Rachael Ray Dog Treats! Delish Nutrish Turkey Burger Bites!


It is summertime, time for grilling burgers! The sun is warm, the grass is green, and the grill is primed and ready. We are enjoying the taste of summer, why should our pups miss out? They don’t have to if you have some Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Burger Bites handy! These treats are made with real meat and absolutely no meat by-products.

Maui and I have a brand-new bag of Rachael Ray’s Turkey Burger Bites to taste test and check out for you here today. The turkey recipe Burger Bites are fairly new to the scene, so we are going to check them out.


What Makes Them Special

There is a lot about these super chewy little turkey Burger Bites that make them special. Let’s hit the important points.



The number one ingredient in these turkey burger bites is U.S. farm-raised turkey! The complete ingredient list for these turkey Burger Bites is:

  • Raw whole turkeyTurkey
  • Dried potatoes
  • Chickpeas
  • Sugar
  • Vegetable glycerin
  • Salt
  • Sunflower lecithin
  • Sorbic acid (natural preservative)
  • Natural smoke flavor
  • Caramel color
  • Citric acid (natural preservative)
  • Mixed tocopherols (natural preservative)
  • Rosemary extract

If you are curious about the purpose of any of these ingredients the Nutrish website offers an ingredient lookup tool so you can learn about each and every ingredient. Knowledge is power! Click the photo to check it out!


Rachael ray ingredient search tool


Turkey is less commonly used in dog foods and treats so if you have a dog with food sensitivities these might be less likely to cause a flare-up.



Source of Ingredients

Ingredients used in Nutrish products are never sourced from China. Not to say products from China aren’t good, but there have been links in the past to poor quality ingredients from China being used in pet foods and treats. This has caused people to be sensitive to ingredients from China being used in pet products.

U.S. farm-raised meat is the number one ingredient in both the turkey and beef Burger Bite recipes.

Ingredients are not only sourced in the U.S. but treats are also cooked in the U.S.


Appearance & Texture

I’m just going to get it right on out there and admit that one of the additional reasons these Burger Bites are special is because they’re so darn cute. They look like little tiny turkey burgers; they even have the little grill lines on them (but what would you expect from a world-famous chef, the burgers have to look right!) Okay, the grill lines are kind of a fluff thing. The dogs don’t care if the grill lines are there but it makes the treats more appealing to the human eye!

These burger bites are super soft! This texture will make them a breeze to break into smaller pieces for smaller dogs or for training. I believe the extreme soft texture of these treats will also make them easier to eat for dogs with dental problems or few teeth.


Helping Shelter Animals

Not only are the treats special, but Rachael Ray has grown her business to be special as well. A portion of the proceeds from each sale of a Nutrish product is donated to The Rachael Ray Foundation which helps shelter animals in need. As of March 2018, The Rachael Ray Foundation has donated over $27 million to animal charities and organizations that help animals.

Rachael Ray Foundation

Nutrish-tional Information

Each little turkey burger bite contains about 21 kcal. These treats are a pretty decent size so a higher calorie count is expected. Keep an eye on how many you feed, these extra calories can add up fast!

Crude protein minimum – 13%

Crude fat minimum – 11%

Crude fiber maximum – 3%

Moisture maximum – 25%


Deals, Coupons, Discounts!

Visit Rachael Ray’s website and you will find a bunch of Rachael Ray Nutrish coupons to help you save  $ ! There is a list of coupon options for you to choose from. You do have to fill out your name, address, email, etc. type of information and then you will be directed to coupons for you to print. Nice deals!


Size, Cost and Where to Buy Them

Both the turkey and beef flavor Burger Bites can be purchased in a 3-ounce bag or a 12-ounce bag.

It appears that you can order directly from the Rachael Ray website but when you click to order it just sends you to a different store site such as Walmart or Chewy.com.

The Nutrish website indicates they are available online from Amazon, Chewy, Jet, PetSmart, Target, and Walmart.



Current Prices

Amazon.com:     3 oz. not for sale individually but if you want 8 – 3 oz. packages the cost is $23.92; 12 oz. bag $10.99

Chewy.com:       3 oz. $2.99 ($2.84 with Autoship); 12 oz. $10.99 ($10.44 with Autoship)

PetSmart:            3 oz. $4.49; 12 oz. $12.99 (save 5% on both prices with in-store pickup)

Maui golden retriever with Rachael Ray dog treatsTarget:                 12 oz. $9.99. Target’s website was confusing. The picture indicates turkey burger bites but the description, highlights, and details discuss the beef burger bites. Not sure what you will get from here if you order.

Walmart:             3 oz. $3.85 – only beef


Final Verdict

When I handed Maui the bag to hold for a photo she was more interested in trying to chew it open than sit still. Maui absolutely devoured these treats! You should’ve seen the smile on her face!

After about 10 minutes or so she must’ve decided that she needed more because she started actually barking at me. Manners don’t usually get that bad unless she REEEALLLY wants what I have.

Let us know what your dog thinks of the Rachael Ray Nutrish Grain Free Turkey Burger Bites! Does your dog love them as much as Maui does?


Happy grilling,

Lynne and Maui

P.S. These treats were provided free through the Chewy.com Influencer Program in exchange for an honest review and opinions of the product.

Do you like the Rachael Ray dog food product line?

Tell us about your experiences!


  • Emmanuel Buysse says:

    We actually have the same dog as you! So funny but I’ll certainly look for this product, I’m pretty sure Sammy will love it. How many times you give it to Maui?

    • Lynne says:

      Good afternoon! Aren’t goldens awesome! Maui is my service dog so we break these little burgers into small pieces (maybe about six pieces per burger) and use them for training treats. She doesn’t get a lot. The whole burger is fairly high in calories so remember if you give your dog two or three in a day you might want to cut back on a little bit of their regular diet to compensate for the calories.

  • Great information. I am sure my dogs would enjoy this!

    • Lynne says:

      Hi, Thank you for stopping by! Please let us know if you give them a try, we are always interested to hear other people’s experiences.

  • Great article for healthy eating for your pets.In Canada they are always showing Blue Buffalo commercials with the message of feeding your dog natural products and not artificial by-products that is contained in most dog foods

  • My mouth starts watering before I even delve into reading your article. And I must tell you that it’s a great START.
    You’ve vividly shown that pet products from the US is the #1 leader in maintaining quality and that of China is to be tested before buying due to poor quality ingredients lately.
    Such honest reviews are what people really need most these days due to the mushrooming of commercialization, and the intent to go ahead for easy-push of the products either for pets or men without maintaining quality by most companies.

    Your Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Burger Bites look really awesome and has tempted me to try one.
    Wishing you all the very best and much Success in your venture.

    Thanks for sharing.

    • Lynne says:

      Good afternoon, We aim to give our honest opinion of products. There are so many products out there today there’s no sense in saying good things about that product when the better choices out there. Rachel Ray’s Burger Bites are a quality dog treat that we highly recommend! Thank you so much for stopping by and for the encouragement and complements 🙂 Much appreciated.

  • Hi Lynne,

    love your post! You write so well and with humour that I like haha!

    I don’t actually own a dog as we live in an apartment but definitely going to send this to my daughter who loves everything dog! These treats look almost good enough for us humans to eat too! haha! thanks again, great work 🙂


    • Lynne says:

      Hi Kevin, It is amazing how many dog treats today are made with human grade ingredients and to look more appealing to the human eye. Don’t be tempted though, they are still just dog treats 😉

  • David says:

    This is a pretty good dog treat if the number one ingredient is not something I cannot pronounce lol. That is great that you received the treats for free to review!

    • Lynne says:

      Hi David, I agree! It’s always a big plus when you can pronounce the ingredients! 🙂 The influencer program has been great! It allows me to get products I otherwise wouldn’t know about and then I get to share them with you 🙂

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