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2020 might’ve been a strange year for all of us, but if there’s one member of the family that had the weirdest year of all, it’s the dog. Think about it: You went from being out most of the day to suddenly being home all the time, you had to start putting on a mask every time you go outside (scary for fraidy-cat pooches), and they can no longer stay too long in the dog park.
While we can’t do much to change their day-to-day, we can certainly make the changes they’ve been forced to undergo a little bit sweeter — er, savory-er. Amazon’s in-house brand of pet goodies, Wag, has just marked down all doggie treats 40 percent off. The already affordable bites are now even more affordable (though Tucker certainly doesn’t know or care how much you spend on his soon-to-be-favorite new treats). You have to hurry, though — these are Amazon’s deal of the day, which means they’ll go back to their original price tonight.
Whether your pup prefers delicious jerky or chicken and waffle bites (seriously, they look good enough to keeo in your own personal snack stash), here’s what you can pick up to help make your pup’s day.
These made-in-the-USA treats have farm-raised chicken as the first ingredient, plus no added by-products, corn, soy, wheat or artificial flavors. They aren’t crumbly, so they won’t get all over your floors, and they’re the perfect size for even small pooches to gobble up in a snap.
“As soon as I opened it my dog ran to me immediately!” one shopper shared. “Absolutely love them, when I tried to put them away she followed me all the way to the pantry!”
These jerky treats are made with the entire chicken breast muscle, and zero bad stuff (the usual suspects — soy, corn and wheat). They’re oven-baked, plus the flaxseed helps promote healthy skin and coats. It’s also available in beef, turkey and duck.
“We have a VERY picky dog his name is Winston,” one shopper shares. He only eats meat. He can tell fakes. He reflects fakes. These treats are the real deal no fakes.”
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