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Chicken Gizzards, 2 lbs.

$6.99

Product SKU:HT-020024
Shipping Weight:2.00 lbs
Current Inventory:58




Product Details

• Raw chicken gizzards.
• USDA inspected, all natural.

Product Weight, Packaging, and Processing Details

• 2 lbs. per bag.
• Packaged in a vacuum sealed bag.
• Cut into approximate 2” x 2” x 2” cubes and/or strips.
• Frozen in commercial freezers maintained at 0 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Meat/Bone/Organ Ratio

100% Meat / 0% Bone / 0% Organ

Nutrition and Benefits

• This food is a good source of Protein, Riboflavin, Niacin, Iron, Phosphorus and Zinc, and a very good source of Vitamin B12 and Selenium.
• Chicken gizzards have a low-fat content and are low in sodium.
• Feeding gizzards can be beneficial in gut health as gizzards are secondary stomachs used by birds to grind their food before digestion. Because birds don't have teeth, so they must fill their gizzards with small stones to achieve the same goal.

Helpful Tips and Reminders

• 🐈Cats typically do well with poultry.
• 🐕 Dogs prefer red meats, but poultry is good for rotation.
• Given gizzards contain a very tough inner membrane, surrounded by a muscular pouch (which aids the grinding action for digestion), these meaty pieces have added benefits from jaw exercise to teeth cleaning.
• Gizzards are part of the group of foods called offal, which also includes beef tripe, chitlins (pork intestines), and hearts.
• Gizzards are cleaned, and stones removed prior to packaging.

Our mission includes advocating for optimal health and safe handling of raw materials. Make sure to use safe handling practices and reference our Raw Food Education pages.
Warning: Poultry may contain Salmonella

Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min.) 11% Crude Fat (min.) 6% Crude Fiber (max.) 3% Moisture (max.) 80%


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    Great product, but can't won't eat

By Kylie on January 11, 2022

I'm so sad I cannot get my cats to eat these. I've resorted into having to chop them up into tiny pieces, which takes away the whole reason I wanted them to have these (for chewing) and mixing into their raw blend. They still try to pick and eat around the gizzards. I'm having such a hard time finding chunks and chewy type meats my cats will eat. 2 of them grew up on raw and the other 3 were introduced at about 6 months of age and they were all given chunks and whole prey from the start so I'm not sure why they dislike chewing and chunks so much.

Hare Today Response:
Don't be discouraged, cats can be stubborn and very picky. Warming meat a bit with a warm water bath can be helpful, make sure the meat is in a sealed container and place the container in warm water. This brings out the natural juices of the meat and helps to entice them to eat. NEVER cook bones or microwave. Make sure the meat is fresh, cats are very particular as far as freshness goes, 1-2 days in fridge.


    Very Clean, Good Chewing

By Kristy on January 18, 2021

My two adult cats went in whole hog on these for lunch. The kitten is still figuring out that larger chunks are food. Taken down to a small enough bite, she was enthusiastic about the flavor and the extra blood. I like the frozen cubes. They make portioning and thawing just enough for the day very easy. Another win.


    Fantastic

By Molly on December 5, 2020

I feed my cat mostly canned food, but I do give her a piece of gizzard (these, turkey, or duck) once a day and it has been fantastic for her teeth. She loves them, it takes her a bit of work to chew them but she always gets through them. When I stopped feeding these for a while a year back, the vet said her teeth were going to need a cleaning soon. Well, we went back to gizzards and yesterday the vet said her teeth were beautiful, the best cat's teeth she'd seen all day! And my cat is 10 years old! So much easier than trying to brush her teeth. Dental health is so important for overall health in cats, and not to mention a dental cleaning would be north of $600. I will keep feeding cats gizzards forever.


    Chewy and Tasty

By Akiko on January 26, 2018

I bought Turkey Gizzards several times in the past. This time bought Chicken and made homemade food with it. Both products are good, and I found Chicken is easier to handle in terms of less cutting. Two paws up!


    Wonderful dental treat!

By Doris on April 17, 2017

I ordered these gizzards for my two cats. They were frozen into a giant block in the packaging, but it was easy to portion into snack-size ziplock bags once thawed.

There were many little pieces as well as some whole gizzards. The little pieces were perfect for my little 7.5-pound kitty who still needs to develop some jaw strength, while the larger pieces were great for my 10.5-pound cat.

Once the cats have developed some jaw strength and are more comfortable eating these, I plan to get the turkey gizzards!

Also, the price of a 2-pound bag of gizzards is amazing when you compare it to the price of a dental treat from your local pet store. Plus, the gizzards are more effective and don't contain any questionable ingredients!


    Chicken gizzards

By Lynn on April 8, 2017

Just have to say that my two cats really enjoy their gizzard lunches. They a variety of snacks for lunch but this is their all time favorites.


    Cat Food

By Joseph on August 5, 2016

Cats love these. When warmed in a ziplock bag submerged in hot water your cat will enjoy chewing on these.


    Great for chewing

By Yee on December 15, 2015

I love these gizzards. They do help with rubbing the pets teeth and it gets their jaws working especially my young kitten!


   

By Kathleen on August 15, 2013

My cats love these. They are fresh and great for their teeth. Since I can rarely find gizzards at any of my supermarkets, I am so happy I can get them here! Thanks!


   

By Jeannine on March 16, 2008

Wonderful product. At first I purchased Tracy's ground mixed chicken organs, but I figured that with their sharp little teeth, my cats would rather have whole organs than ground up ones. Now I purchase gizzards, hearts and livers separately and feed them mixed up in relatively equal parts (although I'm thinking of increasing the liver content in the future). They are so popular they practically get inhaled. Definitely a winner.