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Pet Botanics Adds USA-Made Jerky Bites Training Rewards

The treats contain no corn, soy, BHA, BHT, or artificial flavors or colors.




(PRESS RELEASE) ST. LOUIS — Pet Botanics Training Rewards, used and recommended by professional dog trainers nationwide, are now available in a new pup-pleasing jerky format. Made in the USA with delicious chicken as its number one ingredient, Pet Botanics Jerky Bites Training Rewards have a soft, chewy jerky texture that strongly appeals to dogs of all ages.

Combining the irresistible taste and aroma of real chicken with the satisfying chewiness of a jerky, Pet Botanics Jerky Bites are a great reward treat that will make pups eager to learn during training. Since each jerky bite contains just 5 calories, the treats can be given repetitively to dogs to reinforce behavior without causing weight gain, even during lengthy training sessions. Another advantage of the soft jerky texture is that the treats are easy to break apart to make even smaller training rewards for puppies and little dogs.

“Pet parents and trainers who know and trust the Pet Botanics brand now have the option of a jerky version of our highly effective training rewards,” said Joe McIver, senior brand manager for Pet Botanics. “Dogs will love the meaty, chewy texture of Pet Botanics Jerky Bites Training Rewards, whether you use these versatile jerky bites as a tool for training puppies or simply as a delicious treat for pets of any age.”

Featuring a large “Made-In-USA” label on each package, Pet Botanics Jerky Bites also appeal to today’s consumer demand for higher-quality, healthier dog treats. High in protein, they are made with chicken raised without added hormones and include Pet Botanics’ exclusive BotaniFits blend of botanical ingredients such as rosemary, dandelion and green tea extract. The treats contain no corn, soy, BHA, BHT, or artificial flavors or colors.

Available in a mouthwatering Chicken recipe, Pet Botanics Jerky Bites Training Rewards come in 12-oz. bags that contain approximately 225 treats per package. The MSRP is $15.99.




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