Stewart Pro-Treat Ferret Treats Turkey

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Stewart Pro-Treat Ferret Treats Turkey

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Product Summary:

Stewart Pro-Treat Ferret Treats

These treats contain only one ingredient – 100% pure Turkey Liver – which makes them grain-free and also gluten-free. There are no additives or preservatives, for a great reward tool when training! Your ferret will love these fresh, freeze-dried, bite-sized snacks. And your ferret will love you for them!

Features:

  • Made in the USA
  • Great, bite-sized reward treats for training
  • 100% all natural
  • Highly palatable
  • Free of additives, preservatives, gluten, and grain
  • Freeze-dried
Item Specifications:

Size:
.45 oz. Pouch

Ingredients:
100% Turkey Liver

Values:
Poultry: 100%

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.): 70.45%
Crude Fat (min.): 15.38%
Crude Fiber (max.): 0.05%
Moisture (max.): 5.0%
Calories per treat: 5

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Dont waste your $$$, 9/29/2015

nhconsumer from New Hampshire, USA

I have 3 ferrets and not one of them wanted anything to do with these. They are beyond dried out and crumble out of the beg.

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Took a few days but now they love em, 8/28/2015

AaronFromPA from PA

So this is an odd project but I felt it would really benefit my ferrets. The texture is weird, I would honestly liken it to Styrofoam which was a turn off to them so I started by breaking it up over their food and also providing it at the end of the day along with ferrevite which they adore. After a few days of not giving up they have really taken to these and no longer need coaxing. I am very happy with the product overall and as I said I feel these are very good for my girls.

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Safe, Healthy, Excellent, 6/24/2015

JamieLK from Colorado

This is the best ferret treat I have found on the market. It's 100% liver with no additives, and as obligate carnivores, it's the best kind of goodie. It does take some getting used to for many. People need to keep in mind ferrets aren't like dogs, they imprint and wont eat it if they don't know it's food. You have to get them to taste it, adding it mushed to their food sometimes helps. They just need to realize it's food. Once mine actually tried it in something they recognized(I smashed and sprinkled a little on their egg yolk), they decided it WAS food after all, and delicious. They go nuts for them. I recommend it to anyone I see looking for a new healthy treat for their ferrets, or their cats. Not bad for dogs either. =)

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ferret treats truckey., 2/27/2015

MONA from AZ

my ferret's would not even eat this treat. i alway get the ferret chew treat (chicken) my female loves them. but the male is more picky so i thought i would try something different for him.but they took one smell and walked away.i alway have to watch my dog because he'll run off with the ferret chew treats. but he even took one smell of the turkey treats and walked away. now that's bad when even the dog didn't even like the way they smelled.

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My ferret loves it!, 8/24/2014

Grady from

These treats are probably the best you will find on the market. They have only one ingredient, not all those fillers which can contribute to insulinoma and adrenal disease. The one problem with this treat is that it seems to be an acquired taste. Some ferrets love this treat like no other while others may refuse to even try it. At first, my ferret was a bit reluctant to try it, but now she even tries to steal the bag when I'm not looking! If you can get your ferret to eat these treats, I highly recommend them. I don't buy any other treats anymore.

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, 8/23/2014

ZoeS from Alabama, USA

My boy loves these, good for him. I recommend these.

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Stewarts turkey pro-treats, 5/21/2014

Joanne from Maine, USA

My 2 ferrets age 2 will not touch these after several tries. Gave to neighbors dog as my cat would not eat either. But every ferret is different and yours may like them so I don't know how to rate it?

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