Avoid the most dangerous treat ever

Chicken Jerky treats are by far the most dangerous dog treat in the world! Aside from where and how they're processed, studies show they contain six illegal types of antibiotics. You'll still see chicken jerky in stores everywhere, but you want to avoid it at all costs, regardless of how tempting the price is! It's never worth the health of your dog!

Remember the saying "you get what you pay for", it can not ring more true than when we're talking about food and treats for our animals. Often times what's in theses treats is what is referred to as 4D meats (Diseased, Disabled, Dying or Dead) it's meat that most farmers simply give away or pay to have removed from their farm. Many pet "food" manufacturers are more than happy to save a buck or two and get the cheapest "meat" they can to process excessively and pass off as something your dog can eat and though your dog might actually eat what they've manufacturered, it doesn't mean they should nor that it's good for them! In some instances, it's even dangerous or deadly!

So why is bargain priced chicken jerky deemed the most dangerous treat EVER? Targeted screens of individual imported chicken jerky dog treats detected six illegal antibiotics in the product of several manufacturers. That means you'd be hard-pressed to find a "safe" one. Trimethoprim, tilmicosin, enrofloxacin, sulfaclozine, and sulfamethoxazole are NOT allowed in chicken at ANY level and were found in excessive and harmful amounts. Sulfaquinoxaline was found in chicken jerky treats as high as 8x what the US FDA allows.

There are fantastic treat options available for our furry family members and big bags of bargain priced chicken jerky are not them and can be lethal! When you're paying a realistic price for jerky treats and are able to verify where the ingredients come from and how it's made, you're getting your pet a much safer option! If you're looking for treats that are not only tasty but also good for your pet, we're always happy to help!

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