You may recall the name of Whole Life Pet RealFoodie treats because we have already reviewed two of the other flavors they currently come in – chicken and salmon.
Whole Life Pet makes some of the healthiest cat treats on the market – we have been reviewing them for years, and my 11-year-old Ragdoll cats, my parents’ 16-year-old Ragdoll cat, my sister’s 6-year-old Ragdoll cats, my parents’ 3-year old German Shepherd, and my sister’s 1-year old German Shorthaired Pointer, all love them.
And that’s the nice thing with single-ingredient treats like this one – they can be fed to cats and dogs.
Whole Life Pet RealFoodie Wild Tuna Fillet Treats are USA-sourced and produced freeze-dried treats.
As their name suggests, these healthy cat treats are one-ingredient treats – pure wild tuna fillets that have been freeze-dried. There are 6 fillets in the bag – the bag is vacuumed, sealed, and then put into a zipper stand-up pouch.
So when you first receive them, they will be in the vacuum packaging, but once you cut that open to access them, you can always store them in the stand-up bag they come in.
These treats are super easy to break apart with your hands. During the review process, I slowly broke off portions of the filets to give to my cats. I like that breaking off the portions helps reduce the powder you get from the Whole Life JustOne treats.
Whole Life Pet RealFoodie Tuna Treats Product Review Unboxing
Whole Life Pet RealFoodie Tuna Treats Product Review Video
Here are some other great benefits of these treats:
- No refrigeration required – Store right in the resealable bag
- 100% Human Grade
- made to FDA standards for Human Food Manufacturing 21CFR110
- Every batch goes through rigorous in-house quality testing plus third-party safety testing before being released
- Rich in protein
- low in fat
- Sourced, processed, produced, and packaged in the USA
You can also rehydrate them! That’s right – plop them in a cup or less of water, wait 2-3 minutes, and they will rehydrate – an excellent option for a kidney cat or to bring out the aroma of the meat more strongly.
I will be adding the Whole Life Pet realFoodie Tuna to our rotation. Trigg definitely prefers fish and seems to get more “pumped” when I offer him these over the Chicken JustOne ones from Whole Life.
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- Whole Life Pet realFoodie Tuna Fillets
- Whole Life Pet realFoodie Whole Chicken Breast
- Whole Life Pet Healthy Treat realFoodie Skinless Wild Salmon Fillet
Check out Whole Life Pet’s Daily Supplements for cats.
Check out this tuna dog treat recipe.
We received the Whole Life Pets realFoodie treats for review from the manufacturer and also asked that they pay us in treats instead of a review fee. Receiving the free treats did not influence this honest post.
Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,