- Betty K.Verified BuyerReviewingCod SkinsI recommend this productDog Age 2-5Dog Size Small (1-25lbs)Eating Habits Sensitive StomachRated 5 stars4 minutes agocod skins
My dog just loves the cod skins
- Rick H.Verified BuyerReviewingCod SkinsI recommend this productRated 5 stars22 hours agoLike Lay's Potato Chips, he can't eat just one!
Our Elliot loves the cod skins. He gets so excited when I open the container. I break them into 2 pcs so he thinks he's getting 2 treats!
- Tracy L.Verified BuyerReviewingCod Skins BulkI recommend this productDog Age 0-1Dog Size Large (50lbs+)Eating Habits Balanced EaterRated 5 starsYesterdayChief & Viggo
Our 7 month old brothers love the cod! It is their favorite treat!
- Meliena D.Verified BuyerReviewingCod SkinsI recommend this productRated 5 starsYesterdayHealthy and tasty
Our dog loves these! They are extra crunchy and even though they are gone in a matter of minutes, he will work for them. Always good to have healthy treats on hand for our big friend.
- Kirk B.Verified BuyerReviewingCod SkinsI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 days agoLoves Them
Hey loves them and they are good for him too, skin and coat!
My pups love these treats and I love that they are single ingredient and so good for them.
My 5 dogs, 4 are rescue Standard poodles, would cluck like chickens, if they had to, for Polkadog Cod Skin Treats. I've been heavily involved in rescue for almost 40 years and as a now retired educator with a great deal of experience in learning disabilities, I readily accept the worst of the worst dogs we pull. I am grateful to have the skillset and means to "put the dogs back together" and provide them with a good life, heavily dependent on top shelf nutrition. My current girls are aged 17.5 (bait dog from WV), 15 (hoarding situation), 14 (lived her entire life in a puppy mill until she was about 10 and was dumped out in the woods in winter to die alone), 13 (BYB/backyard breeder with JRD living in a damp, windowless basement alone - never been to a vet/no shots/medical care/never been in a vehicle, with puppies dying from JRD litter after litter) and a non-abused 5 year old. My last Standard passed away at 18 and her best bud, a Toy, lived on to 20.5 - an extraordinary age for a Standard poodle (and Toy) who were both very healthy until life took a turn and their time came.. My girls see their vet only 1x/annually, have no ongoing health issues, are happy, well adjusted and very healthy, thanks in great part to their nutrition. Their Ziwipeak food from New Zealand is over $25/lb. There are nights I eat Cheerios for dinner. I never lived through hell, so on occasion Cheerios are just fine for me. I am ALWAYS diving deep into research looking for top shelf food & treats and believe I've found some of the best commercial dog food on the market. Treats however were the weak link, until I found Polkadog Bakery through a small, independent holistic dog food store near me in Virginia. I am smitten (and no longer endure the malodorous smell of fish oil mixed in with their food - stinky!), the girls love the fish skins and if necessary, I believe they would attempt to cluck like chickens for their treats! The girls would do whatever it would takes as long as their cod fish skins are at the end of that line. But not only do the girls get Polkadog Cod Skins for treats, I smash/grind up the skins and mix the bits in with their "puppy casseroles". Although the puppy casseroles ebb and flow with different flavors and toppings, the pulverized fish skins are the invariable. I am so thankful to have found Polkadog Bakery, which will continue to nourish my current girls and those to come, helping them live their best lives ever. I'm a great fan! Long live my girls. Long live Polkadog Bakery!
Our one poodle has food allergies so these are perfect for her. The other one eats almost everything and they both think these are the best. Fairly easy to break into smaller pieces.
very good and healthy, my dog enjoys these
My dog loves this. Super crunchy and healthy.