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Blue Buffalo Basics Dog Biscuits

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Turkey/Potatoes

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Product Summary:

Blue Buffalo Basics Dog Biscuits

Blue Buffalo Basics Dog Biscuits are made from a simple recipe with a limited number of natural ingredients, and the perfect treat for dogs with food sensitivities. Oven-baked for crunchy goodness, Basics Biscuits have either Turkey or Salmon as their first ingredient. Delicious and nutritious, these items are not commonly used in dog food or treats, which makes them ideal protein sources for dogs with food sensitivities. Basics Biscuits also contain some of nature's most healthy and highly digestible ingredients, such as oatmeal, brown rice, carrots, flaxseed, and potato.

Features:

  • Made in the USA
  • Made from all natural ingredients
  • Oven-baked
  • Ideal source of protein
  • Perfect for dogs with food sensitivities
  • Corn-, wheat-, and soy-free
  • Contain no chicken or poultry by-products
Item Specifications:
 
Size: 6 oz.

Guaranteed Analysis (all flavors):
Crude Protein (min.): 18.0%
Crude Fat (min.): 6.0%
Crude Fiber (max.): 5.0%
Moisture (max.): 11.0%

Salmon & Potato Ingredients:
Salmon, Whole Ground Brown Rice, Oatmeal, Potatoes, Potato Protein, Flaxseed (source of Omega 3 and 6 Fatty Acids), Cane Molasses, Carrots, Canola Oil (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Calcium Ascorbate (source of Vitamin C), Vitamin E Supplement, Salt, Calcium Carbonate

Turkey & Potato Ingredients:
Deboned Turkey, Whole Ground Brown Rice, Oatmeal, Potatoes, Potato Protein, Flaxseed (source of Omega 3 and 6 Fatty Acids), Cane Molasses, Whole Carrots, Canola Oil (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Calcium Ascorbate (source of Vitamin C), Vitamin E Supplement, Salt, Calcium Carbonate

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Salmon/Potatoes 497378 SAL 596560 859610006588
Turkey/Potatoes 497378 TUR BL-006595 859610006601

Product Reviews by Customers

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Wanted to try something new and healthy for my dogs
Jasmine H on Feb 16, 2018
A treat for our dogs.
WesTN on Oct 7, 2015
Wanted to try something new and healthy for my dogs
Jasmine H on Feb 16, 2018
dogs love
Ella M on May 14, 2017
A treat for our dogs.
WesTN on Oct 7, 2015
Anything Blue Buffalo is delicious and rewarding!
Cathy K on Jul 6, 2015
I thought these treats would work well with the special food for his allergies
samantha w on Mar 9, 2015
Only type my dog will eat
Shari B on Sep 15, 2014
to try something new
Krzysztof S on Aug 22, 2014
Good quality treats. Corn & wheat free.
Pam M on Jun 18, 2014
More protein content than other treats and I have been feeding Blue Buffalo brand to my Boston Terriers for years.
ALICE M on May 23, 2014
Dogs love them... and they don't upset their stomachs like some biscuits.
KIM S on May 8, 2014
dogs love
Ella M on May 14, 2017
Anything Blue Buffalo is delicious and rewarding!
Cathy K on Jul 6, 2015
Do the flax seed, molasses, and canola oil cause a tendency toward loose stools?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: As this is only a treat , giving your dog just one a day should not upset their stomach unless the treat is large sized and your dog is small sized like a Yorshire Terrier size. If you have a medium size (Springer Spaniel) to large (Labrador Retriever) to extra large (Mastiff) dog it should not upset the stomach unless your dog has food sensitivities. Giving any type of treat in large quantities could upset your dog's stomach. If you are training your dog and using food as the positive reward it is best to use their food as the reward since the pieces are small and their stomach is already adjusted to this good.