Best American Journey Dog Treats (BJDT) are a line of pet treats from Purina. They were created with dogs in mind, but they’re also popular among cats too! BJT’s are made up of two different types: dry and wet. The dry version contains no meat or poultry; it consists entirely of vegetables like carrots, celery, potatoes and peas. The wet version includes some meat, chicken, turkey or fish meal. You can use either one for your pets.
The dry BJT treats contain no preservatives, colors or flavors and are free of gluten, soybeans or dairy products. They’re all natural and non-GMO. If you have allergies to any of these things, then you might want to steer clear of them altogether!
Purina claims that their treats are “100% All Natural” and “Made With 100% Real Ingredients.” That may be true, but I’m not sure if they really mean it when they say that.
There’s nothing inherently bad about meat or poultry in general, so why would anyone make a product out of those?
It seems like the company is just trying to get around laws requiring animal testing for new drugs. They also try to appeal to people who are trying to eat better, but that’s pretty much just the hipsters of the pet world.
The wet version contains a mixture of meat or fish and vegetables. They taste a lot like gravy and some have chunks of fruit in them. Best of all, they contain no artificial colors or flavors. The wet ones are pretty shelf stable, so you can keep them in your pantry for quite a while without worrying about spoilage!
I really like that they come in a bunch of different flavors. It means that I’m less likely to get bored of them and more likely to give them to my cat instead of his regular food. They’re easy to store and fairly inexpensive too! I definitely think they’re worth trying if you want to give your pet a treat every now and then.
I think that you should consider trying some for your pet. They’re a nutritious and healthy snack that your animal will love!
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