Suggested Use & Instructions: Use as a treat, snack, or training tool. Feed whole or break into smaller pieces.
Ingredients: Hand-sliced turkey hearts
Crude Protein (min) 81%
Crude Fat (min) 8%
Crude Fiber (max) 1%
Moisture (max) 7%
Additional Information: No refrigeration necessary. Product is freeze-dried. Not for human consumption.
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Posted by Lauren Zahavi on 26th Mar 2017
O'paws turkey hearts are the only treats my dog loves. She rejects all the poor ingredient treats offered to her because she is accustomed to these. Additionally, she never has a weight problem, and at 8 years old all her blood labs are perfect! Low in fat. One in ingredient.What's better?
Posted by Brenda on 12th Dec 2016
These are wonderful turkey hearts and a great way to provide organ meat. I slice them up for my cats or feed whole to my dog. Best I have found.
Posted by Vickie on 5th Dec 2016
My picky Maltese loves the snacks. And I find that all of her doggy cousins like them as well. They are a great source of protein and she's very energized after eating them. I can easily break them into smaller pieces for her tiny teeth Buying in bulk is the most cost-effective and I can share it with her doggy cousins.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Dec 2016
I just ordered three bulk packs of turkey hearts for my three felines and if I'm careful and give them as treats once a day, the turkey hearts MIGHT last for a little while. The kitties follow me all over the house and stand under the cupboard when it is treat time! Try them, you won't go wrong!
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Nov 2016
my dogs love them just couldn't wait tell had bag open to get some
Posted by Lauren Zahavi on 12th Oct 2016
These are the only treats my dog eats. She loves her turkey hearts and will fool me into taking her out, just to get a "cookie" when she comes in. My dog is completely spoiled by them. What I love most about the turkey hearts is that they are real food, not processed, healthy; made in America treats.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Sep 2016
Our dog absolutely loves these things! We play game time which is our take on the find game. We hide small pieces of these turkey hearts cut up. The dog smells them out and is very satisfied with her instant reward.
Posted by Unknown on 11th May 2016
Lexi loves the treats!!! She drools when I grab the bag and sits like a queen waiting to inhale her Thanksgiving Day treat everyday!!!
Posted by Julie Somers on 14th Apr 2016
My vet recommend these initially to help keep my cats teeth clean. I use them also as training treats for my dogs. They are so easy to use, they don't smell and you don't have to wash your hands afterwards and I know my pets are getting only good and pure nutrition, I recommend these to every pet owner I know.
Posted by Kathleen S. on 3rd Apr 2016
Hearts are great for dogs, cats, and just about any carnivore or omnivore. Water turtles devour them happily and grated they make a great addition to homemade fish food, Heart is a good source of taurine as well as a high protein muscle meat. As a treat food heart it's likely better for dogs or cats that are sensitive to the laxative effect of organ meats like liver.
I re-hydrate all dry foods before feeding, and these turn into juicy chewy favorites that no one turns down. The excess water I soak them in makes a tasty broth for re-hydrating Purr or other dry meals and if warm the cats will just drink it by itself. The dogs like it warm or cold.
Oma's Pride products are second to none!
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