Waggin' Train Compliment - Bow Wow Wow! - Duck Products (Jerky Tenders and Jerky Sticks)

Review by BokiBean on 2009-06-15
My three dogs are kinda spoiled, and they get a lot of different kinds of treats, but these duck products that I got from Big Lots (where else) just really make them ecstatic!

For the jerky tenders ($2.50 per pack) there are only 2 ingredients: 98% duck breast, and 2% natural flavorings. For the sticks ($2.00 per pack), there are a couple more ingredients, but the first one listed is also duck breasts.

Do yourself and your best friend a favor and get some of these if you see them!
Comments:21 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-06-17
Posted by MRM on 2009-06-15:
Bow wow wow, yippi yo, yippi yay
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
Will swing by Big Lots and pick some up. We try to get her to eat the "healthy" treats the vet carries but she hates them. She likes the Chicken strips from Costco but the price on those seems to go up every week. (like everything else)
Posted by Lofty Loft on 2009-06-15:
My dog and our neighbor's dogs LOVE the WAGGIN TRAIL CHICKEN JERKY we buy from COSTCO. Yes, the price has been going up, but we are so happy COSTCO carries them. I was interested in the ingredients and called the company before COSTCO carried them because we wanted to purchase them locally. I was told at that time that even humans could eat them. They are 100% chicken. Not suggesting anyone do this, but it was good to know there wasn't anything in the chicken strips that could hurt our precious animal.
Posted by S. on 2009-06-15:
Aha! Now the mystery is solved. Boki buys up the duck breasts for her pooches, while I have to pay Omaha Steak Co. almost $70 for 4 10-oz. Duck Breasts with orange sauce. Discrimination I tell ya'. Just because I don't have a tail draggin' behind me, I have to pay more.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
Ponie, the best duck I ever had was in Europe. MMMMMMMMmmmmmmm..drooling just thinking about it.

We have a duck that regularly visits our front lawn (my husband feeds and waters her) that I have my eye on.. I'm just sayin'.

Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
I hear pigon is good.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
I heard pigeon was good, too, Wally.
I'm game. Are you buyin' or huntin'?
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
I got plenty of them on my doorstep, gets out the BB gun.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-15:
Duck is good! But there's not a lot of meat on them..

Ponie, these ducks...for some reason I just know, we wouldn't want them.

I never had pigeon, but my brother rehabbed one back into the streets haha.

Thanks everybody for the helpful votes! Oh wait, you lazy barstards didn't vote! :D
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
C'mon, now. I voted.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-15:
Nah, you were daydreamin' about that fat duck!

(Your hubby sounds nice, I love guys who love animals).
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-15:
super, all the health stuff from the vets is just raccoon food after my boys turn their nose up at it. This chihuahua with bladder stones...will NOT eat any of the food recommended for his condition, but these raccoons do.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
Boki, the only animal he's GOT on me is squirrel. I've never had it.

Yes, also, he is an animal lover.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-15:
I tried squirrel years ago and liked it, but I can't remember what it tastes like. Better than rabbit, that's for sure!

My hubby is an animal lover too. We've been working on a turtle for two weeks that he accidentally hit with the lawnmower...I thought he had killed someone when he came in the house to tell me, "I've had a HORRIBLE ACCIDENT!".

Turtle's doing fine so far.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
Cool beans for the turtle. One of my dogs (since passed on) caught a skink a few years back. She bit off the tail, and was sick for days.

Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-15:
Skink was probably fine too, I think they drop their tails for self-defense..

One of my dogs mouthed a toad and foamed for a couple of hours over it. Never bothered another toad, either. :D
Posted by SilverWngs71 on 2009-06-16:

I don't have any dogs but I do have a 14 pound black cat, who acts like a dog sometimes. My kitty is one spoiled kid. He will not allow another cat on "his" turf. We tried but we had to give her away. I think I still have a picture of the "monster kitty" on my blog.

I've had gator. That is some good stuff bbq'ed.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-16:
I'd love to try gator bbq'd, but I've only ever had it fried. It was good!!

I've got a 25 lb marmalade named GrisGris (hubby calls him Cartman) who is just a giant baby and spoiled rotten. I always catch him when he picks on the other cats because he thunders through the house..thinkin' he is sneaky. :D
Posted by D. on 2009-06-17:
Thanks Boki...I don't have any pets...but last month when I made my donation to the local food pantry, I made sure to take care of the pets as well and donated some dog food and cat food. I'll check these out for my next month donation!
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-17:
DB, that is an excellent idea! I've seen on the news that people are really struggling to feed their pets properly when they get in financial straits.
Posted by D. on 2009-06-17:
That's why I did it. People are now giving up their family pets because they can no longer afford to feed them...

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