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I agree! Maybe they will start showing this on their products as a sense of Pride to the folks trying hard to buy USA products only. Incidently my 2 dogs adore these snacks.
Sandra Watrous
· August 21, 2014
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Listed ingredients: Wheat Flour, Meat and Bone Meal, Sugar, Dried Poultry By-Products Digest, Cooked Bone Marrow Beef Fat (Preserved with Tocopherols), Salt, Corn Starch, Annatto Color, Red Iron Oxide (Color), Red 40, Sodium Metabisulfite (Used as a Preservative).
sarah k
· March 5, 2014
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There are 40 ounces in each generously large container of Milk-bone MaroSnacks. There are about 5 snacks per ounce, which puts the number of snacks per container at 200!!! I have three silky terriers who LOVE them, and they each get one for a bedtime snack every night. One jar should last about 2 months, but on spe… see more There are 40 ounces in each generously large container of Milk-bone MaroSnacks. There are about 5 snacks per ounce, which puts the number of snacks per container at 200!!! I have three silky terriers who LOVE them, and they each get one for a bedtime snack every night. One jar should last about 2 months, but on special occasions, etc.----suffice it to say I am a soft touch when it comes to treats, so one container usually lasts about 6 weeks. see less There are 40 ounces in each generously large container of Milk-bone MaroSnacks. There are about 5 snacks per ounce, which puts the number of snacks per container at 200!!! I have three silky terriers who LOVE them, and they each get one for a bedtime snack every night. One jar should last about 2 months, but on special occasions, etc.----suffice it to say I am a soft touch when it comes to treats, so one container usually lasts about 6 weeks.
Audrey J. Campbell
· May 1, 2014
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They are crunchy and are pretty small but about twice the size of most training treats.
Diane M.
· December 5, 2014
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It is "dry, ground, rendered clean parts of the chicken carcass"
APoov
· January 4, 2018
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Oh, Wow, I never counted them, but I can tell you that I filled 3 ZipLoc quart bags to the top w/ a forth bag to the tops. It's a lot more than you get for the price @ the grocery store. Hope this answer helps you out....CeDe
CeDe
· May 2, 2014
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They remind me of "Pigs in a blanket" a moist center wrapped in a dry outer shell. My dog really enjoys them!
Greg Moten
· September 27, 2015
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My dog has trouble eating hard things, but she has no problem with these. I'm on my second jar, and she just loves them. As a treat, I normally give her two, and she eats them right up!! Not soft, but NOT hard!!!
lyndajean23
· October 27, 2015
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The label does not say what country...I called the number on the label and it said they are made in the USA,
Cindybvn
· December 6, 2013