FWIW - Dog Food Advisor is one of those websites, much like PetMD, that I wish would just fall into the ocean and drown. The "information" is based on a lot of pseudoscience "nutrition" about what it's currently trendy to think is "good" and "bad" for dogs. A lot of their "5 Star Foods" have absolutely no science or research backing them, have no veterinary nutritionists in the payroll and, near as I can tell, are just making it up as they go along and doing what they think they can sell at high prices to well-meaning pet owners. Some of those foods that are highly recommended are, even worse, frozen or dehydrated raw diets. Excellent idea if you like hemorrhagic diarrhea. I generally don't. Anyway... that is another angry rant for another angry day.
Since no one has mentioned it here yet - the treats in question are causing primarily kidney disease - in particular fanconi-like syndromes for you medically or research inclined - and liver disease. Signs often include lethargy, GI distress, increased water intake, decreased appetite, and increased urination. GI distress seems to be one of the most commonly seen signs, but that may be because it's what owners notice most often.
Here's a link if you're interested (let me know if it doesn't work - I think I posted the right one): http://news.vin.com/VINNews.aspx?art...99&callshare=1
If you do have reason to suspect your pet is affected or has been affected, you can (and should) make a report to the FDA, or have your veterinarian make one for you.