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July 13, 2021 2 min read


Chicken Feet 

If you and your pup like to take long walks or runs, you may want to help keep their joints healthy. Chicken feet can be a great source of glucosamine and chondroitin, which allows your pup to keep the jogging and walking joints moving. 

 I know what you're thinking, dogs shouldn't eat chicken bones. And you are right; dogs shouldn't eat COOKED chicken bones. If your pup chews on a cooked chicken bone, the bone splinters and breaks making those shards of bone potential hazards to the gastrointestinal tract. (bone chips could cut up and block up the intestines).  


Dehydrated chicken feet are very safe for your furry friend. This is because the bone in the dehydrated chicken feet does not break and splinter like cooked bones; instead, they crush without breaking into hazardous bone splinters. 


As is with all chews, these chicken feet are great for the oral health of your pup. Any abrasion of a chew or chewy treat helps 'brush' of tarter. The chicken feet might not smell great, but they will do wonders for your pups' breath. 



Beef backstrap is another excellent source of collagen, glucosamine, and chondroitin and packs in the protein and amino acids. 

The dehydrated backstrap is yet another great chew that promotes oral health since your pup never remembers to brush his teeth. As you know from the chicken feet, glucosamine and chondroitin foster healthy joints. The delicious collagen will have their coat smooth, shiny, and soft. 



To give any treat outside of your dogs' regular meal kibble, it's always good to consult your veterinarian before introducing new goodies. Dogs that are on special or restricted diets may not benefit from these treats like most dogs will. And as ALWAYS monitor your pet while they chomp down on their chews