Campfire Treats’ dehydrated cod skins for dogs are a savory, irresistibly tasty chew for canines of all sizes.
These all-natural, single-ingredient cod skins for dogs are free of any additives, colors, fillers or preservatives. They are also grain-free and gluten-free. This makes Alaskan Crunch™ an ideal treat for dogs with a sensitive stomach, or with allergies to protein sources like poultry or beef.
Alaskan Crunch™ is high in protein and contains only 1% fat. This makes these fish skins a healthy, guilt-free treat for dogs on a diet. Additionally, the act of gnawing on these crunchy cod skins naturally supports the gum and dental health of your dog.
These crispy fish skin treats are made from 100% sustainably wild-caught Alaskan cod. Every piece is hand-rolled, and dehydrated in small batches in our Northern California kitchen.
A healthy low-fat chew for dogs of all sizes and life-stages
Supports dental and gum health
Ideal for dogs with a sensitive stomach and/or allergies to poultry or beef
Free of any additives, colors, fillers or preservatives
Sourced and made in the USA
Ingredients: Dehydrated cod skins
Content: 10 Sticks | 4.5 oz
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Calorie Content: 3,030 kcal/kg; 86 kcal/oz
Dog Size: Small, medium, large, giant
Life-Stage: Puppy, young, adult, senior
Feeding Instructions: This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. 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.
Absolutely! The cod skin sticks break quite easily.
Many of our customers are telling us how surprised they are that these fish skins have very little smell.
My two Yorkie-Shih Tzu dogs love them!
I break them into short portions.
They are expensive but I’m very happy that they are pure Alaskan cod skins that are dehydrated in California, not imported from China. I give my dogs only the best!!
Woof! I absolutely love these! I wish my mom would give them to me more often! She keeps saying I need to sit and be good. Whatever! Woof!
Afterwards, mom has to sweep up the scales that I leave behind. She doesn't seem to mind. Woof!