Our Chicken Fillet Dog Treats are made with real chicken. These wholesome snacks are high in protein and have a chewy jerky texture that dogs enjoy. For dogs that are sensitive to grains and beef, natural chicken treats are a great choice to supplement your dog’s daily diet. Chicken Fillet Dog Treats may be cut or broken into smaller pieces, making them suitable for small dogs and as a training treat.
Ingredients: Natural chicken, vegetable glycerin
|Dog Size||Small, Medium, Large, X-Large|
|Life Stage||Young, Adult, Senior, All Stages|
Please supervise your dog when giving any chew or treat and ensure your pup has easy access to fresh water before, during, and after treat consumption. Remove small or broken pieces to prevent any potential choking hazard. Please be mindful of your pet's age, health, and current diet conditions when selecting products. Please note, our Best Bully Sticks Beef Bully Sticks are rich in protein; If bully sticks are a new treat for your dog, we recommend only letting your dog chew about 1 stick at a time to avoid tummy upset due to the increased protein. After they have enjoyed about 3 to 5 sticks over a 3-5 day period, their tummy should be familiar with the increased protein and you can safely treat at your discretion! Please note that beef bully sticks are considered a treat/chew and should not make up more than 10% of the daily caloric intake. Please note that our dog treats & chews are NOT for human consumption.
It was good! Oso loves them❤️
My guys like the jerky better but they didn't think this was bad either they'll eat most anything I've got to have something that's a real jackpot for them though.
Kaiti Jane seems to like these as well as the chicken jerky which was not available. A plus is that there could be no choking hazard with these as the chicken crumbles when eaten and couldn't possibly get stuck in a dog's throat.
My golden retriever loves the duck and the chicken jerky. He'd love pork, too if it ever became available. He's got allergies to beef so we've had to step away from his beloved bully sticks but we still need a treat in the evening. Thus...the jerky. It's also nice for our smaller dog friends as I can break it up into smaller pieces easily for sharing...everyone is happy!
My dog is a small breed so I cut these up and use them as a training treat.