Meat Up Dog Biscuits Review: Did my Dog Reject it?

Golden Retriever is teased to say NO to her favorite dog biscuits and dog treats. She seems to have renounced the worldly pleasures until….
Watch this funny Dog Says NO treats video. You will love it. But, did she really reject the Meat Up Dog Biscuits? Scroll down to read my take on Meat Up Dog Biscuits Review.

We generally use dog biscuits and chicken treats as a positive reinforcement while training activities for Angel. We carefully measure the treats and compensate accordingly her regularly diet so that we are not overfeeding her.

Among other real chicken treats like Chip Chops, we also find dog biscuits to be convenient to buy and store for the long term. These crunchy and yummy dog biscuit treats are much less cheap compared to Chicken treats. So if you are looking for low cost yet reasonably healthy treats, go for biscuits which your dog will love.

This time we choose Meat Up Real Chicken Dog Treats. It comes with a 1+1 Offer of 500 g Jars – that’s a lot of quantity to last at least 3-4 months for a large dog like a golden retriever. Check out more details below.

Meat Up Dog Biscuits Review

Buy Here

Meat Up Chicken Flavour , Real Chicken Biscuit, Dog Treats -500g Jar ( Buy 1 Get 1 Free)
Overall
3.3
  • Quality
  • Value for Money
  • Taste
  • Health Score
Sending
User Review
5 (1 vote)

Good but use in limited quantities

We got Angel Meat up biscuits for positive training reinforcement. She seemed to not like it initially but slowly accepted it. I suppose she did not like the smell and flavor and needed to get used to it a bit. However, over a couple of days, she readily enjoyed the treats when I gave her during obedience training. The biscuits claim to contain real chicken and Omega fatty acids for health and coat but suppose the quantities I give her are so little that it hardly matters. However, I would be cautious giving her more than a fistful because the rice flour and wheat flour may not be good on her stomach. Overall, small to moderate quantities is recommended and should reduce the regular dog food diet on days when you give her these biscuits. The cost is just for the quality and quantity given that it comes with a 1 + 1 Offer. The two jars should last at least 3-4 months for a large dog. If you are finishing it earlier than that, then you are overfeeding. Overall good to buy.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous July 23, 2020

Leave a Reply