Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Why Eat Bravo! Duck Feet

Are you cringing at the thought of eating duck feet?  Ma cringed at the thought at first too but she got over it once she opened my first bag of Bravo! Bonus Bites Duck Feet.  So what that they look like duck feet...they do not have any odor, they are super tasty and very healthy.

Bravo! Bonus Bites Duck Feet for Dogs & Cats
I am so glad Ma buys these dry roasted treats for me!  They are made from one ingredient and one ingredient only - Duck Feet. Like the entire Bonus Bites line, these treats are all natural, USA-made treats with no added grains, no added hormones and are 100% antibiotic free. 

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein - 43.20%
Crude Fat - 34.80%
Crude Fiber - 0.00%
Moisture - 0.00%

Why I Love to Eat Duck Feet
Well first, because they are super crunchy.  You all know I am a crunchaholic...the bigger the crunch, the better.  Second is because they are really tasty...roasted duck tasty.  Who doesn't love roast duck?

I know some may think that these Bravo Dry Roasted Duck Feet are only for dogs on a raw diet but they are actually a terrierific supplemental treat for dogs (and cats) on any diet.  Duck feet are easy to chew, are highly digestible and contain lots of good stuff like selenium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, copper and small amounts of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. 

Why You Should Eat Bravo! Duck Feet
Duck feet are also a great source of glucosamine, chondroitin and calcium.  These are important nutrients for aging dogs and cats and what better way to get them than from eating a crunchy, tasty treat?!?

Glucosamine is involved in the production of joint lubricants necessary to maintain healthy cartilage and joint function.  It is also one of the building blocks of articular cartilage (the cartilage that covers the ends of bones at your joints).  Glucosamine is also beneficial to other  body structures like nails, tendons, skin, eyes, ligaments and heart valves.

Chondroitin may be beneficial in preventing stress injuries to joints as well as aiding in the repair of damaged connective tissue.  It may also protect existing cartilage from premature breakdown as well as keep cartilage tissue hydrated.

Calcium not only helps build strong bones, it also helps heart function by supporting the contractions of the heart muscle.  It also aids in nerve transmission and muscle building.

What Do You Think?
Since duck feet are healthy and tasty, do you think you would be brave enough to try them...even though they LOOK like duck feet?  Do you think that getting nutrients from food instead of supplement pills is better for your overall health?  Are you going to try the Bravo! Bonus Bites Dry Roasted Duck Feet?

Tuesdays just got Tastier!  I am joining Sugar the Golden Retriever and Kol's Notes for their Tasty Tuesday blog hop.

Post Disclaimer:  Oz the Terrier buys the Bravo! Bonus Bites Duck Feet as a supplemental treat.  We did not receive any of this product for free nor were we asked to post about the product.  The opinions expressed within are our own and not influenced by any outsider.


  1. Those are pure doggy CRACK! My guys love duck feet!

  2. I think I want a bite of duck feet too, yummi :-)

  3. Wow they sure look yummy and we too love a good crunch. Nice one and glad you enjoyed them Oz. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. AnonymousJuly 22, 2014

    Oz, the last picture is super tasty... I could eat the whole screen. My mom refuses to buy me such tasty things since I buried a chicken foot in the bed. They are mean, that's my bed, that staff is only on sufferance there. Have a tasty tuesday and maybe you can eat one of this tasty feet for me too?

  5. they are one of our favorite treats too

  6. I'm not eating no buddys feets
    Lily & Edward

  7. Hello handsome OZ!!
    MOL I hope the duck feets don't make you quack. My sis's kitty Harley has IBD and diabetes the only food that works with both issues is made with all duck. Good news is he isn't quacking yet.
    Hugs madi your bfff

  8. Hmmm... though I think my pack might think they're tasty, I can't help it: ick!

  9. I should look into those for Roxy. She needs glucosumine but allergic to fish.

  10. Well, I'm glad they are all they are quacked up to be Oz!

  11. We have never had DUCK feets.. butt we HAVE had Chicken and Turkey Feets... and those thingys are DELICIOUS so we MUST believe that the Duck Feets are JUST as Good. AND they ARE good fur us.. THANKS fur letting us know about these.

  12. I was determined to overcome my aversion to duck feet, but when I had them in hand at my local pet store I just couldn't go through with it! I know they would love them, and I feed them all sorts of animals, but just can't get past FEET.

  13. We have not yet tried duck feet. One of our local feed stores sells them loose, along with chicken feet, down at nose level for small dogs. Chewy hasn't picked one up to bring home yet.

  14. AnonymousJuly 22, 2014

    Woohoowooooo! Sometimes Mama gives us duckie! Yumwumwum!

  15. BOL at Lily's comment! It made Ma lol
    Ya knows that Ma bought some Bravo Chicken Feets, butts she STILL hasn't given it to me!!!! Butts, since you say the duck feeties are tasty, maybe she'll finally give me some!!!
    Ruby ♥

  16. I don't even FINK we can get Ducks Feet here although sometimes when our mom is MAD at us, hers calls us Ducks Butts, or Donkey butts, I nevers can keep that straight.
    Angus mac

  17. Sounds like a quack to me ;) Actually, that did not bother Mom a bit. She spent a lot of time in Asia when she was a flight attendant and they sell all kinds of stuff like duck feet and other animal parts in the markets and grocery stores, but the people eat them too. It took her a while but she learned to eat a grilled chicken leg with the foot still attached. She say hunger drove her to it, but she didn't eat the foot. Enjoy, my friend!

  18. I haven't seen duck feet in my pet store but will definitely look out for them, they look yummy

  19. They look very yummy but mom's not even sure she could hold one, ewwww! Love Dolly

  20. Oh My OZ :-) you got that Delish SMILE! Roasted too! Happy Tasty Tuesday. Golden Woofs

  21. AnonymousJuly 22, 2014

    Goodness...we did not know of such a treat for woofies. I wonder...can ya just eat one?

  22. Hey Oz!
    Wow, those look ugly, but they sure are tasty! I love love love duck feet and chicken feet too. YUM

    BTW: We would love to have you host Travel Safety on August 12th. That is a really great topic! Feel free to do your post anytime on the 12th and thanks so much for volunteering!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

  23. Mom doesn't know if she can get past the feet. I am sure we would love them
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

  24. Duck feet aren't so bad to consider eating! After all, Mom kinda freaked at the first bully stick that she bought! BOL!! If dogs love those, a duck's foot doesn't sound yucky at all!

  25. Those look delish but mom would worry about Walter trying to eat them whole.

  26. We have never tried these! I just need to get over the ick factor because I'm sure my dogs would love them :)

  27. My dogs love raw duck (and chicken) feet. We individually freeze them on a cookie sheet, and call them "foot-cicles."

    I will have to look for these!

  28. I've never heard of these, but I'm betting my boys would eat them.

  29. OH YUM!!! If we got those here in South Africa we'd definitely be chowing down on them!!
    Wally & Sammy

  30. Well......i'm sure my huskies would love those.....as for me, yep...i'm cringing right about now!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  31. Hmmm. They look interesting. If they're not too expensive, I'd let Maya and Pierson try them.

  32. I think those are great, my co worker gave me some kitty duck feet treats that I gave to my dogs and they loved them. I then would give my gang pheasant feet after hunting them last season, they loved them so I can imagine you loved these duck feet! Great review.

  33. OK I could see brown dawgs stopping at a hunt test to sample yummy duck feet straight from the duck. :)

  34. You're going to think I'm nuts, but I buy these by the case - a case has 200.


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