dehydrated chicken feet

dehydrated chicken feet

Hey there, fellow dog lovers! Are you tired of spending a fortune on store-bought dog treats that your furry friend devours in seconds? Well, fret no more because I’ve got an amazing dehydrated chicken feet dog treat recipe for you! Yes, you heard it right – we’re going all out with chicken feet. Now, I know what you’re thinking – “Chicken feet? Seriously?” But trust me, your dog will go barking mad for these crunchy delights!

So, let’s get down to business. To make these dehydrated chicken feet dog treats, you’ll need a bunch of chicken feet (obviously), a dehydrator, and some serious courage. First things first, give those chicken feet a good wash. We want them squeaky clean before we transform them into the ultimate canine delicacy and clip the nails, you don’t want anything poking your pup.

dehydrated chicken feet

Once your chicken feet are clean and ready to go, it’s time to fire up that dehydrator. Set it to low and lay those feet out in a single layer. And remember, size doesn’t matter here – big or small, your dog won’t discriminate when it comes to these treats. Now comes the hard part – waiting. Leave those glorious chicken feet in the dehydrator until they are dry and crispy.

Once your dehydrated chicken feet are done, it’s time to unleash them on your four-legged friend. Get ready for some serious tail wagging and slobbery kisses because these treats are bound to make your pup’s day. And let’s be honest, watching your dog munch on chicken feet is pure entertainment. It’s like they’ve become a canine version of a zombie apocalypse survivor, chomping away at those crunchy snacks with sheer delight.

dehydrated chicken feet dog treat recipe


  • 1 pound chicken feet or as many as you can fit in your dehydrator


  • Rinse the chicken feet thoroughly.
  • Remove the nails on the feet using kitchen shears
  • Place as many chicken feet as you can fit on your dehydrator trays, do not overlap or have the chicken feet touch each other.
  • Allow the chicken feet to dehydrate until fully dried.

So, there you have it – a dehydrated chicken feet dog treat recipe that will have your pooch begging for more. Not only will you save money, but you’ll also be the coolest dog parent on the block. Just make sure to stock up on chicken feet because once word gets out about these treats, every dog in town will be lining up at your doorstep. Happy baking, and may your dog’s tail never stop wagging!

dehydrated chicken feet dog treat recipe