LTD, I quit buying dog treats when the price went way up. I make my own now. Recipes are everywhere, it's easy, and you can vary the ingredients to suit your doggies' taste and your budget. I haven't priced them out but a large batch lasts a long time, and now our doggy isn't getting all the artificial colors and preservatives and crap that's in the store treats. If you don't make the ones with all kinds of fancy ingredients, they aren't expensive to make. They do have to be stored in the freezer if they're not used within a few days, since they don't have all the preservatives.Today's example was the dog treats hubby wanted to get for the dogs. We were in a store we have never been in before. Different size packages...yup.
So the 14 ounce was 4.98 / the 32 ounce package was 7.99 and looking like the better deal till I told him, I bought what we had at home at the dollar store and it was 7 ounces for $ 1 a bag. I had bought 8 bags, $ 8 total, and have 56 ounces
Now this is definetely new on my book! I can't wait to show my hubby, and then save some money! Thanks SO much for posting this!!Something new I did learn just the other day ~
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