People need to wash their hands after handling kibble too, there is TONS of bacteria on kibble, just as much as in raw food. This includes things like E-COLI and SALMONELLA! Wash your hands people. As for the caloric intake, that's just a matter of limiting how many your pet gets and adjusting their daily food rations when they get them. Duh! Most treats have a decent amount of calories in them, which is why you need to adjust accordingly if you plan to feed them. (And there ARE treats under 10 calories out there if you've got an "easy keeper"! Some as low as 2-3 calories each) Obesity stems from the OWNER, not the treat or food company. A treat could be made up of 300 calories and that wouldn't make it a bad treat, it makes the owner a bad pet parent by feeding 3 of them to their dog every day on top of several cups of food and wondering why it's a porker or worse, not caring that the dog is morbidly obese.
Personally, I'm less a fan of the price than anything else. Lol!
Last edited by SS-GSD; 01-29-2013 at 05:51 PM.