These are the tastiest salmon jerky treats for your furry friend.
Size: 2.5oz or 6.5oz bags available
These are premium dog treats, naturally dehydrated salmon sliced from fillets of wild Alaska sockeye and pink salmon that has been resourced from local Alaskan waters. These treats are made mostly from salmon fillets and also other parts of the salmon.
A great source or omega 3 fatty acid and phosphorus. Resourced and dehydrated in-house.
*Fresh salmon directly sourced in Alaska
*Wild Alaska sockeye or pink salmon fillets including skins.
*Sustainable fishing via long line, pot caught, jig, gill & set net
*Made in Alaska
*Made in the USA
*No artificial preservatives
*No artificial flavorings or seasonings
*No artificial colorings
Guaranteed Analysis of 72.96% Protein (crude), 19.24% Fat (crude), 0.08% Fiber (crude).
Keep sealed in a cool dry place out of moisture, heat or direct sunlight. Can be refrigerated or frozen. Consume right away. That wouldn't be an issue because your dogs will go crazy for these. Break them into little pieces. Lots of omega 3 fatty acid to make your pups' skin and coat shiny and soft.
We ONLY use fresh wild Alaska fish of the salmon and cod variety. We include the bones, livers and skins.
We INCLUDE Alaska Grown vegetables and barley. All year round, we use Alaska Grown carrots, red beets and potatoes. Seasonally, we use Alaska Grown green vegetables.
We ONLY use human-grade supermarket meats, organs and other raw materials that you and I eat.
The fresh-baked treats, since it contains real food, and it has moisture, the shelf-life is short, two days in refrigerator. But you can freeze. Dogs like the frozen Pumpkin Chicken Muttfins. The crunchies will keep six months as long as you keep them out of moisture.
All items are produced recently because of the one-woman show and the limited facility and equipment. Therefore, freshness is guaranteed. When that time comes when Drool Central becomes big, we PROMISE to maintain the integrity of freshness in our products. After all, we love our dogs and committed to provide them alternative food besides kibble.