Zukes Z-Filets Grilled Chicken Strips
At Zuke's they understand that a high protein diet supports strength, vitality, and performance. That's why we created Z-filets. At over 80% pure beef, chicken, or venison, they're lean, wholesome and delicious – big time support for strong muscles and sturdy bones. But be warned, with all the extra energy protein provides, your dog may knock you over with impromptu licks of gratitude. Zuke's Z-Filets are choice cuts of premium meat that has been specially prepared to delight a dog's palate. The compaby starts wiht more than a pound of the finest chicken (they never use organ meats), then seasons with garlis and lightly dusts with rice flour and a pinch of sea salt for an ultra- healthy, high protein treat. Feed Z-Filet's and Fuel the Love.
- High-protein dog snack
- Premium protein source from pure meat
- Supports strength, health and vitality
- Easy to break into smaller pieces for small dogs or a high protein training treat
- Made in the USA with USA sourced meats, grains, fruits and vegetables
- Healthy, Natural dog treat
- Free of wheat, corn and soy
- Made without artificial colors, flavors or by-products
Where does the meat in Z-Filets come from?
Both the chicken and beef in Zuke's Z-Filets is from the USA. Z-Filets never import form unregulated sources or countries.
Why is there maple syrup in Z-Filets?
The small amount of maple syrup and salt in Z-Filets acts as a natural preservative. Because all Zuke's products are natural and don't contian anything artificial, the maple syrup and salt work together to keep Z-Filets fresh.
My dog has allergies; can I feed him Z-Filets?
Z-Filets, like all Zuke's products, are wheat, corn and soy free. If your dog has an allergy to wheat, corn or soy, Z-Filets may be a great product to try.
Help! My dog ate an entire bag of Z-Filets What should I do?
Don't worry – your dog may have an upset stomach and he could have diarrhea or gas, as can happen when dogs eat too much of anything. If you're still feeling concerned, we recommend that you talk to your dog's vet.