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    I wanted to make up little baggies for our clients for various holidays, is there anywhere that you know of i can buy all natural chicken breast strips for wholesale price? Maybe a smal box of like 20 lbs or something?

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    Be very careful; a lot of the chicken jerky I have seen for sale is chinese; and if you go on line you will find lots of horror stories of dogs sickening and dying from imported jerky. Be sure t hat it is domestic.

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    • #3
      try this place http://www.thekingdompets.com/web/pr...tail.php?ID=90
      they have a wide variety of natural jerky treats for dogs..

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      • #4
        Costco

        I buy a 3lb bag of them at Costco for about $13 and they go along way. They are big pieces, but you can cut them into smaller pieces with kitchen shears.

        Just so you know they are made in China and distributed by Kingdom Pets out of California. Give the recent pet food scare where companies were used tainted processed food from china I was a little hesitant to give to any pets. But then I decided since they were just whole pieces of chicken dehydrated there shouldn't be tainted since nothing is being processed in with them. I could be way off here, but we have been buying them for two years without concern.

        I did stop giving them to one of my dogs because they give him gas something fierce...run you out of the room type of gas. We were feeding him a all natural dog food that contained chicken had to take him off of that as well. Now we just use a natural dog food with lamb and while it has not totally rid him of gas at least they don't stink.

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        • #5
          I called this company they do sell wholesale you must have a retail license for wholesale pricing however costoo does carry this product at close to same wholesale price.price varies by state and location. est price at costco is around $15. for a 3 lb pack.

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          • #6
            thanks for the info this is the brand ive gave my dogs for last couple years http://www.waggintrainbrand.com/prod...eytenders.html i get it from Sams club......i emailed the company about bulk ordering but no response yet.......

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DoggyDogGrooming View Post
              thanks for the info this is the brand ive gave my dogs for last couple years http://www.waggintrainbrand.com/prod...eytenders.html i get it from Sams club......i emailed the company about bulk ordering but no response yet.......
              Also made in China. Stinks...cuz until "the scare" I bought them. Since the scare...I purchase NOTHING made in China. Especially for my pets. Check labels carefully, if you care about such things.
              Recently, at a petsomething...I thought I stumbled on a similar product advertised all over the package as Louisiana blah-blah chicken. Took 4 minutes of scanning the finer print...but there it was..."imported from China".

              Instead of those things...you might want to check out Merrick's website. Healthy, made in the USofA treats...sold in bulk. Not dirt cheap (Merrick), but not supporting the companies that feel our pets are nameless, faceless, and expendable luxuries,....in their efforts to save a few bucks.
              Often it's not what you say, but how you say it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pooh13 View Post
                I called this company they do sell wholesale you must have a retail license for wholesale pricing however costoo does carry this product at close to same wholesale price.price varies by state and location. est price at costco is around $15. for a 3 lb pack.
                Good stuff!! I have been giving it to my dog for years without Incidence.

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                • #9
                  Home made chicken jerky recipe

                  For those interested in making your own chicken jerky treats I found this recipe .. as for the above post mentioned those are also made in china ( I did not see that until now) I myself prefer USA made for my pets.
                  http://www.cocothebloggingdog.com/20...ky-treats.html

                  Basic Chicken Jerky

                  1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breasts
                  1/4 cup olive oil
                  juice of 1 lemon
                  *optional - Trying adding ingredients to the marinade, like Dogswell treats. Such as dried cane molasses, flaxseed, peppermint, parsley, etc.

                  1. Cut the chicken into 5 inches long, 1 inch wide, and 1/4 inch thick.

                  2. In a bag, combine the oil, lemon juice, optional ingredients, and add chicken. Squeeze out the air in the plastic bag, making sure all the chicken surfaces are covered with marinade, and seal the bag. Refrigerate for 24 hours.

                  2. Preheat the oven to 300F. Remove the chicken from the bag, place in a glass baking dish, and bake for 30 minutes. Remove the chicken from the baking dish, reserving the cooking juice, which can be used as a sauce. Let chicken cool.

                  4. Place the baked chicken strips on mesh sheets in the drying trays. Dry for about 6to 8 hours, depending on the style of dehydrator, until the strips are leathery.
                  Makes 4 to 5 ounces.

                  If you don't have a dehydrator, you can dry them in the oven at about 145F, but it will take at least 4-6 hours.


                  as for the import scare for these types of products you may wish to review the FDA report below
                  http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/...ates/UCM054448

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                  • #10
                    yup

                    Originally posted by 4Sibes View Post
                    Since the scare...I purchase NOTHING made in China. Especially for my pets. Check labels carefully, if you care about such things.

                    Instead of those things...you might want to check out Merrick's website. Healthy, made in the USofA treats...sold in bulk. Not dirt cheap (Merrick), but not supporting the companies that feel our pets are nameless, faceless, and expendable luxuries,....in their efforts to save a few bucks.
                    I totally agree about buying stuff from China. And also try Jones Natural in addition to Merricks. Jones is from Illinois and at least some of their products are less pricey than comparable Merrick items.

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