Campfire Treats’ beef trachea for dogs is a delicious, long-lasting chew, recommended for medium to extra-large breeds at all life-stages.
This all-natural and fully digestible dog chew is a healthy alternative to rawhide. With lots of rich, beefy flavor in every bite, this single-ingredient treat is satisfying and safe for your dog to enjoy.
Beef trachea offers valuable health benefits. Cattle windpipes are rich in nutrients like glucosamine and chondroitin, which are both known to support the joint health and mobility of dogs. Furthermore, the gnawing on the crunchy texture and grooves of this treat helps to remove the plaque and tartar build-up on your dog’s teeth.
We prepare these savory chews in small batches in our Northern California kitchen. Each piece comes with some extra fat trimmings for an enticing flavor your pup will love.
Campfire Treats’ beef trachea for dogs is made of pasture-raised, grass-fed and USDA certified cattle, which is sourced from local family farms.
Pieces range from 7 to 8 inches in length.
A safe and long-lasting treat, suitable for strong chewers
Provides a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin, which have both shown to aid joint health and mobility in dogs
Promotes gum and dental health, as the gnawing on this chew helps to remove plaque and tartar build up
All-natural and healthy. This chew is entirely free of antibiotics, hormones, additives, colors, fillers or preservatives
Sourced and made in the USA
Ingredients: Dehydrated beef trachea
Content: 3 pieces
Crude Protein (min.)
Crude Fat (min.)
Crude Fiber (max.)
Calorie Content: 4,510 kcal/kg; 159 kcal/oz
Dog Size: Medium, large, giant
Life-Stage: Puppy, young, adult, senior
Feeding Instructions: Feed as treat. Always supervise your dog when feeding any treats or chews. Please ensure that your dog has always access to plenty of fresh water.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Reseal bag after opening.
Got for my Lab for the health benefits. She likes chewing on them, but they must be something special to her, because she really prefers burying or hiding them. I've never seen her do that with any other treat.