Roscoe's Pet Bites: Why Less is More.
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If you are looking for a simple ingredient dog treat, look no further! Roscoe’s Pet Bites are made with only one ingredient, REAL meat.
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Currently, they offer two different flavors of treats. Both will be sure to make your pups mouth water!
I appreciate that these treats are made from 100% USDA beef. This is the same quality of meat that we eat! I feel at ease giving my dogs these treats because I know exactly what is in them.
Thinly sliced 100% pork loin is the only thing you’ll find in these delicious treats! Even the pickiest of dogs will fall in love with these. My pups go absolutely bonkers for these treats, because of the meaty taste and texture.
What I love about these treats
- Only high quality meat is used
- No added chemicals or preservatives
- Made to order
- They use a natural drying process
- Vacuum sealed to ensure freshness
- Protein treat
Photo by: @gunnerdobgsd
Simplicity is key with Roscoe’s Pet Bites! There is no beating around the bush with ingredients or freshness. This company believes in making fresh high quality dog treats. They truly do care about what we are feeding our dogs.
If you try out the treats and enjoy them as much as my pooches do, they offer a monthly subscription. This will save you money and time! You’ll never run out of fresh high quality dog treats again. Better yet, you’ll never have to leave your house to get them either! Plus, a percentage of all sales regarding Roscoe’s Club are donated to dog rescues.
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