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100% Natural Chicken Feet for Dogs | 1kg

100% Natural Chicken Feet for Dogs | 1kg

Our 100% Natural Chicken Feet are a delicious and nutritious air-dried treat for dogs. Approx 35-40 pieces per pack.

  • Rich in Protein
  • Packed With Collagen
  • No Artificial Chemicals
  • Helps Keep Teeth Clean


Our dried chicken feet for dogs are hypoallergenic, grain, gluten and lactose-free and produced using a traditional chemical-free air-drying process, meaning they are perfect for any diet.

Rich in collagen, they aid the skin and coat to keep them nice and healthy while also supporting your dog's natural joint health. Giving your dog our chicken feet means they are getting a grain free natural dog treat made from 100% natural ingredients.

How To Use

Our chicken feet are the perfect choice to use as a reward and long lasting dog chew. As with any treat, chicken feet should only be given to your dog as part of a balanced diet. Being low in fat and stacked with protein makes them a healthy snack that also comes with plenty of health benefits.


At Pets Purest, we use only 100% natural ingredients, meaning our dried chicken feet for dogs are made from only one thing. 100% chicken feet.

Yeah, that's it!

Shipping and Delivery

FREE Standard Tracked Delivery (3-5 working days) on all UK orders over £25.00.

For orders under £25.00 there is a flat charge of £3.99 for Standard Tracked Delivery (3-5 working days).

UK Next Day Tracked Delivery (1-2 working days) has a fee of £4.99.

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Chicken Feet

They are a low fat, high protein snack that tastes so scrumptious that your dog won’t be able to get enough of them.

Chicken feet for dogs are a great natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin, which helps to support your dog’s natural joint and hip mobility.

They also act as a natural doggy toothbrush! Our chicken feet have a slight texture that gently cleans away plaque and food from the teeth. Helping to keep your dog’s teeth clean and fresh, making them great, along with our dental treats for dogs.

  • 100% Natural

    We provide a range of 100% natural treats, supplements and hygiene products to help keep pets feeling healthy from the inside out!

  • No Artificial Nasties

    All of our products are free from artificial chemicals, preservatives and fillers found in many alternative mass-produced brands.

  • Over 1 Million Happy Pets

    We're passionate about pet wellbeing, supporting them on their journey of daily wellness and lifelong happiness!

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Your questions answered

Frequently Asked Questions

Are chicken feet good for dogs?

Yes, our chicken feet dog treats are made from 100% natural ingredients, meaning there are no artificial chemicals, preservatives, or fillers that can be found in more mass produced chicken feet brands. Being both delicious and nutritious, your dog will love them while also enjoying the health benefits.

What are the benefits of chicken feet for dogs?

Chicken feet have many amazing health benefits for your dog. Being naturally rich in both glucosamine and chondroitin makes them able to support both joints and mobility in your dog.

The benefits don’t just end there, with chicken feet for dogs also being full of protein, containing fewer calories than processed meat products, and also containing vitamins and nutrients.

Can puppies eat chicken feet?

Puppies are able to eat chicken feet, but only once they have adult teeth. For this reason, we recommend that you do not allow any puppy under four months old to have chicken feet.

Instead of chicken feet, why not check out our puppy training treats?

How many chicken feet can I give my dog?

While chicken feet are packed with health benefits, it is still not advised to give them too many. For moderation, you should give your dog only 1-2 feet a day if they are considered a smaller breed, and only 2-3 for medium and larger dogs.

Being low in calories makes them the perfect small snack, but too much of anything is a negative, so make sure to keep an eye on how many your pup has had day to day.

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