I’m searching for some tasty, freeze dried protein snacks in our kitchen cupboards! Do your pets long for tasty freeze dried treats? I know my sisters and I do, and my cats like to steal ours when they get the chance! Keep your pets from rummaging through your cupboards by bringing home some amazing freeze dried snacks!
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Meet Halo® Liv-A-Littles® freeze dried protein treats for dogs and cats, available in chicken or salmon. Talk about some tasty snacks! Even before opening the packages, I knew they were going to be amazing! For those pets keeping an eye on their waistlines, these little treats average only about eight calories a piece. The pieces can also be broken into smaller pieces if you have a stingy human!
Dogs Love Freeze Dried Protein Snacks
Bailie is pretty good about sharing, but from the looks of it, sharing is not on her mind with the Liv-A-Littles treats.
Even Madison, who will have nothing to do with any kind of fish, seems to be rather protective of the Liv-A-Littles salmon treats!
Does your dog have issues with focusing while training? Could it be the lack of a high value training treat? You have to agree with me, Bailie seems to have plenty of focus when Mom got out a Liv-A-Littles salmon protein treat! I’m surprised those eyes didn’t melt that treat!
Remember our little Madison the food snob who won’t go near anything “fish”? We’ve tried the stinkiest to the not very smelly fish in treats and food. Madison won’t even put a piece in her mouth. It was amazing to see what happened when Mom gave her a piece of Liv-A-Littles freeze dried salmon! She can’t get enough and seems to be frozen in place hoping for more!
Cat Approved And Proofed
What about the felines in our household? Mom says the freeze dried protein treats are cat approved. Cat bro Bert keeps loving up the container hoping some pieces will magically pop out. We have given him a few super tiny pieces, and he does love both the chicken and salmon. These are our treats, so we don’t want to share with the cats too much.
The treats are also cat proofed. Bert has been known to eat through food bags, cardboard containers, and some plastic containers for food. The Liv-A-Littles package is sturdy enough to keep him out! Mom keeps a package on her desk, and he can’t break in no matter what he tries!
Live-A-Littles – A Multi Purpose Snack
Liv-A-Littles can also be used for more than just a snack. In the bottom of the package, some of the chicken or salmon will turn into a powder and tiny flake like pieces. We find the food far too tasty to throw out, so I get resourceful, and use it for other things.
The powder makes an excellent topping on our Halo pet food. It is plenty tasty on its own, but a little “spicing up” never hurts.
Crumbs and powder can also be mixed with low fat, plain yogurt. My idea was to stuff a Kong with the filling, but I couldn’t wait for the Kong part. I found there is no need to dirty up a Kong when a girl can eat it right out of the mixing bowl. Never waste crumbs and powder!