Dogsee Chew Mini Pops : Mini bite-sized Dog Training Treats - 70g | Dog Treats - Dogsee Chew

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Give your dog something to look forward to during training sessions with Dogsee Chew’s Mini Bite-Sized Dog Training Treats! These bite-sized, tasty treats are made with 100% natural ingredients using traditional methods from the Himalayas to make training more rewarding. Smoked and sundried to perfection for 35 days, these easy-to-feed treats have the perfect crunch and flavor that’ll grab their attention. And, they are high in protein and low in fat, which provides energy and maintains weight, so you can reward your doggo without the guilt.

Key Benefits

  • Low in Fat so you can reward your dog while keeping their weight in check.
  • High protein content helps provide energy.
  • Easy-to-feed and bite-sized, so you can grab a handful and use them to make training sessions more productive and fun.


Yak and/or Cow milk with lime juice and a hint of salt.

Product Details Product Descriptions
Product Name Dogsee Chew Mini Pops : Mini bite-sized Dog Training Treats - 70g
Product Type Dog Treats
Net Quantity 1 Pack
Net Weight 70g
Imported & Marketed by Khanal Foods,#40, Goshala Road, Garudachar Palya, Mahadevapura Post Bangalore 560048, Karnataka, India
Country of Origin India
MRP ₹ 199.00 (Inclusive of all taxes)
Shipping Cost
Shop Location No 71/49 7th cross 2nd main Wilson Garden 560027 Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
  • ravi
    Obviously I can't comment on taste nd flavour.. but my dog comes by itself and ask for it.. so yes he loves it.. good treat for him I guess..
    2 years ago
  • rajat
    The qualit of the food is good i beleit. Our pet won't consume a new flavour immediately we need to mix with those existing food. This time when he is given the food he started consuming directly
    2 years ago
  • rohit
    Being lightweight and plastic, there is a small amount of bounce when a 90 lb dog runs up the ramp. It's rated at 200+ lbs, so I'm not concerned about it failing, but the little bit of spring made me do a double-take. I'm extra careful now to make sure the top of the ramp is in the sweet spot on the lip of my Chev Equinox. Also, 6 feet isn't very long if you have an SUV, even one as low as my Equinox. The ramp is still quite steep for an older dog. I may have to put a small step/lifter at the bottom so she has a small hop onto the ramp, then a less steep incline to contend with. Anything shorter than 6 feet would be ridiculously steep. The friction material on the ramp looks great. It's the same material that you see on the deck of skateboards. It looks like it will last for many years. If you have a reluctant dog coming down the ramp, it may be a bit rough on their paws over time. Otherwise, it gives a secure footing for your pet.
    2 years ago

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