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Soo, on a whim, I picked up these chicken feet treats thinking I'd give my dogs something new and random...they have been in my cupboard for a month because 1) on closer inspection they have pretty sharp pieces and a note that says to watch for splintering. and 2) I'm pretty sure I've heard Dentley's to be a bad treat brand but it may be only their jerky treats.

Would you give these to your dogs? They were cheap enough that I don't really want to return them but if they will do more harm than good obviously I'll just pitch them.. am I being overly protective?

The fact that there are zero reviews anywhere on the internet for these specific treats also freaks me out. :eyeroll:
 

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I'd be suspicious of any treat where you can't identify the source of the ingredients. Particularly poultry since that is the suspect with jerky.

I would not give these to my dog
 

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Are the chicken feet actual raw feet, or something else? If they are actual raw feet they are just fine, toenails and all.

The other, being I guess a commercial product I would be leary of but I don't know what they are.
 

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They aren't raw they're cooked. Package says made in Mexico.
 

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Sounds like I'll pitch them. I normally don't buy treats like that haha it was a weird impulse buy.
 
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If they are cooked and have bone, that's really bad. Bone should never be eaten cooked.
I knew I read that somewhere. It came back to me when I read the warning on the package that it may splinter. *shrug*

Thanks for the feedback you guys! :)
 
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