Great snack, great value for money
These are the only biscuits my dog seems to actually like (or not sniff her nose at!) - I buy the duck flavoured ones and they smell really good.
I like bringing this snack on walks with me as my dog gets a bit tired halfway through and this gives her a little boost. Very practical. Happy customer.
Another great James Wellbeloved product, dogs absolutely love them.
nice, small treat
I like to give my pets non-processed foods. These minijacks have no gluten or dairy (which by the way are totally inappropriate for a dog's diet!). Even though my dogs don't have any allergies, as far as I know, I've read that those sorts of inappropriate ingredients in a dog's diet can have a significant impact on their lifespan and health. And so far, they seem to really like them, so win, win. And hey, it's definitely cheaper than dealing with massive vets' bills in a couple of years time.
Dogs love it!
Another great James Wellbeloved product. My dogs absolutely love them.
My poor Charlie gets allergic reactions to quite a lot of things so I was a bit nervous about giving these to him. But he's not had any reactions and he seems to love their flavour. Brilliant!
Great lamb-flavoured treats! I like to stock up. It keeps the house happy and quiet.
the search is over.
I've tried out a bunch of different brands of treats on my dogs and these are the first ones that they actually seem to both like and not get sick from. Finally! Thanks zooplus :)
Good for training
Dog loves these. I use them in clicker training - so even though they're the minijacks, I still have break them in half; which is pretty easy and they don't crumble. Have only bought the duck flavour so far - word of warning - oddly they do smell a little fishy! Dog can't read the bag to criticise the taste description, so not such a problem...
I normally buy the standard Crakerjacks but find the size a little big and arkward to break up if using them for training, so I got the mini ones to try- they are brillant. Definately going to stock up on the different flavours and the dog goes mad for them.