Campfire Treats’ dehydrated chicken hearts will awaken your dog’s primal instincts. Your pooch will immediately start to drool, and do almost anything to get one more of these single-ingredient treats.
Chicken hearts are packed with protein and a unique set of nutrients. Along with important amino acids that help build muscle, chicken hearts are especially rich in iron and zinc. These trace-minerals are vital for multiple important functions, including the oxygen transport throughout your canine’s body.
These healthy treats are made from antibiotic-free, USDA certified chicken, which we source from a California family farm.
A nutritious and highly enticing treat for dog of all sizes and life stages
Suitable for dogs on a raw diet
Free of any antibiotics, hormones, steroids, additives or preservatives
Made in California from humanely raised slow-growth chickens that are hatched, raised and harvested in the USA
Animal welfare certified by Global Animal Partnership (G.A.P.) and fully compliant with all requirements of the Better Chicken Commitment
Ingredients: Chicken Hearts
Content: 4.5 oz
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Crude Fiber (max.)
Calorie Content: 3,370 kcal/kg; 95 kcal/oz
Dog Size: Small, 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.
We source our chicken hearts from animal welfare certified family farms in Northern California.
Yes! We make these gently dehydrated chicken hearts in our own commercial kitchen in Rocklin, CA.
I purchased the cod skins, chicken necks, beef and chicken livers for our 9 month old German Wirehair Pointer. She loves all of them. I am happy to support a California small business. Especially one that makes no nonsense dog treats. :)
I do believe these are the healthiest treats for your pups. My Suki (a beagle fox hound mix) simply loves these. Her favorite are the Alaskan salmon skins, the split turkey necks and any type of organ meat. Glad I found you folks on line.