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Nathan's Hot Dog Treats

Your dog will love these delicious hot dog treats. Nathan's Hot Dog Treats are made from human-grade beef. They are available in beef and cheese flavors. Each comes in a 4 oz. resealable bag.

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Nathan's Hot Dog Treats - Cheese Flavored

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Nathan'sHot Dog Treats - Beef Flavored, Beef
 
5.0

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5.0

Perfect for hiding your pet's pill

By Kathy in Phoenix

from Phoenix, Ariz.

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Pros

  • Fun
  • Hides dog's medication
  • Tasty

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hiding dog's pills
    • Special Reward

    Comments about Hot Dog Treats - Beef Flavored, Beef:

    We use this treat to hide our dog's pills. We used to buy these at [@], but no local store carries them anymore. We haven't found them for two years, so I was thrilled to see them offered at wag.com.

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