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Bil-Jac America's VetDog Treats - Skin and Coat - 10 oz.

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America's VetDogs Skin and Coat Treats are treats with a cause! America's VetDogs trains and provides assistance dogs to veterans and active duty personnel with disabilities at no charge. Your purchase will make a difference to America's military heroes.

These moist bites are made with real chicken and fresh chicken livers, natural sources of linoleic acid to help support a healthy skin & coat. Offer these tasty bits as everyday treats or as training rewards for dogs of any size. Free of corn and other fillers.

For help choosing the proper treat for your dog, please read our article Choosing Dog Treats, Chews and Bones.
Specifications
MPN
044110
Manufacturer
Bil-Jac
Package Size10 oz.
MaterialTreat Bites
FlavorChicken
OriginMade in the USA
Internal Id
49025
Ingredients: Chicken, chicken meal, wheat flour, phosphoric acid, potassium sorbate and citric acid, mixed tocopherols and calcium propionate and BHA preservatives, rosemary extract.

Guaranteed analysis:

Crude Protein, 22% (min)
Crude Fat, 10% (min)
Crude Fiber, 3% (max)
Moisture, 30% (max)
Linoleic Acid, 2 %
Feed as a treat.

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Are they made in the USA

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Are they made in the USA, the bag says product of USA but when you do to there website there is no mention as to the product being manufactured in the USA. Product of USA can mean sold in USA but manufactured in China.
<br>I see a made in USA logo in your ad its important to specify o the product itself.<br><br><b>TFP: John, Bil-Jac America's VetDogs treats are 100% made in the USA. Feel free to reach out to custservice@thatpetplace.com if you have any further questions or concerns. Have a great day!

Question

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I haven't tried these treats yet, though I have a question. How exactly can you say the product is Gluten Free, and also contains Wheat Flour, according to your website's product description? Wheat Flour is NOT Gluten Free.<BR><br><b><i>That Pet Place: Hi Sarah, thanks for bringing this to our attention. It looks like the manufacturer has tweaked the recipe and now refers to this as 'gluten meal free.' Gluten meal AKA corn gluten meal AKA simply just corn is not included in the recipe and that is what they want to highlight. We will change the description to better clearly reference that to avoid confusion. Thanks again!</i></b>