Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Primal Treats: Organic Chicken Nibs for Dogs & Cats #chewyinfluencer


Hi everyone and welcome to our monthly chewy.com review! Chewy.com is an awesome company that ships all of your favorite pet products right to your door! They have amazing customer service and their shipping is incredibly fast. They are one of our favorite companies! We received our treats as part of the chewy.com blogger program in exchange for an honest review.


Today we are reviewing Primal Treats: Organic Chicken Nibs for Dogs and Cats! We've gotten treats from Primal before and they were a huge hit with both my dogs and cats so I was excited when I saw the brand up for review again.

The Primal Chicken Nibs are a wholesome, single protein sourced treat. These chicken jerky treats are made with human-grade chicken that was raised in the USA without added hormones or antibiotics. The treats do not contain any grain or gluten and no preservatives.

  • Made with certified organic chicken raised in the United States
  • No antibiotics or added hormones
  • Single source protein
  • Healthy bite-sized treats for cats and dogs
  • Naturally moist
  • No preservatives
  • Grain and gluten-free

Ingredients: Organic chicken, organic honey, sea salt


Primal Chicken Nibs are an excellent treat that both my dogs and cats really enjoy. They are a great size for training and they don't make my pockets greasy. I really appreciate that this treat can be fed to both species. The only downside to the chicken nibs is that they are preservative-free so they have to be stored in the fridge and used a few days after opening the bag.

I would definitely recommend checking Primal out! Their treats are always a huge hit here!



5 comments:

  1. They are good and we have used them for high value rewards but they also tend to crumble we found. They can be kept in the freezer and used that way to make the bag last longer.

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  2. I love treats that the dogs and Sam can share!

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  3. What's the texture like on these? Trying to tell if they'd be hiking-suitable (jerky and non-greasy sounds promising) or if they'd get super-gross after an hour or six...

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    1. They are sort of a hard jerky treat. They don't get greasy. They do need to be kept in the fridge, though. I'm not sure if they'd be okay out all day for a hike. They don't contain any preservatives.

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