Here’s why Puppy ZIGGIES are great for young pups and adult dogs, alike. And why dog owners love ’em too!
Puppy ZIGGIES are low in fat, high in protein and calcium enriched for growing bones and healthy teeth. The flavor and texture are irresistible. Independent analysis confirms Puppy ZIGGIES are 95% digestible and highly palatable.
— KONG Company
Our Dogs’ First Kong Ziggies
We have 2 dogs — both Black Lab mixes, aged 7 months and 3 years.
We got them both the “Large” size Kong Ziggies to snack on.
These long-lasting dog treats have a chewy texture that won’t crack or splinter.
That’s probably the best thing about these dog chews, in my opinion. I like not having to worry about what the dogs are putting in their mouths — for a change.
The KONG Company says their safe, firm, chewy texture consists of “vegetable derived glycerin and glycerides of edible fatty acids.”
They are made of “pure wheat gluten and chicken liver”… which means they’re high in protein.
On top of that, they include natural alfalfa and parsley which help to reduce bad breath, gas, and feces odors.
Overall, both of my dogs love Puppy ZIGGIES!
I like ’em because they last a little longer than your typical dog treat. In fact, our younger dog (Tenor) actually got tired of gnawing on his after awhile & he needed to give his jaw a rest.
Here’s another review of Kong Ziggies:
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