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Chicken Tenders

Chicken Tenders

Regular price $20.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $20.00 USD
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  • 2 oz dried weight = about 8oz fresh wt.
  • 4 oz dried weight = about 16oz fresh wt.
  • 8oz dreid wt. = about 2lbs fresh wt.

Chicken breast/tender is lean in protein and make great meal toppers or high value treats that are easy to break up into smaller pieces

📸: @corgi.ava, @o.its.ori


  • Add it to a meal as part of their 80% muscle meat intake
  • Meal topper
  • High value training treats


Chicken is considered to be a "warming" protein. Dogs that run cold are always seeking warmth. Warming proteins can help dogs that suffer from stiff joints and arthritis especially in the winter months.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, food is energy and the primary concept is to have balance. The food theory is divided into cooling proteins (Yin), warming proteins (Yang) and neutral proteins.


  • Best to freeze upon receiving.


  • Made from human-grade meat
  • Sourced and made in California
  • USDA certified
  • Pasture-raised
  • Hormone and antibiotic-free
  • No preservatives
  • No additives
  • Non-GMO
  • Single-ingredient
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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Nikolette + Belle
Another Great Training Treat

Similar to the Pork Loin, this is a great training treat! Thinly sliced and easy to break up into smaller pieces. So easy that sometimes the piece is smaller their my pinky nail! All the same, Belle loves it at any size.

Maricruz + Lizzie

Lizzie (@lizzie_maltipoo) loves her some chicken. At first I was hesitant to get her these because in the past I’ve noticed some itching and watery eyes come from her. These didn’t do that to her at all! She really enjoys them and her pals too.

Angie (@meet_miso)
My dog's FAVORITE!

I don't give her these treats very often cause this is very high value for her. She becomes the most obedient pup around these treats! I usually give it to her on our walks and when I do, she stays on heel most of the time. Now, I can't take out any other treats.