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Get our two best selling Excite Bites dog treats in one simple purchase with this dog treat bundle!

Dehydrated beef liver is a highly desirable treat for your dog. It's rich in flavor and nutrients! 

Turkey and pumpkin bites are a simple way for your dog to enjoy pumpkin in a way that's appropriate for them. It's light, crunchy, and very tasty.

As always, all of our treats are made without preservatives or other additives. They are a single ingredient treat that actually benefits your dog.

Ingredients:
Beef Liver - 100% beef liver

Turkey Pumpkin - turkey, pumpkin

Benefits:

Beef Liver

  • Dehydrated to keep all of the nutrients and flavor
  • Made with real ingredients that you actually understand
  • No added preservatives, colors, fillers, or flavors so you know exactly what you're feeding your dog
  • Liver is high in vitamin A and also contains multiple B vitamins, iron, and CoQ10
  • It's said that feeding your dog liver benefits your dog's liver
  • Made in WI, USA

Turkey Pumpkin

  • Dehydrated to lock in all of the nutrients and natural flavor
  • Made with real ingredients that you actually understand
  • No added preservatives, colors, fillers, or flavors so you know exactly what you're feeding your dog
  • Chicken allergies are common in dogs so turkey is a great alternative
  • Pumpkin can help dogs with diarrhea as well as dogs struggling with constipation
  • Pumpkin is a low calorie, low fat food that's a great option for dogs going through weight management
  • Made in WI, USA

Net Weight:
Beef Liver - 3 oz

Turkey Pumpkin - 2.5 oz 

Beef Liver: 100% Beef Liver

Turkey Pumpkin: Turkey, Pumpkin

Beef Liver:

Crude Protein (min): 74.5%
Crude Fat (min): 7.60%
Crude Fiber (max): 0.47%
Moisture (max): 12.7%

Calorie Content (ME, Calculated)
6,212 kcal/kg, 0.68 kcal/treat

Turkey Pumpkin:

Crude Protein (min): 58.6%
Crude Fat (min): 22%
Crude Fiber (max): 1.31%
Moisture (max): 5.05%

Calorie Content (ME, Calculated)

Turkey Pumpkin - 3,967 kcal/kg, 0.16 kcal/treat

Please monitor your pet while feeding any treat. Excite Bites are designed as a treat, not as a complete and balanced diet.

If this is your first time feeding your dog liver take it slowly. Do not feed liver in large quantities, it's very nutrient-dense and can cause an upset stomach if fed in large portions.

To maintain freshness close packaging tightly and store in a cool dry place.

Because we don't use preservatives, these treats won't last as long as store bought treats.

To increase their lifespan, you can freeze them.

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We fully stand behind our products but we understand that sometimes a product isn't 100% what you had in mind. Because of this, we offer a refund or exchange within 14 days of purchase as long as the product is unused.

An unused product is one that is in its original packaging and unwashed.

If you would like to start the return process please contact me at bark@thecrazydogmom.com 

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If your refund is approved, then you will receive a full refund minus the cost of return shipping, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within a few days.

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Why Beef Liver?

Vitamin A

a powerful antioxidant. It supports digestion and reproductive organs

Vitamin D

an important nutrient for immune function. It helps protect against cancers, autoimmune and infectious diseases. It supports muscle and bone strength too

Folic Acid, B Vitamins

support mental and nerve health. They help avoid fatigue and prevent anemia

Iron

transports oxygen to the blood cells. This increases your dog's endurance and strength. Lack of iron depletes antibodies and T-cells in the immune system

Other Minerals (like Copper & Zinc)

support bone and joint health, skin, coat, and immunity

Why Pumpkin?

Vitamin A

a powerful antioxidant. It supports digestion and reproductive organs

Vitamin C

enhances immune function and aids in production of anti-stress hormones. It's an antioxidant required for proper tissue growth and repair, and adrenal gland function

Vitamin E

an antioxidant which helps prevent cancer, heart disease, and cell damage. Reduces blood pressure and promotes healthy skin and fur

Low Calorie

pumpkin is a low calorie, low fat food that's a great option for dogs going through weight management

Regulates

pumpkin can helps dogs with diarrhea as well as dogs struggling with constipation and is a great option for dogs who easily get upset tummies

It all depends on the dog's preference. My mom has a Shih Tzu who eats these without a problem. But I know there are other small dogs who do not because they prefer smaller sizes. You know your dog best but overall, yes, small dogs can eat these treats.

That's okay. The only reason a dog would swallow these treats whole is if the dog is large enough to do so. Meaning the treat isn't going to be a choking hazard. Your dog is still getting the nutrients from the treat and they still understand that they recieved the reward.

These are meant to be fed as treats not a meal, so it's not recommended to feed the whole bag in one day.

If your dog is new to eating organ meat then you will want to serve in limited amounts initially in order to avoid digestive upset.

Beef liver is high in Vitamin A. Too much of this vitamin can lead to Vitamin A toxicity.

But this doesn't mean to be afraid to feed it. Dogs on raw diets need 5% of their diet to be liver so it's a very important organ to feed.

Always monitor your dog when giving them new food.

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