Fruitables Whole Jerky Grilled Duck Strips Dog Treats
Our puppy is definitely a foodie and this addition to his snacks has made him happy.
I thought these would be chewy but they were more rigid. My dog wasn't enthusiastic.
These jerky strips are thick and very hard to break into smaller bits. If you have a large dog that you want to keep busy chewing for 5-10 minutes, this would probably work well. But if you want to break the jerky into smaller bits either for training purposes or for a smaller dog, these jerky strips are not ideal.
I wanted to add variety to my puppy’s diet as for as treats. He eats chicken jerky, baked chicken diced and pork roast diced for treats. He also eats chicken, turkey, beef and bison slightly cooked with raw carrots, sweet potatoes or zucchini added after the meat has cooled along with bone meal and enzymes. He would not eat kibble or bought wet food when we brought him home at 9 1/2 weeks. He eats all his food now within 10 minutes 3 times a day. He gets a few treats during the day. I wish he liked the duck jerky, but he just plays with it so I will not reorder.