- Ideal for light & medium chewers
- Rich source of glucosamine and chondroitin for joint health
- Promotes dental health and help stimulate jaw muscles
- Low-odor, nail-free, fully digestible, naturally crunchy
- Single-ingredient: Chicken feet
- Hormone-free & chemical-free
- Made from 100% free-range Brazilian chicken
Pack: 6 count, 20 count
Ingredients: 100% free-range Brazilian chicken feet
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My dogs love the chicken feet! So crunchy & satisfying. And, I break toes off for a few of my cats that like to chew on and bat them around!
My grand dog Duqui, a dachshund, absolutely love these. He had to figure out how to hold onto it (the first one) to take the first bite. Now he’s a pro at it. After taking the first bite there’s no saving any for later. He’s doesn’t let go until it’s all gone. Then he sniffs around to cleanup the crumbs.
My dog loves them
I sent you a customer message earlier today, not sure if that’s why you sent me the review form, but I gave a chicken feed tree to my dog and she vomited within an hour or so after eating it. I waited a week because I wanted to see if that was truly what the issue was with her vomit. After the second chicken foot she vomited again. So I am asking for a refund. I purchased two packages.
Thank you so much for the feedback!
The safety and satisfaction of our customers and their furry companions are our utmost priorities at Natural Farm. Please rest assured that we send all of our product batches to a lab where they are tested for contamination (such as salmonella) to ensure their quality prior to distributing them to our valued customers. These batches are put into quarantine for a two-week period while we await lab results before we release them for fulfillment.
However, we cannot speak to what may have occurred to the product during transit. There is always a possibility that the bag may have become punctured in shipment, and thus the bag may have become contaminated under these sorts of circumstances. Furthermore, as soon as the bag is opened, the treats are handled, and they touch the floor, this also opens them up to contamination.
Please also read below for information on how to safely allow your pup to enjoy their new treats:
Just as you'd approach any addition to or change in your pet’s diet, it's important to introduce our chews slowly. This is especially important as they are very rich in protein. If your dog is not accustomed to a high protein intake and you do not follow the recommended guidelines, it may result in an upset stomach, diarrhea, or vomiting.
We recommend letting your dog chew their new treats for 5 minutes every day and increase gradually for around a week or until you're confident that they aren't causing any changes in their digestion. This introductory period is also essential in determining whether or not your dog is sensitive or allergic to a particular ingredient.
We also recommend allowing your pet only one treat per day.
Natural Farm Team
My pit-bull loves these