Rated 5 out of 5by Keith Works on picky 11 yo dog Rocket almost spits out hot dogs when they have his arthritis medicine inside (Previcox). But he almost scampers like a puppy when he sees this bag in my hand, he loves it! 03/22/2013
Rated 1 out of 5by dimez Why did you change it? My dog Max LOVED the pill pockets before the reformulation, and now won't even eat them if there's no pill inside. He's a young 17 and I don't want to struggle with him so he is just not getting the meds he needs right now because i have no way to get him to take them. I am soooo sad that you changed the formula. 03/17/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by Dragonfly Dog Pill Pockets We have two german shepherds that spit meds out of hotdogs, etc. This is the first to give them medicine once and they take it! This product is Amazing! 03/16/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by my dog Amazing It is all most impossible to get my dog to take a pill. We tried disguising them with everything in the house. Our Vet gave us pill pockets and they really work. I highly recommend them.
Why don't they make treat flavored dog food? 03/16/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by milal4l Thanks! Best thing ever! Thanks for making our lives easier. 03/12/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by gradyjam Award Whoever invented these pill pockets for dogs taking medicine-deserves the Nobel Peace Prize! Fantastic.
Please continue to keep the price reasonable! We need you. 02/27/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by jodybat 365 My dog's disease requires he have prednisone daily. We have a routine where he sits in the same spot on the stairs every morning for his Greenie. I try to rotate the flavors so he's not bored.
I'm not sure what I'd do without pill pockets. Henry sure does appreciate them. 02/24/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by littlelulu OMG Thank you!!! We adopted a puppy who came with a million parasites which he lovingly shared with our other dog. By our 3rd round of meds both dogs would hide when they saw the bottles. Then I found pill pockets. Now when they smell their meds being prepped they come running. Yes they stink, but we all know that is why dogs love them! Thank you for turning a nightmare into treat time! 02/17/2013
Rated 2 out of 5by Georgie Need formulation without chicken With so many dogs experiencing intolerances and allergies to chicken, it surprises me that there is only one formulation that does not contain it (allergy/pea formula), and is only available in tablet size. Consumers have to be extra careful when reading the ingredients, because the beef and peanut butter formulas contain chicken, which one would not expect. The pockets themselves are a great idea for dogs that will find pills in cheese, wieners and anything else you try and hide them in! 01/03/2013
Rated 1 out of 5by Maxie's Mom Peke doesn't like new formula We have given our Peke "Max" his daily pills inside Greenies Chicken Pill Pockets for almost 5 years. When it is time for his mornning medication, I call him and tell him it is time to get his meds. He has always come running and swallows his pills immediately. Since the formula of the Pill Pockers has changed he won't touch them. We have been forced to push the pills down his throat. I am glad that the chemical preservative has been taken out of the Pill Pockets but it doesn't do us any good if our dog won't eat them. 12/28/2012
Rated 1 out of 5by Ashley S. Doesn't Work For Us I have tried three times with two different pills and once without the pills. She likes the taste of the covering. The pills are normal size but still do not fit properly. I have to mush and stretch the peanut butter covering with both pills. Yes they are tablets and I got the tablet size not the capsule one. It is really hard to not touch the covering when I have to stretch this. I was able to get my boyfriend to mush it while I was the one who held it and put the pill in. She spit the whole thing out with the covering split in two and the pill exposed.I guess this works more for dog who swallow everything whole. 12/10/2012
Rated 2 out of 5by Ann E Need a version without Poultry My Frenchie is highly allergic to anything that has poultry (chicken, turkey, duck, pheasant, etc.) in it. He is also sensitive to grains; however, he could live with the small amount of grains. It would be nice to have a formula without the poultry. I now have to give him his pills in ground lamb. I would and do recommend for dogs that do not have allergies. 12/06/2012