Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies Review

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Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies Review

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Primal Turkey Liver Munchies

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted. ~Tonya, Dexter and Nutter

Another good day of reviewing healthy dog treats for me. I have to say a big THANK YOU to all those kind manufacturers and companies for allowing me to have a taste of their delights. Today, a big thank you to Primal Pet Foods Inc. for sending me their Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies to try. You can also read my review of their Primal Pet Foods Freeze Dried-Chicken Formula here.

Freeze dried dog treats
Primal Freeze Dried Treats

When it comes to dog treats, Mom is very picky about what goes in our cookie jar. She insists that the dog treats are healthy, sourced in a safe country, and do not have artificial stuff in them. I think she’s a bit crazy, but do have to admit that whatever she gives me usually is quite tasty. So if it’s healthy AND tasty, I’m in!

Mom had this package of Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies in her closet for the week, and I just knew they were in there. I kept nudging the closet door, whimpering, but she just wouldn’t give in. She said, “it’s not time, Dexter” and made me move away. Finally, today she pulled out the bag of treats and smiled at me. Oh, I was excited, I knew what that smile meant!

My eyes were very big, and I could hardly contain myself as she slowly opened the bag of Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies. Once she unzipped the bag, the good smell filled the air. With usual Mom style, she had to take some dog photos first and make me “leave it” before I was able to gobble up my first munchie.

It was worth the wait. It tasted so good, surely one of my big hitters. One bite packed a lot of punch. Mom even said they had “high value” for dog training. There she goes again, thinking about me working. The munchies came in irregular pieces but are easily broken to small sized dog training bites. Not that I encourage you to do that, but you can if you need to. She also had them in her pocket for the day, and they did not crumble and turn to powder like some freeze dried dog training treats do.

Organic and Natural Dog Treats
Easily Broken For Dog Training Treats

So now let’s look at Primal Pet Foods Dog Treats and their stats. Primal Pet Foods Treats use only human-grade ingredients, no preservatives, gluten, or grain. All Primal Treats are produced using USDA meats, poultry and game raised in the United States and New Zealand without antibiotics or added hormones. No imported ingredients from China of any kind. All animals raised for the use of protein in Primal products are fed naturally on grass and/or a human-grade, vegetarian diet. The vendors that supply their proteins do not import any of their animal feed from countries outside of the United States. NICE JOB!

Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies Ingredients: Turkey Liver
Pros: 100% turkey liver and nothing else, tasty and healthy dog treat, ingredients sourced in the US or New Zealand, a variety of flavors/proteins to choose from, high value treat for dog training, did not crumble in pocket
Cons: Can’t really think of any.

Primal Pet Foods Turkey Liver Munchies is a big paws up!
Thank you so much, Primal Pet Foods Inc. for sending me these great treats.

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