Duck Jerky All-Natural Treats for Dogs (48 oz.)
About this item
- Natural dog treats
- Grain and corn-free
- No preservatives or artificial flavors
- Real duck breast
Treat your dog to the delicious taste of Duck Jerky All-Natural Treats for Dogs (48 oz.).
Only 3 Ingredients
Duck Jerky All-Natural Treats for Dogs only contain three ingredients: duck breast, vegetable glycerin and salt. No preservatives, no grains or corn grains and no artificial colors, flavors or ingredients. Just three simple ingredients for your dog to enjoy. The duck breast is made from 100% high-protein and low-fat natural duck breast to give your dog the high-protein treat they need to help strengthen their muscles without adding fat to their bellies.
Why Is It Important to Have No Grains or Corn?
Duck Jerky All-Natural Treats for Dogs contain no grain or corn, and that's a good thing because most dog foods and dog treats use grain and corn as fillers to provide your dog with large amounts of carbohydrates and less amount of the more expensive proteins. Essentially, with corn and grain-heavy dog foods or dog treats, your dog only receives energy through carbs and gets low amounts of nourishing proteins. Dogs don't really need carbs in their diets; they've evolved from wolves and require a protein-heavy diet. Dog treats with heavy-grain fillers only provide your dog with empty calories. Meanwhile, the high-protein duck in these duck jerky dog treats provides your pup with a treat that actually provides the heavy balance of protein they need. With these all natural dog treats, your dog has a treat that tastes great and is also good for their well being.
What's Vegetable Glycerin?
Vegetable glycerin is likely the only ingredient of the three ingredients you didn't recognize. This ingredient is a sweetener commonly added to dog foods and human foods to make them a little sweeter without having to add sugars. Vegetable glycerin is better for your dog than sugar because it does not contribute to tooth decay.
For dogs under 10 pounds, serve only half a piece of the jerky once a day. Dogs weighing 11 to 25 pounds should be served 1 treat once a day, while dogs weighing 26 to 50 pounds can be fed 2 treats per day. Dogs over 50 pounds can be served 3 treats per day.