Si's Pet Pantry believes pets are family & our family deserves the best. That is why all of their products are handcrafted with your pet’s health in mind from the very start. They source directly from small farms across the U.S. which allows them to cut out the middleman and experience firsthand where their products come from. They then dehydrate our products low and slow to evaporate any moisture, while still retaining vital nutrients. No fillers, additives, or hard to pronounce ingredients. Just simple, all-natural snacks made to benefit your pets.
The octopus is sourced from the Mediterranean Sea and is a favorite with cats. These treats are packed with protein and B-12's. They are sure to become a "must-have" for pet parents!
Our all-natural rabbit legs are sourced from all-natural, U.S. rabbits. They have been raised for human consumption and are humanely dispatched by hand, cleaned, and air-dried to provide your pet with an all-natural meaty chew. Perfect for smaller dogs and even cats! A great substitution for pets who have allergies or sensitivities. Low in calories and high in protein!
Pheasant is a famously lean protein boasting a lower content in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol when compared to chicken, beef, and domestic turkey. It carries high levels of Iron, Potassium, B Vitamins, and Selenium.
Sourced from an all-natural pheasant, these legs are perfect for giving as a light chew or adding to meals. These legs include thigh, leg & feet. The thigh also contains feathers which is an added bonus as feathers are a great source of fiber!
Whole Georgia Quail
Sourced from all-natural Georgia quail. These crunchy and meaty snacks are perfect for all size dogs and are even perfect for cats! They are a great source of calcium, high in protein and vitamin A!
*Please be aware that any product with bone may splinter. By purchasing this item you acknowledge you are aware of the risks associated with feeding bone-in products and will not hold the Pet Pantry or Dog Days Barkery liable for any incidents that may occur when feeding this type of treat or chew*