Milo's Kitchen Dog Treats
Yummy Soft Treats
These are a pantry staple. Our dogs enjoy a treat each a.m. and p.m. While the other furkids crunch on Jerky Treats and Biscuits the Milo's Chicken Meatballs are the perfect treat for out little toothless dog, Nitro.
November 6, 2014
I have been buying the chicken meatballs for my dogs for months. They get one everyday before I leave the house. The last bag I purchased was powdery. My dogs actually refused them. Not sure if they were old or something changed, but was not happy due to the cost and my dogs did not like the treats this time.
October 30, 2014
Soft enough for my dog to chew and yummy, too!
Kaylee is a high-energy dog who has always loved playing ball several times a day. We just learned recently that all this good exercise was not so good...the tennis balls she loves so much had damaged many of her teeth. She is only five but has had to have sixteen teeth removed, and will soon have six root canals and titanium caps on her canines and two back teeth in order to save those. We had to get rid of all her hard and crunchy treats...enter Milo's Kitchen! I could tell by handling the package that she would be able to eat these, and fortunately she LOVES them. They smell so good I'm pretty sure I could eat them in an emergency. Our cats are pretty interested in them as well. So your lesson for the day? Get rid of any fuzzy tennis balls your dogs might have and buy them some Milo's Kitchen Chicken Meatballs instead!
September 23, 2014
MILO'S KITCHEN THE BEST CHICKEN MEATBALLS
Hi, Is it true that Del Monte makes Milo Dog Treats.If so I'd like to compliment you for producing such a fine product. I have a very picky poodle "Lucy Lu". she loves all your treats especially the Chicken Meatballs. They smell so good, I want to eat them.
I was hopeing that Del Monte would create a Dog Food that has the taste and texture of the Meatballs (tiny meat balls) mixed with some vitamin enriched kibble for crunch, [not to hard.] Lucy has turned her nose up at every dog food, we've tried them all. I have to cooked her food. my recipe,( Turkey and rice and strained baby food, and rich gray.) I don't mind making her food, but I worry that she is not getting her nutrients. Perhaps you should do a survey to see how many PEOPLE, would like you TO MAKE DOG FOOD,FOR SMALL DOGS.
Thank You, Paula Wagner
September 12, 2014