Salmon is the first ingredient. No grain, gluten, soy, corn, or artificial flavors. Dog-approved fishy taste with coat and skin enhancing ingredients.
Easy to overfeed if you don’t read the feeding guidelines.
A meaty classic that is easily shredded into pieces. Beef is the first ingredient. Also includes real bacon. Has a super chewy texture. Made in the USA.
Includes unidentified “meat by-products.“
Extra soft for small and senior dogs. Oven-baked, and made with all-natural ingredients like peanut butter, bacon, oatmeal, and spearmint extract.
Avoid if your dog has issues digesting wheat.
Pork is the first ingredient, along with real cheddar cheese. Soft and easy to tear into smaller pieces. No wheat, corn, soy, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
At only 15 oz., these large treats can go fast if you aren’t careful.
Peanut butter is the first ingredient. Super soft cinnamon roll shaped treat. No artificial flavors or preservatives. Made with real bananas, peas, and potatoes.
Treat may harden if bag isn’t properly resealed.
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All treats are not created equal, and if you have a toy breed, a senior, or a dog with dental issues, a soft dog treat is your best bet. Not only are soft treats easier on weaker mouths, teeth, and gums, they often have a meatier composition and are quicker to wolf down, making them the superior choice as a training or motivational treat. With so many brands and recipes of soft dog treats available, you’ll have to do your research to find healthier options that your four legged friend will appreciate... or check out our top picks, of course.
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