4oz dried weight duck feet (approximately 6-7 pieces) per pouch
Simply Natural Air-Dried Duck Foot Chews are a natural source of chondroitin, calcium, and cartilage for joint health and mobility support (strengthens hips and joints). Fully digestible, nails and all!
Each pack contains 4 oz dried weight duck feet (approximately 6-7 pieces)
Excellent for cleaning teeth, removing plaque and tartar.
Air-dried at 130-135 degrees.
Light to medium level chew for dogs & cats of all ages.
Great for pets with chicken allergies.
For a softer chew or different texture and aroma, you can rehydrate the duck feet in hot water for 5-7 minutes.
Single Ingredient, No Preservatives, No Hormones, No Pesticides, No Antibiotics
Safety: Do not leave your pet unsupervised while enjoying these chews, especially if your pet likes to swallow food without chewing. Feed in moderation.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place or refrigerator for up to 60 days or freeze for up to 3 months.
When we first opened these our whole house went NUTS! Cats included! My dogs can’t get enough of these and love them!
My three dogs absolutely love these air-dried duck feet! They all come running as soon as they hear me opening the package. Not only do my dogs love them, I am so happy I give them such a nutritious (and delicious) snack.
Excellent for cleaning teeth!
My girls LOVED the duck feet. I have to put them in separate rooms because Maggie (golden retriever) inhales hers, Bindi Sue (lab) makes them last a little longer but Kennedy (lab mix) likes to take her time and savor it. Love it! Will definitely be ordering more!
I'm loving the duck feet. You guys are awesome and know the way to this old granny's heart!!!
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