Scout & Zoe's chicken jerky is USDA grade A boneless, skinless chicken breast. There are no hormones added, it is antibiotic free, and the chickens are raised in Indiana and Ohio, free range. Scout and Zoe's also released a new dog treat in the sweet potato line, too. These sweet potatoes have been raised in Texas, Arizona and California. They are USDA grade A Fancy sweet potatoes and contain no chemicals, no preservatives. Both raw products are obtained from food distributors who sell product to restaurants. “Our chicken and potatoes could have been on your dinner plate. Human grade,” Cindy Dunston Quirk tells Fidose of Reality.
The chicken jerky is sliced into thin filets and dehydrated into chicken jerky gold. Sweet potatoes are sliced into thin ribbons and dehydrated to crispy perfection. There is no salt, nothing added. “I love to eat these. Scout, Zoe and I test the crispiness of each batch,” Cindy says. (if humans eat them, then of course our doggies are safe with them!)
I would not recommend any product to you unless I’d feed it to my very own dog. Well, Puppy Relations (PR) Manager, Dexter, tested out the sweet potato and chicken jerky treats. You can check out the new line of Scout & Zoe's chicken jerky treats and sweet potato treats for dogs by hopping over here: Scout and Zoe's online store for dog treats
Meantime, take a peek at the taste test and our review on Scout and Zoe’s treats:
We were not compensated for this review but we did receive complimentary product to try out, as you can see we did.