Monday, May 25, 2015

Brave Beagle 100% Chicken Liver Gourmet Dog Treats Review

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I recently read an article online about there being traces of anti-freeze in Canine Carry Outs, a treat that I have been giving my dog for years. After doing a little research I learned that propylene glycol was the additive people were concerned about. While it is similar to anti-freeze, it is considerably safer and less toxic than the anti-freeze that you would put in your automobile, ethylene glycol.

However, the issue is, that while propylene glycol is considered safe in small doses in both humans and dogs, we tend to feed our dogs the same food on a daily basis. This continuously exposes them to the additive meant to preserve moisture and may or may not be harmful in the long run.
Now that I know that this unnecessary additive may be harmful to my dog, Roxy, why would I continue to feed her treats that contain it? I've decided to become more aware of exactly what I am feeding her and that is when I found Brave Beagle's 100% Chicken Liver Gourmet Dog Treats
These gourmet treats are made completely of freeze dried chicken liver. There are no additives, filler, grains, preservatives or hidden ingredients, so there is nothing to be afraid of. I feel confident that my pup is getting something that is healthy for her and will not cause her any problems. As you can see Roxy could not wait to try them out for herself!






While the package only weighs 8oz, there are approximately 240 treats in each bag and are only 4 calories each. It is recommended that a small dog get 2-4 treats daily and a larger dog can have 6-8, so one bag will last quite a while! They are made in the USA and Brave Beagle offers a 100% money back guarantee if you are unsatisfied with the treats. They are available exclusively for purchase on Amazon and since you have nothing to lose, go ahead and get a bag for your favorite pup!


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5 comments:

  1. Thank you for this review, I have been looking at this brand and did not know anything about it.

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  2. 100% chicken sounds good to me. Could be a little better looking but I doubt the dog cares.

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  3. disqus_AyrhAhp5BKMay 31, 2015 at 9:51 AM

    I love finding new dog treats for my furbabies. These sound like they are really good for your dog with the 100% chicken. I know the more the beef, chicken and etc. that's in a food for your dogs will keep then fattened up as well as full longer as to a dog food/treat that doesn't. Great post and informative.

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  4. Thank you! I am glad you found my review useful!

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  5. I thought the same thing! But my Golden didn't care what they looked like!

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