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Kingdom Pets Premium Dog Treats

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48-Ounce
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Made from Chicken Breast Fillet
  • High protein, low fat
  • No Artificial Colors or Flavors
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Product Description

Size: 48-Ounce

Our Kingdom Pets philosophy comes from the desire to provide a highly nutritious treat our pets would love to eat. Even further, we wanted to produce a product that was made from only 100% natural ingredients. As pet owners ourselves, we want our family members to have the products that keep them healthy and happy. After all, what better way is there to show how much we care for our dog than with a tasty treat they love to eat?

Product Details

Size: 48-Ounce
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 5 x 10 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001C15JCU
  • Item model number: 169728
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (621 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #279 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Ingredients
Chicken, Vegetable Glycerin, Salt.

Directions
Kingdom Pets Chicken Jerky is a delicious dog treat It is not a substitute for your dog's regular food. The amount of regular food and treats should be adjusted based on your dogs ideal body weight condition, age, activity and environment. Overfeeding a dog is not healthy and can sometimes be harmful. For smaller dogs, we recommend breaking the jerky into bite-size pieces. When feeding the jerky, always remember to provide plenty of fresh water. Feed adult dogs as a reward or treat. Give 1 treat per 15 pounds of your dogs weight not to exceed 4 treats per day.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

165 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 22, 2013
Size: 48-Ounce Verified Purchase
I'm a former Vet Tech and decided to try this chicken jerky after seeing all the recalls in the stores and the empty shelves that were left. I didn't know it was made in China until receiving the bags. I decided to give it to my dogs, one piece each. A couple of days after giving it to them before dinner each night, my two German Shepherds and an Australian Shepherd began having runny stools. A couple of days later, still giving them each one piece right before their dinner, I noticed all 3 eating grass in the back yard. Not being sure if it was the chicken jerky or not, I stopped giving it to them for three days in a row and their stool returned to normal. So I began giving them chicken jerky again only for their runny stools to show up again, and tonight 4/22/13, my 3-year old GSD threw up the chicken jerky all over the bed. THE JERKY I RECEIVED IS TAINTED WITH SOMETHING. It either has Salmonella in it or something else that makes my dogs sick. I'm lucky they're large dogs because I believe it may have killed a smaller breed. Amazon.com needs to stop selling this chicken jerky immediately!

I have photos (not that most people would want to see dog vomit and runny stool, but the vomit clearly shows it's chicken jerky that came up) but there is no way to add them to this review.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Michele VanHorn on August 31, 2013
Size: 48-Ounce
Google it, says so under FAQ in the website. Your dog may like it, and not get sick from it, but that says nothing about kidney damage that may be happening. If you love your dog enough to give them treats, please be responsible enough to research what Might happen. So many dogs have loved eating something and then ended up with irreparable kidney damage and sadly, death. I was one of the lucky ones. My dog absolutely loves all chicken jerky, but after a year, she started throwing up blood. Long story short, stopped the chicken jerky and she got better. Doctor and I hope that no permanent damage done but we don't know. Too many dogs have died. Read labels and don't assume that because your dogs eat it and don't get sick that no damage is being done. How many times can a person run a stop sign and not get hit but one day you're not going to be so lucky. Shame on Amazon for selling this poison!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Carol on October 23, 2013
Size: 48-Ounce
This link will give you the news about Kingdom Pets Chicken Jerky, and all other 'treats' from China to AVOID. It's important to read it. My 60 pound Golden is suffering after eating them.
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113 of 139 people found the following review helpful By cyberita on April 3, 2010
Size: 48-Ounce
Last October I purchased a 3-pound bag of this product at Costco and stuck it in my panty until my French Bulldog puppy was old enough to chew it. At seven months, I unsealed the bag and gave her one piece. I could tell that she loved the taste as I watched her consume it.

The next day, she wasn't at all interested in her morning feeding (this never happened before) and she was acting very weird. She was making very strange postures with her body (in hindsight this was probably a mild seizure). Then I noticed that during the night, she had had some bouts of diarrhea out of her dog potty on my laundry room floor. I took her to her vet and she sent in a fecal test to the lab. (The next day, the test came back negative.) The vet told me to feed her rice and chicken and gave me a feeding schedule along with Fortiflor powder to put on her food to build up the "good" bugs in her digestive tract. The vet diagnosis was that of Colitis.

Unfortunately, I didn't associate the eating of the chicken jerky treat with this incident so about two months later, I gave her another one of these treats and like before, she relished it. The next morning, again she was acting listless and wouldn't go near her morning feeding. This time she had fresh blood stains around her anus. I freaked out. I went to the laundry room and there was bloody diarrhea all over the place. I immediately took her to see her vet. Again, the vet sent in a fecal test which came back negative the next day. This time the vet prescribed a medication for Giardia (just in case) and an antibiotic and told me to put her on the rice and chicken diet again. My puppy was on this medication for a week to 10 days (I don't remember exactly).
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dwayne R on November 25, 2013
Size: 48-Ounce
This is one of many items that is known to cause kidney failure / death in dogs. My beloved dog passed away due to kidney failure a few days ago. We had been feeding this 'treat' to our dog for a few years.. it was his favorite treat. Upon research, we were basically feeding him dried death sticks. After our vet gave him a blood test and reviewed his diet, she said that the chicken jerky that we have been feeding him had been slowing destroying his kidney.

He was 4 years old.

Kingdom Pets, Waggin Train (sold at Costco for many months), Duck Jerky. Stay away from all of these... stay away from anything made in China. Food, treats, toys, anything.

If you have been feeding these treats to your dog, and are seeing ANY of the following signs, run (don't walk) to the vet and get checked before it is 'too late' :
-Decreased appetite
-Decreased activity/energy
-Vomiting (esp. yellow foamy vomit)
-Diarrhea, sometimes with blood;
-Increased water consumption; and/or Increased urination.
-Urine that is always clear

If you want to cash in on your dog's life insurance.. this is the treat for you.

Otherwise, do yourself a favor. Stay far, far away from anything made in China.

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