If you can get over the way Chicken or Duck feet look ... they are surprisingly good treat! They don't smell and are relatively clean to handle. My only problem is that they don't last nearly as long as a bully stick or other chew ... but they are very affordable! -- BenGood quick treat
My Pugs love these chicken feet! They get about 5-10 minutes of chewing out of each one. The feet are fully consumable. They're not very messy and they don't have much of a smell to them, either. We got these as a good alternative to raw chicken feet. -- PugMomAffordable & Healthy!
These are excellent for the smaller inside dogs. I love that they are a natural source of Condroitin. I use all natural meat treats as a supplement to a grain free, high quality kibble diet. A bag of these feet are cheaper than an average box of cheap unhealthy dog biscuits! The added bonus is the amusement of watching a 7 and 10 pound dog parade these around the house like a stealthy killer of the Savannah that just took down a wild bird-beast. I laugh at this every time. -- J. NunleyGreat Treat Even for Big Dogs!
I have two Am Bull Dogs and they both love these. They are great for our older dog who is now having a bit of trouble chewing the bully sticks. She gets a good chew out of these. The younger one does gobble them right down but they are cost effective enough to give several through out the day. I admit that I "clip" the nails off the feet before I give them to my girls. I know that other people have said that they are completely digestible, but for my own piece of mind, the sharp nails go immediately. Better safe than sorry. -- DLMoore