Greenies Dog Pill Pocket for Capsule Peanut Butter

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Greenies Dog Pill Pocket for Capsule Peanut Butter


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Shipping weight = 0.75 lb.


Product Summary:

Greenies® Dog Pill Pockets for Capsules Peanut Butter

Take the headache out of medication time by placing your dog’s medicine inside this delectable treat sleeve and pinching the sides together. Your dog will never know that it’s medicine, only that they’re eating a tasty treat. Formulated for dogs, but can also be given to cats, these delectable pockets are made from human grade meats right here in the USA.

  • Makes pill giving a positive experience
  • Veterinarian designed and recommended
  • Made from human grade ingredients
  • Easy to use; fits most standard size tablets
  • New thicker pockets retain their shape in packaging better
  • Resealable pouch to ensure freshness
Item Specifications:

Size: 7.9 oz.

Recommended For: Capsule use

Product Reviews by Customers

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He loves the peanut butter flavor so no problem giving him his Apoquel
Cheryl S on Apr 28, 2017
The dogs love this flavor more that any other and the capsule pockets are large enough for my medication.
Ronald B on Aug 21, 2016
I have 2 dogs that take pills every day. I used to use hot dogs but they get so gross and slimy on my hands. These are easy to use and the dogs never know they are eating their pills. The sale price was awesome too.
jenni d on Dec 3, 2016
The peanut butter pill pockets are not greasy like the hickory smoked ones are, therefore, much cleaner on the hands when giving these to my dogs. They work like a charm for giving pills that don't taste good; my dogs love these.
Cheryl S on Sep 28, 2015