$2.69 to $6.99
Made in the USA.
Treats are not included.
I have all 3 size doggie jars and they are very well made. My only issue is that I thought they would be larger. The medium dog treat jar says it is 64oz, which I thought was a gallon. Well, the larger jar is more like a gallon, yet it says 128 oz size. I suppose that I was thinking in terms of ounces of liquid. Oh well, I have to order some more since they were smaller than I thought. The medium is perfect for rawhide sticks, they fit perfectly upright! The small is great for mini treats and such. I use the large on to put dog food in (mini bites) for my beagle mix,as it is a lot more attractive to have it on the counter than an ugly back of dog food! Since my dog is only 10 lbs, the large jar will hold a lot of food for him, and I can leave the food bag in the pantry. I highly recommend these jars. I wish they had PLAIN un-decorated ones--as they are very well made and would be perfect to give as gifts (filled with candy, cookies, etc)
"All Three Dog Sizes"
"I absolutely LOVE these!!! I have 2 of the small, 1 medium and 1 large. So far I have only had the lid on one not close properly. Thank you JeffersPet for the Live Help Customer Service, it is FANTASTIC!!! I use these ""treat"" jars for milk bones, soft treats that I cut and mix for my 5lb Pom. The small jars are PERFECT for storing dental treats! I plan on using the large defective treat jar for storing scissors and other grooming supplies. Im sure I will buy more and will recommend these to other pet owners."
I use these jars for training treats. They snap tight so I know they are closed, and it keeps treats fresh. I have some smelly dehydrated fish treats, and the smell stays inside the jar. Because they're made of plastic, they carry well. I don't worry about them breaking when I have them in a carry bag at the dog show.
I purchased the medium sized treat jar. It fits a great amount of treats. I love that it is air tight, so that i know the treats are fresh. It's a great size so that I can fit the jar on a counter right by the door. Then when i come in I can give my dog a treat.