Features human grade, white meat, cage-free chicken breast packaged in the U.S. No preservatives. Fully cooked before being freeze-dried. Available in 3 different sizes of treats – regular, littles, and sprinkles.
Treats are pricey and can get crushed into dust in transit.
Freeze-dried chicken breast treats can be used for dogs or cats. Treats are packaged in a jar with a lid for extra protection and an easy way to keep the treats fresh. Company donates a bowl of cat or dog food to animal shelters for every jar sold.
Some customers noted a decrease in quality with fewer treats per jar and a harder consistency.
Includes only human-grade chicken breast. Low fat but high in protein. Can be used for cats or dogs. Customers noted the chicken appears to be high quality.
Most packages contain a fair amount of treats that have been crushed into dust.
Features human-grade wild-caught salmon. A great source of omega 3 fatty acids, which help improve joints, skin, and your cat's coat. Can be used for dogs as well.
Skin is still attached to many treats, which is hard and can be a choking hazard.
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If you have a cat who is a picky eater, or one with food allergies, freeze-dried treats can be a great option. Since these treats typically feature a single ingredient, it's easy to avoid any food allergies your cat might have. The most common varieties are chicken and salmon, which most cats love. Many pet owners use the treats as a food topper as well to get finicky cats to eat their regular food. The freeze-drying process does make the treats brittle, however, so treats getting crushed to dust is a common issue. These treats are typically much more expensive than many other cat treats, but they're also much higher quality.