Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Tasty Tuesday: Treat Review

This month, courtesy of Chewy.com, we got to try out Halo Liv-a-Littles chicken breast treats.

These treats look kind of like sticks of chalk, and feel sort of like chalk as well. They smell very chickeny, but not in a bad way. Opening the screw top container gets the dogs' attention immediately. The treats themselves are super easy to break into pieces of any size, or even turn into a powder to top food for a picky eater. I love that you can actually see the texture and grain of the meat and can recognize it as chicken.

Only I was sent the chicken breast variety, rather than the salmon.

Both dogs and both cats were big fans. I am a fan of the container, which stands up to the dogs much better than the plastic bags most treats come in and keeps the treats safe and air tight. These sell for 7.29 for a 2.2 oz jar of freeze dried treats, which I think is a reasonable price considering the quality and appeal of the treats. Since they are easy to break up, they can last quite a while as well, though I imagine they could go pretty quickly if you are doing a lot of training with them. But then, most training can make you go through a ton of treats, no matter what kind of treat it is!

Disclaimer : Chewy.com sent us a container of Halo Liv-a-Littles Chicken Breast treats in return for our honest review. Our opinion is purely our own, and no other form of compensation was given.


  1. I love treats that break into smaller pieces. :)

  2. They look and sound truly yummy!