Reward your canine companion with Zuke’s Mini Naturals Chicken Recipe Training Dog Treats! These mini, wag-worthy rewards are crafted with the earth’s best ingredients, including real chicken first and whole foods like berries and savory herbs. Crafted with vitamins and minerals and at less than 3 calories per treat, they make the paw-fect guilt-free rewards for your pup. And you’ll love that they are free from corn, wheat and soy and come in a resealable pouch, so you can bring them along with you on all your ex-paw-ditions!
- Real chicken is the #1 ingredient.
- Wholesome, tender mini bites for all your dog’s training adventures.
- Each treat contains less than 3 calories for guilt-free rewarding.
- Crafted with natural ingredients, including whole food berries.
- 100% free from corn, wheat and soy.
Chicken, Rice, Barley, Malted Barley Extract, Vegetable Glycerin, Tapioca Starch Modified, Cherries, Natural Flavor, Potato Protein, Sunflower Oil, Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Dried Cultured Whey Product, Phosphoric Acid, Turmeric Spice, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Proteinate, Citric Acid For Freshness, Mixed Tocopherols For Freshness.
2,794 kcal/kg, 2.0 kcal/treat
Feed Mini Naturals Chicken Recipe as a treat, a training aid, or reward for your dog. For the safety of your pet, always supervise when feeding. Limit feeding to 3 treats per every one pound of body weight per day. Serve treats responsibly as part of your dog’s diet. Provide fresh, clean water at all times and reseal the package after feeding to preserve freshness. Not for human consumption.
My “Go To” training treats. –
As a professional dog trainer, I have tried many different types of treats and the Zukes Chicken Flavor are my favorite. The majority of dogs like all Zukes and they are the perfect size and consistency for a training treat.
My two dogs love them! –
I have two dogs that love these treats. They are small for them and good for all size dogs when using them for training purposes. Essie waits patiently at my feet for her treat and Phoebe woofs softly to remind me they are waiting.