Chicken Feet for Dogs
Surprise your dog with a delicious and nutritious treat. Chicken feet for dogs, which consist of cartilages and bones, are naturally rich in collagen, chondroitin, glucosamine, and calcium. These nutrients support joint health and mobility in dogs. They are also great for teeth and gums, as they naturally remove plaque and tartar while your dog nibbles on them.
These healthy treats for dogs are made from US free-range chickens. They’re free from oil, salt, sugar, additives, fillers, artificial flavoring, and other harmful chemicals. They do not contain soy, wheat, and grain.
- High in glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen and calcium for healthy joints, bones, and maximum mobility.
- Naturally removes plaque and tartar
- No added chemicals, fillers, and preservatives
- Safe for dogs with soy, wheat, and grain allergies
- Made in the USA from local free-range chicken
- Highly palatable taste and crunchy texture
Feeding Instructions: Should be given in moderation and should not make up a majority of your pet's diet.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.
Origin: USASafety Warning:
Our chicken feet have the nails intact. Please clip or cut the nails off with scissors before feeding to prevent injury.
Please supervise your pet when giving any treat or chew toy. Remove any small or broken pieces to prevent a chocking hazard. Please be mindful of your dog's age and health when selecting chews, treats or any other products. Not for human consumption.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are chicken feet good for dogs?
Yes, chicken feet are healthy treats for dogs. It is considered as the most nutritious treat because it has high levels of calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin. These three nutrients are scientifically recognized for contributing to a dog’s well-being, particularly the joints and bones. Another health benefit of natural chicken feet for dogs is dental health and hygiene. When dogs chew the chicken feet, it also cleans teeth and gums.
Are chicken feet good for puppies?
While it may be safe for puppies to chew on chicken feet, we do not recommend it until they reach at least 1 year old.
Can dogs eat chicken feet with nails?
Yes, however nails on chicken feet may be sharp and cause pain while chewing. Using nail clippers, clip off the nails before feeding.
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