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Save on Dog Treats at Target: Milo’s Kitchen as low as $0.67!

Here’s an awesome combination of fortunate events! A Target price cut, high-value manufacturer coupons, and a new Target printable! That can only mean a great bottom line, and that’s exactly what you’re getting on this deal. Print these coupons now and head to Target to save big on goodies for your pooch!

Milo’s Kitchen Dog Treats $2.42, Price Cut through 5/5
Use $1.25/1 – Milo’s Kitchen Dog Treats – (coupons.com)
Or $1.25/1 – Milo’s Kitchen Dog Treats – (pillsbury.com)
Or $1.25/1 – Milo’s Kitchen Dog Treats – (eatbetteramerica.com)
Or $1.00/1 Milo’s Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats from RP 4/1 (exp 5/27)
And use $1.00/2 – Dog Treats: Milo’s Kitchen, Pupperoni, Milk Bone, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $0.67 each when you buy 2

Milk Bone Dog Biscuits $2.42, Price Cut through 5/5
Use $1.50/2 Milk-Bone Dog Snacks from RP 4/1
And use $1.00/2 – Dog Treats: Milo’s Kitchen, Pupperoni, Milk Bone, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $1.17 each when you buy 2

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15 thoughts on “Save on Dog Treats at Target: Milo’s Kitchen as low as $0.67!”

  1. Jen G says:

    Are the ones on pillsbury and eatbetteramerica gone? I can’t seem to find them…

    • Summer says:

      Yea I’m confused too because it just says $1.25 off some other dog treats brand coupon. Does anyone know if this is the same thing??

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the info. I did a google search on FDA and milo treats and was shocked to find out about the possible deaths connected to the treats. I have decided to not buy the treats. I need to find a list of companies that don’t make treats in China. 

    • Anonymous says:

      I wish that were easy.  Unfortunately most of the treats do not say anything about being made in China. A lot of these treats are made in the USA, but they wont tell you the ingredients come from China.  Calling the manufacturer and asking where they import their ingredients is about the only way.  Even then, most of these companies refuse to tell you.  Those are the ones to stay away from.  I am making my pups treats.  Its easy!  Raw chicken breast, cut into thin strips, pound thinner if needed, bake on a cookie sheet at 180′ for three hours, and store in an air tight container.  You can even freeze them!  It is about the only way to know you are safe.  Good luck!

  3. Carina Yamaguchi says:

    I bought a bunch of these a while ago when there was a similar deal going on at Target. While my dog LOVES these treats, and I’m not normally one to post something like this – but I wanted to let you other couponers know that I ended up tossing what I had in the trash (not even donating them to a shelter) because I started hearing so much negative press about food produced in China, in particular dehydrated chicken treats. So, I invite you all to make your own decision, but at least be informed. For me, my girl’s health wasn’t worth the risk…

  4. Anonymous says:

     You can use the $1.25/1 on EACH of the 2 bags you’re buying. So that’s a total of $3.50 off two bags. Hope that helps!

  5.  You have to use 2 $1.25 coupons to make the price $0.67 each. I had to go to two different websites to get two separate coupons.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I am unable to find any of the 1.25 coupons.

  7. Audrey Roshan says:

    It only let me print one…and now I can’t see it on any of the sites. Very strange. Hoping I have one of the $1 off ones in my binder to make it a decent deal still.

  8. Penny says:

    I can’t find the other coupons either.  Can someone please tell me how to find them?

  9. Anonymous says:

    if you go to the Eat better America website…For me it’s in the Right column, 9th down from the top. Isn’t listed it gone or expired so it should be there.  Hope this helps!

  10. denise hernandez says:

    Hello…I cannot find the $1.25 coupon in either of the 3 sites!! Is it gone? :l Thanks for the help!