Friday, 9 August 2013

Plato Natural Duck Thinkers Review

Posted by Blog Administrator at 00:05

 Plato Natural Duck Thinkers Review


We've been a  little late on the requested reviews lately but nevertheless I'm here again to review a pet treat product from Plato. This treat is part of Plato's "Thinkers" line which is shaped or featured in a stick like form.

They have three flavors for this namely : Salmon, Chicken, and Duck. For this review, I'll be reviewing the duck flavored one:


Here is some info of the product taken from their site:
Duck
We use only the best all-natural and organic ingredients that will assist in your pets nutritional needs, without any artifcial preservatives, meat by-products or meals. We've also included natural ginkgo biloba to help nourish brain function in your dog. 
Nutritional Benefits
  • Over 90% Duck
  • Contains DHA which is known to support brain function.
  • Natural ingredients, fortified with antioxidant vitamins, zinc propionate and vitamins E and C.
  • No artificial colors, flavors, synthetic preservatives, or GMO’s (genetically modified organisms).
  • Naturally preserved.
  • Antioxidant vitamins E and C.
  • No meat by-products or meals.
  • Fortified with Zinc Propionate.
First of all, I'm thankful for the packaging. It is in a resealable pack so I don't have to transfer the sticks in another container when I open it. It's convenient for retaining the freshness of the treats.

They're quite large in circumference compared to the normal ones that I usually see in stores which gave me a first impression that this is probably best suited for medium to large breed dogs. Was I correct? I have to admit I was not.


In reality, this can be eaten by small, medium to large breeds. Its soft and I could even squeeze it with my fingers. I'm not entirely sure about feeding it to puppies however I avoid all dog treats dog treats except the ones I make personally until the puppy reaches 4 months of age and I can make sure that their digestion can handle the food properly


Pictured above is my 7 month old Pomeranian puppy trying to desperately take the treat off my hands



Almost all of Plato's ingredients for making their dog snacks are from North America with the exception of some preservatives which are from Europe.

Overall, I would recommend this for dogs or older puppies who likes to chew. My little pom pictured above has an issue on trying to destroy my furniture and this treat is a definite buy to have him occupied. Although when it comes to chewing things, obedience should be enforced and we're on the road to that.

I would rate this treat 5/5. The variant: Salmon and Chicken, I wasn't able to try but I would love to as I'm sure it's as good as this one.

I will have more reviews on the different variants of Plato in the upcoming post so make sure you stay tune for that. I might even give a pack away.

Disclaimer: All opinions are honest and of my own. I do not receive any monetary compensation for doing this review.    

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