I got my chicken necks from a stall at a local fair, along with a pig trotter and some liver treats. The brand of these is Pet Care and when I went onto their website I found that they actually stock a lot of different products and you can even get it delivered so I will be going onto their site some time soon to purchase more dog related treats. As for the chicken necks, these ones are not raw, these ones have been dehydrated and are advertised on the site as an 'easily digestible' product.
We all know that my thoughts are not the ones that actually matter, it is the dogs! I gave these to my partners Miniature Schnauzer and his mothers Boxer cross Great Dane to see what they would think!
I am happy to say, they loved them. The Miniature Schnauzer has a short attention span at the best of times, but the minute he tried one of these he was hooked. He was also showing off all his tricks for one of these, so for him I would give them an eight and a half out of ten. The only downside to the necks, is that they are not bite sized enough for a little dog to use as training. Also, because they are quite crumbly and break apart, bits of them are left over the floor until the dog decides to lick them up. I have thought about pre-breaking them into smaller pieces for training, but before I knew it, the whole bag was gone, so I never got to try this. Once I get some more, which I will, I will do a quick update over on my instagram with the ideals of training with them.
My opinion, I would repurchase this. In the end, if I am happy to repurchase an item, it must mean it stood out to me. I think next time I purchase some, I might trial a different version of the necks so possibly raw and see if I get the same results from the dogs. For dehydrated though, I think it is something that if you own a dog you should at least try once as they do really enjoy them and they are pretty inexpensive. As always, thanks for reading!