Campfire Treats’ split turkey necks for dogs are a fully digestible, meaty chew for medium to giant breeds.
Turkey necks are rich in protein, and naturally high in chondroitin and glucosamine, which supports joint health and mobility. Dehydrated turkey necks are also great for your dog's dental health, as they naturally clean your canine's teeth while they chew.
These crunchy treats are made of USDA certified turkey, which we source from local family farms.
These turkey necks arecut in half. Pieces range from 3.5 to 6 inches in length.
Rich in glucosamine and chondroitin to support joint health and mobility
A nutritious dental chew, which naturally helps to remove plaque and tartar
Suitable for dogs on a raw diet
No antibiotics, hormones, additives, colors, fillers or preservatives
Sourced and made in the USA
Ingredients: Dehydrated turkey necks
Crude Protein (min.)
Crude Fat (min.)
Crude Fiber (max.)
Calorie Content: 3,860 kcal/kg; 109 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.
Dehydrated turkey necks are a healthy and safe dog chew. The texture of the neck bones is rather brittle. When chewed, the bones will crush, but not break into pointy objects. Campfire Treats’ dehydrated turkey necks are fully digestible.
Never give any cooked, boiled or fried turkey bones to your dog. The high cooking temperatures give turkey bones a hard, glass like structure, which may break into sharp and pointy splinters. These splinters may cause serious injuries to your dog.
Depending on the size and diet of your dog, we recommend giving your dog up to seven split turkey necks per week.
Our two dogs big and little, still love these treats, that replaced their beloved chicken feet, after we found out both dogs were allergic to chicken. The big dog gobbles his up, but the small dog spends about five minutes on hers!