My dog is very picky. We just moved here from Canada. When we lived in Canada, he only ate one type of treat, which was a duck jerky. But, I can't find the same brand here. So I bought this brand for him. He loves it. I was so happy that I could find something for him. Then he started having diarrhea. At the beginning I totally didn't associate it to this product. I thought the diarrhea would go away after a day or two, because that's usually the case. Then it dragged on. I thought it was strange, but still didn't think it was caused by this duck jerky. A couple of days ago my dog seemed really sick. He got up at 5am and wanted to go out to eat grasses. For the whole day he looked sick and didn't eat anything. In the evening he got a little better. On the next day his poop was normal. I decided not to feed him anything that day to cleanse his gut. Today I started feeding him normally including giving him a couple of duck jerky. Then he had diarrhea again. So now I am pretty sure his gut issue has been caused by this jerky. I am very disappointed. Not just that it made my dog sick, but I also have to search for another treat for him.
I’ve been trying all of the brands of these types of treats since my Shiba Inu absolutely loves them. This brand she liked, but I wasn’t a fan. They are fairly soft compared to others, and have more odor than I like. Otherwise, Pandora took them eagerly, and they are a decent price.
My dog now wants one every time he comes in from outside! I have to limit him! lol
My dogs love this treat. I plan on continuing my purchase of this snack.
These are good quality dog treats at an affordable price.
These were of consistent quality as higher priced ones. Larget package good also!
Try twisting one of these to break it in half, you'll find a string - My guess is that this is heavily dissolved duck parts, processed and then recongealed around a string to form the strips - (used to be made in the U.S., not anymore)
Our German Shepherd loves these. Just wish they were thicker and longer.
These are nice and thinly sliced which make them excellent for small, old dogs who have lost some teeth. For years mine ate duck strips from the local supercenter, so they are OK, but as they got older they became too tough and they begin to just lay around on the floor. Now they can have their beloved Duck Strips again!
My dogs eat these right up! And we love Chewy! What an awesome company!