MADE IN VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA, USA
Human Grade for Dogs
The first package I received had mold on the pieces - upon opening, the bag was very moist/warm. I was able to get a replacement quickly w/ no hassle. The bag they sent was great! The chicken pieces smell good (like real chicken), and looking at the ingredients, there's nothing really unhealthy about these jerky treats. I admit that I tasted it, and it tastes what I assume chicken jerky would taste like. It's difficult to find treats, including jerky, without sugar for my dog, so this was a win. My dog is only 15 lbs so this will last him a long time. Great value as it was on sale for 40% off the usual price! Highly recommended!
Made in the USA
I have two medium sized dogs and spend a lot of money at Petco and Petsmart on food and treats and these are just like the ones they carry but less expensive and almost the same. My vet recommended that we only buy dog treats made in the USA because of stricter health standards and a lot are made elsewhere.
Doggos LOVE it!
I can't honestly attest for the flavor because I am not the one eating these BUT... The doggos say it's an absolute hit! As soon as they even think they hear the ruffle of the bag MAN OHHH MAN! HAHA It's a comedy show up in here for sure! Picture one very overweight and older Miniature Pinscher (my deceased mom's companion for years) and now my Lil old man Coda and my 1 year old German Shepherd Sasha both trying to race to the area in which they believe that this bag o treats may be ruffling from... Sasha is ALL LEGS and EARS and Coda is ALL PORKY BODY and BARK! it's nothing short of hilarious. The treats smell good enough to eat and are always well digested... Can't say enough about the price... A+++++
Perfect texture for treats in balls/kongs
It’s difficult to find chicken jerky treats that aren’t hard and crusty. I used to live in Austin Texas where there was H-E-B grocery, aka the Holy Grail of all grocery stores. They had the absolute perfect texture for chicken jerky, that had the slightest bendy/ rubberiness to the treats, and were super affordable. I specifically use these types of jerky strips (I cut them up) as a treat to place inside balls with holes in them for my dog. It keeps my very active Blue Heeler occupied for a good 15-20 minutes. Although, I have had to buy firmer balls with smaller holes because he’s gotten a technique down and gets them out too easily. Most of the other chicken jerky treats I’ve found in stores are super hard, dry, and just break apart and flake off, making a mess on the rug. These are the second best I have found, and while living away from Texas, they make a great second runner up.
Real chicken jerky that's moist /chewy and with only 2 ingredients!
I love this plain chicken jerky because it only has two ingredients....chicken and a stabilizer (vegetable glycerin), that's it! It looks as if you thin sliced a chicken breast and then let it dry out a bit. The pieces of jerky are huge as you can see in the photos others have posted. I have a small yorkie terrier so I break each piece of jerky into three parts before tossing a piece to my dog. I also like that this jerky doesn't smell gross like other dog treats...oh and my dog goes nuts when he sees me grab the container I keep these in....bonus, it takes him longer to eat this than his old treats that I swear he simply inhaled. I will not be ordering any other dog treats, this is my dog's new treat and I will be ordering this jerky again and again!
Very impressed, and so is the dog!
I've looked at and bought a number of brands of chicken jerky treats over the past few years. My first concern for any dog products is that they're domestically made, with domestically sourced ingredients - there have been too many horror stories about doctored offshore dog treats and food. These meet that critieria - they're made and sourced in the US. The chicken pieces are very clearly whole meat. There are a few good brands of chicken jerky treat made of "bars" of ground and processed chicken. These are, in my opinion, better - large slices of dried chicken, which the dog loves to shred and tear into. They don't smell particularly strong or offensive either. They are a bit more expensive, per pound, than competing products, but I think it's well worth it. Many of the pieces are quite large - so if you have a smaller dog, or prefer giving smaller treats, you may want to divide them. A pair of shears works perfectly.
I normally don't write product reviews but i feel I must spread the words on how great a product this one is! I have a chihuahua mix who is quite a picky eater. I used to buy a similar chicken fillet from Dr Foster and Smith and now I discovered this on Amazon. It's instant love! My pup would do anything for it! It's made out of limited ingredients, made in the US, and smelled so good out of the bag even if I would want to have a bite myself, haha! Highly recommend!