Healthy Treats – Freeze-Dried Chicken

Freeze-dried chicken treats are some of the best foods with which to pamper your pets. They are natural chicken, crumbly, and according to my pets, VERY delicious. I have purchased a small 2 ounce bag and it lasted at least a month between all three pets because all I really have to give them is a “dusting” of a larger piece. They think I am the best person ever!

I especially like that I don’t have to cook up natural treats myself. It’s already done for me and I know they will stay fresh for a while since they are freeze-dried – a big bonus for full-time RV living. So far my favorite company is Cat-Man-Doo because they are made in the USA and I don’t have to worry about where the ingredients came from. I feel comfortable knowing that my pets are getting a healthy treat!


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Pros: Cons:
Natural ingredient Not good for training (too hard to break into small bites)
Can last a long time/stays fresh Not for pets with chicken allergies
Your pets will very likely love it Prices vary by company

Please share your favorite stuff.

  • Do you use other natural treats for your dog or cat?
  • What brands do you love?

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Jeannie / Lead Writer, Tires & Tails

Hi, I'm Jeannie! I'm a full-time RVer with a lifelong need for travel. I used to be an elementary school teacher and had a dog training business in Washington State. I have had numerous pets throughout my life, and love to travel with them. I started my full time RV adventure with one dog and two cats. I currently have a dog who comes with my husband and me on our traveling adventures.

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