Thank you so much for this post. We have a bag of the Waggin Train chicken jerky treats in the cupboard!!! I am usually good about checking for the “made in china” tag but missed it on these. Thankful my yorkies didn’t care for them.
We lost our cairn terrier Callie last year, fine one day and deathly ill the next. Now I wonder if it was because of something like this. :(
I am sorry to here about your Callie.
Return the Waggin Train treats to the store. Most stores are allowing a “credit.”
I am an owner of a pet type business and was shocked when a client last week showed off a huge box of treats they had ordered online for their 9 month old lab. Yeah...he got an earful from me.
Monday after checking into my “claims,” he apologized for his disregard. They opted to toss the chicken jerky treats out. In our area in December a family lost their dog to kidney failure and the new puppy they had just gotten is still fighting with kidney issues.
You are welcome.
It is not like the stores that sell this stuff are hanging the Warning on the shelf.
I am happy to here they didn’t like them!
I am sorry to hear about your Callie. My wife and I just lost our Rat Terrier, Muffy in a similar fashion. One night last month we went to bed and she was fine. When we woke she was paralyzed. It was so sad. She was 13 but seemed to be in good perfect health.
Like you, this has me wondering the same...
I make my own âWaggin Trainâ chicken treats. Cook a whole chicken. Cut the meat into chunks and strips. Then microwave the strips and pieces of chicken 30 seconds to 1 minute over and over until you get the desired texture. A lot of treats can be made from one whole chicken. It is cheaper than buying premium bags of treats. My treats stay dry in a paper bag on the shelf and in the fridge.