Bulk Chicken Feet

Bulk Chicken Feet

7-12 lb bag

Frozen, clean and ready to use

Chicken feet are a delicacy in many parts of the world, and can be deep-fried, steamed, grilled, stir fried, or used to make rich bone broths

Chicken Feet for Dogs
Chicken feet contain high concentrations of glucosamine and chondroitin, which are the ingredients often found in canine joint supplements. Glucosamine and chondroitin are the building blocks for joint cartilage, they help improve your dog’s overall joint health and are beneficial for conditions such as arthritis and hip dysplasia, so they are a natural alternative to joint supplements. 

They are also great for cleaning teeth and gums.

Aren't Chicken Bones Dangerous for Dogs?
Most of us have at least once received the well-intended advice to never give chicken bones to a dog. No matter how often repeated, this advice is only partially correct. It is true that the bones of cooked, boiled or fried chicken should not be given to a dog. The high cooking temperatures turn chicken bones into hard, glass like structures, which breaks into sharp and pointy splinters if dogs chew on them. These splinters can cause serious injuries. Raw or dehydrated (dried) chicken bones, are both considered safe. In contrast to cooked chicken bones, their texture is rather soft and brittle. When chewed, they will crush, but not break into pointy objects. They are fully digestible for dogs.

There is no need to give these feet a pedicure by clipping off the nails before feeding them to your four-legged friend.