We believe a healthy dog is a happy dog. There are numerous aspects to your dog’s health and well-being, but a good place to start is your dog’s treats. 

That’s why it is vital to your dog’s health and safety to choose the right treat for your dog. We are all familiar with the saying, “Less is more”, and in this case of single-ingredient pet treats, this phrase certainly holds true. Giving them a single ingredient treat is a good choice as it has just one main ingredient and no artificial preservatives. Also it helps the dogs in many ways.

1. Nutritional Values are maintained

– Since most of the treats are dehydrated or freeze-dried, they don’t lose their nutrients and provide your dogs with a healthy snack. 

2. They are less prone to allergies

– For pets with allergies or food sensitivities, limited ingredient dog treats and chews can provide safe options. Limited ingredient treats eliminate the additives that may disrupt your pet’s digestive or endocrine system.

 3. Preservative-free

– As the treats are dehydrated, maximum moisture is removed, eliminating the need to add preservatives. This results in a shelf-stable treat.

 4. Low calories

– Limited ingredients, also means no extra calories – no fillers or bulk, just wholesome nutrition. As you are feeding them only protein that they need.

 And since the single ingredient treats are wholesome, they support your dog’s strength,health and well-being. As more and more pet parents are becoming educated about the amazing benefits of including single ingredient treats.There’s been a recent surge in popularity for dehydrated treats.

Our Dehydrated Chicken Feet are one such protein-rich, super crunchy treats!

Chicken feet might not be the prettiest dog treat, but they are worth a second look, as they offer valuable health benefits for our canines.They have two main health draws to them –

1. Joint Health

  • Chicken feet are naturally rich in glucosamine and chondroitin.These provide the building blocks for joint cartilage & therefore help improve overall joint health for arthritic dogs.
  • It has been suggested that each foot is packed with approximately 450mg of glucosamine in comparison to an average joint supplement. So, if you are looking for a natural alternative to joint supplements, it’s worth giving chicken feet a go.

2. Dental Health

  • While chicken feet might leave your dog’s breath smelling a little funny for a short time after eating, the crunching action through the feet helps to clean the teeth. This is due to the mild abrasion it creates on the outer enamel that scrapes away built-up left-over food and plaque.
  • Chicken feet can act as edible and fully digestible toothbrushes, supporting gum and dental health.

 Depending on the diet and the size of your dog,we recommend giving them between one to three feet per day. Please always observe your dog when feeding any chews. Also ensure that your canine has access to plenty of fresh water.

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