Natural Ingredients – Our chicken jerky treats start with chicken raised cage-free. The only other ingredients are vegetable glycerin derived from natural plant sources and salt. These delicious treats contain no fillers, soy, grains, sugar, animal by-products or artificial colors and flavors.
Our Recipe – In this very simple process, lean chicken breast is mixed with vegetable glycerin and a bit of salt. The meat is sliced, cooked and dried resulting in a healthy and nutritious chicken jerky treats.
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• Made with
Lean Chicken Breast
• No Artificial Colors or Flavors
• No Animal By-products
• No Fillers or Grains
• High Protein
• Low Fat
Chicken, Vegetable Glycerin, Salt.
Crude Protein, Minimum 65%
Crude Fat, Minimum 1.5%
Crude Fat, Maximum 3.5%
Crude Fiber, Maximum 1%
Moisture, Maximum 14%
Chicken Jerky Treats are not a substitute for a complete diet with balanced nutrition. Overfeeding a dog is not healthy and can sometimes be harmful. It is important to remember that feeding guidelines should be followed and the actual feeding amounts be adjusted according to your own dog's needs. For smaller dogs, we recommend breaking the chicken jerky treats into bite-sized pieces. Always monitor your dog when feeding treats and provide plenty of fresh water.
Do not feed treats to dogs with existing medical conditions or while under treatment for illness without first consulting your veterinarian. Feeding should be adjusted according to your dog’s ideal body weight, condition, age, activity and environment. Proper care of your dog includes regular check-ups. As with all foods, wash hands after handling.
5 to 10 lbs. - 1 piece 11 to 25 lbs. - 2 pieces 26 to 50 lbs. - 3 pieces Over 50 lbs. - 4 pieces
Delia Arceo – December 14, 2013:
Ever since my dog tried the different snacks, I have never bought any other snacks except hillside snacks.my favorite is the chicken jerky and wraps
B.Wilson – April 2, 2014:
My dog is a finicky eater,but she loves these treats especially the duck jerky..
Not that bad
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