Friday, February 8, 2013

Do You Trust Your Chicken Jerky Dog Treats?

You can win these Made in the USA
dog treats from Hill's
Chicken jerky treats for dogs have certainly been a hot topic for the past few years. Throughout 2011, the FDA saw an increase in the number of complaints it received of dog illnesses associated with chicken jerky products imported from China. And it seems we keep reading about these stories.

The good news is there are plenty of treats made and sourced right here in the USA. I know lots of my friends look for the Made in the USA label before buying any treats.

So we were excited to hear from our pals at Hill's about a fun giveaway for Made in the USA dog treats. Read all the way down to enter!

What Hill’s wants you to know is their entire line of Hill’s® Ideal Balance™ treats are all made in the USA, naturally preserved with no artificial colors or flavors and made from only the best ingredients.  

So whether you choose the Ideal Balance Jerky Strips with real chicken or the one's with real beef, you can buy them with confidence.


Rocco wants you to know that Hill's Ideal Balance Jerky Strips
 with Real Beef are made in the USA too. Rocco's doing a good job
learning to pose for pictures, don't you think?! 
Enough talk... let's give away some treats!

Enter to win 

Enter via Rafflecopter below to win TWO bags of Hill’s® Ideal Balance™Jerky Strips with Real Chicken.   So you can share one and spread the love or just keep them all for yourself! We'll pick 10 WINNERS!

Prizes must be mailed to a U.S. mailing address. Enter by February 16 for a chance to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. I've just bought a book on baking homemade dog treats, at least then i will know what Sheba's eating.

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  2. I don't give any chicken jerky treats. At least not until all the hoopla has gone.

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  3. Prince Poodle begs for treats with sad, big eyes.

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  4. Glad to see there are treats we can trust!

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  5. I have been giving Science diet treats but in Beef. Not because I don't trust the chicken, but because my dog has a food allergy to poultry, so I try to avoid it.

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  6. Shiner will Sit, Shake, and sometimes lay down for treats... she's a little stubborn with the lay down though!

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  7. After first outing of the day they get their treats so when they come in they stand and look like perfect little angels for their treats!

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  8. they will sit, shake, wave, smile,dance, rollover, give hugs and kisses

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  9. My dogs give me a high five or bark and howl along to the song how much is that doggie in the window : )

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  10. Most of my dogs usually sit for treats, but even the ones that don't sit get them because they deserve it. :)

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  11. My dogs will catch a treat, shake, spin and sit.

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  12. Simple answer? NO! We've been making our own beef jerky for years now, it's not that hard at all.

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  13. He'll sit then roll over then sit then roll over...

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  14. Maya and Pierson will do lots of spin tricks for their treats. I might even get Pierson to jump through hoops for them!

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  15. Oscar works for chicken jerky treats every night after dinner. He will sit, come, ask, down, paw, and high five. He also poops for treats. (He's pad trained and expects a reward each time.) And, he always gets a bite of chicken jerky as a bye-bye treat if I'm going somewhere that he is not allowed to go. Actually, I don't think there is any limit to what he would do for chicken jerky treats -- that's why we don't take chances with the origin of the treats.

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  16. What a great idea Hills came up with. All dogs like jerky now theres a healthy option!

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  17. Yay! I can't believe I won for Maya & Pierson! Pierson will be jumping through hoops for sure!!! :0)

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