture 20% max
    Calorie Content 3 kcal per treat

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Leighann H.
United States United States

Good for XL Dogs

Try not to let the two stars throw you! I'm a professional dog trainer and I tend to work with puppies or large adult dogs (50-75lbs). Almost every kind of treat I buy has to be cut down to size and these were no different. Unfortunately, they still didn't work great for what I need. They are particularly hard. Too hard for puppies to eat fast enough and too hard for me to break by hand if I decide I need something smaller on the fly. On the plus side, because they are so hard, I expect they hold their shape very well (versus crumbling to pieces)! Although they could work for my larger dogs if cut in half, cutting small-ish treats like this in half is a bit tedious. If I worked with more 100+lb dogs that could easily take the treat whole, they might be part of my rotation.