All Natural Chicken Strips
A #1 Best Seller! Dr. Bob created our All Natural Chicken Strips because our very own Little Lulu (Lhasa Apso) absolutely loved chicken jerky. We didn't feel confident with the chicken products that were on the market, so we asked Dr. Bob to make them for us. He sourced humanely-raised, American chicken and found a human food manufacturing plant to make them. Voila! We finally had the best chicken treat for Lulu and all of your dogs too.
These simply delicious, low-fat, low-calorie Chicken Strips are high in protein with an incredible flavor to savor. And, we proudly make them in Lancaster County, PA.
Ingredients: Chicken Breast, Vegetable Glycerin (USP)
Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein: 50% Minimum Crude Fat: 2% Minimum Crude Fiber: 1% Maximum Moisture: 21% Maximum
Calorie Summary: 2744 kcal/kg and 77.80 kcal/oz.
The lean and clean
- Humanely-raised, American chicken without antibiotics, artificial growth hormones, or steroids
- No carbohydrates and gluten free
- No wheat, corn, or soy, and grain free
- No added salts or sugars
- No chemicals or additives - ever.
Bag size: 8 oz.
Recommended Feeding Guidelines:
5-10 lbs. - 1 strips per day
11-20 lbs. - 1-2 strips per day
21-80 lbs. - 1-3 strips per day
81+ lbs. - 1-4 strips per day
More than anything, size matters and supervision counts.
Dogs chew as a form of play, they chew to eat, they chew out of boredom, and they chew because it makes their taste buds happy. Dogs choose to chew – but, it’s up to us as pet parents to supervise their chew choices to keep this activity both fun and safe.
Make sure to always pick the right size for your dog (For longer-lasting chews, please choose a chew that is larger than the mouth). Keep a close watch for small, torn off, and unrolled pieces (If this occurs, gently remove these immediately). Always monitor your dogs and cats while they chew and be sure they have plenty of fresh, clean water nearby. If they cannot be supervised, remove the chew from their reach.
And remember, any chew, food, snack, toy, and even sticks and stones, have the potential to cause choking. For your dog or cat to experience the most enjoyable chewing experience depends on the dog’s size, health, and chewing preferences. Know your dog’s CHEW IQ.