Liver treats have been a staple in the dog training world for decades. And pet parents have caught on to the built-in benefits! Freeze-dried dog treats made from nutritious organ meat check all the boxes - they have attention-getting taste, are healthy and help strengthen the bond between you and your pooch.
Sourced in the USA from free-range bison, the robust nutrition of these morsels has been preserved through the freeze-drying process. Whether you’re looking for good behavior or just a tail-wag in return, dogs simply cannot resist the tempting flavor of pure bison liver treats.
Wholesome, Nutritious Treats
- Free range USA bison li>
- Irresistible flavor
- Source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12 and iron li>
- Freeze-dried to lock in nutrients
- Zero fillers or anything artificial
- Sized for training or snacking
Each resealable bag contains approximately 65 treats.
Crude Protein (min)
Crude Fat (min)
Crude Fiber (max)
Calorie Content (calculated):
Metabolizable Energy (ME) = 4,068 kcals/kg, 5 Calories (kcals) per 1.2 gram treat.
Ingredients: Bison liver.
Recommended Daily Feeding for Dogs:
Feed as a reward for good behavior or as a delicious, healthy snack. As a general rule, treats should make up no more than 10% of a dog's daily calorie intake. At 2 pieces per serving, there are approximately 40 servings in a bag. Pieces will vary in size.
Wash hands with hot, soapy water after handling. Keep away from children.
133 days ago
The dogs love it! What more can I say. Thanks!
143 days ago
255 days ago
Clean ingredients that our pup loves
306 days ago
319 days ago
Kippy loves these! He's the best judge.
349 days ago
These are the greatest!!! I slice them into little pieces to use during my dogs' agility lessons. They are greaseless and very high value to my dogs.
641 days ago
This Bison Liver Feeze-Dried treats is another treat they welcome in their diet. To be totally honest all the treats I have used from Life's Abundance my dogs totally love.
663 days ago
Seem to be a little high priced for the amount in the bag, but I am assuming it is of the best quality and probably more lean than other beef products.
669 days ago