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Pork Chips (aka. ultra thin jerky)

Pork Chips (aka. ultra thin jerky)

Pork Chips are perfect for every dog and any occasion! If you eat bacon near your dog (or give your dog bacon - we're not judging), then your dog will LOVE the Pork Chips! 

These high value, all natural, and single ingredient treats that are thinly hand-sliced and dehydrated. They're made from human grade proteins and are 100% all natural, no additives and no preservatives.

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Product Description

Pork Chips are perfect for every dog and any occasion!

These high value, all natural, and single ingredient treats that are thinly hand-sliced and dehydrated. These crunchy, delicious, protein-packed chips are the perfect treats for dogs.

  • Single Ingredient: 100% premium pork sirloin for perfect jerky. No additives or preservatives. 100% goodness.
  • High Value: These human-grade quality treats are great for general reward, training, or celebrating all good dog moments! Good treats = good dog.
  • Simply Dehydrated: These protein pack treats are thinly hand-sliced and simply dehydrated.
  • Thin & Crispy: These chips have the thickness of a quarter coin or potato chips. So they are easy to break making it easier to treat.


Only the GOOD stuff for your best dog friend.

Every bag is made from just one ingredient: pork sirloin. With the power of dehydration, we offer dog treats that are free of salt, sugar, fillers, chemicals, and preservatives!

Note: These treats are NOT safe for human consumption and are not intended as meal replacement for your best dog friend.

Don't forget: Please provide fresh drinking water for your dog friends at all times.

Origin Story

I always wondered why there aren't a lot of pork treats for dogs. There's bacon scented treats, and that's about it.

As I was testing out this recipe, I did a lot of research on pork in different cultures. In Chinese medicine, the yin and yang principle has practical impacts on one's health. If one eats predominantly yin foods, the body will produce only yin or cool energy - darker, slower-moving and colder. In contrast, eating predominantly yang foods produces yang or warm energy - faster, hotter and much more energetic. While a balanced diet is important, one can benefit from eating more cooling foods in the summer and warming foods in the winter.

Chicken is considered yang energy, while beef and pork are considered more neutral and yin (depending on the part). The sweet flavor and cool energy of pork supports the energy of the digestive and reproductive systems. Pork also helps to generate qi and blood and is said to nourish yin.

When to treat? I usually use pork treats when Luna is recovering from infections (e.g. ear, allergies, etc.), tummy troubles, or has thrown up. The yin energy in the pork helps to cool her energy and reduce swollenness and dry cough. I’ve noticed that she calms down faster after a doggy play session or changing squirrels. Energy aside, Luna is just happy for a delicious treat!

Human friends eat potato chips, and dog friends eat Pork Chips.

Nutritional Benefits

Pork Chips is PACKED full of vitamins and minerals:

  • Protein: builds/repairs muscle and body tissue
  • Niacin: healthy nervous system, aids in metabolism of carbs, proteins, fats
  • B12: strengthens the nervous system, brain function

Guaranteed Analysis


  • Crude Protein (min.) 73%
  • Crude Fat (min.) 5%
  • Crude Fiber (max.) 1%
  • Moisture (max.) 10%

CALORIES CONTENT (calculated):

  • 3718 kcal/kg, 105 kcal/oz

Safety & Storage

Our Drying Process: We dehydrate all of our treats at 165 degrees Fahrenheit to kill all harmful pathogens during the drying process. The amount of time drying will change based on the product.

Storage: Keep in a cool/dry place. Our dehydrated products are free of preservatives and additives. Although it is very uncommon, bugs and mold (from added moisture) are culprits for causing trouble.

Our bagged products do great in the bag they come in. Just keep them away from wet environments and keep bags sealed when you aren't using them. For longer storage, keep products in the freezer or fridge to keep our products fresh, and away from bugs and pests that might show interest.