*Please note that egg shells can become very brittle and crack easily once they are freeze-dried. We package our shipments with care, but the eggs may arrive cracked.*
Treat your dog or cat to these all-natural, freeze-dried pheasant egg pet treats.
Our Pure Pheasant is wholesome, delicious, and sourced from MacFarlane Pheasant farm in Wisconsin. Our pheasants are raised humanely and without any antibiotics or hormones.
- 100% Pheasant Egg
- Gently Freeze-Dried
- Made & Sourced in Wisconsin
- Naturally Grain & Gluten-Free
By cutting out the middle-man, you know you'll be feeding your pet something you can trust. You shouldn't have to wonder where your pet's treats are sourced. Support our family-owned business while treating your pet to honest, wholesome nutrition. Pure Pheasant is owned by MacFarlane Pheasants. Learn more about our history and our birds here.
Ingredients: Freeze-dried pheasant egg
I got so excited when I found this company. I have 2 Australian shepherds and one has horrible food allergies. When I find a new novel protein I have to order. Yes the eggs can crack but they are still taste great. After reaching out and explaining my situation Pure Pheasant will be sending replacement products. I explained that one of my Aussies has lymphoma and he will be getting his own goody bag. That is a company who cares about their products and customers THANK YOU APRIL!!!
The freeze dried eggs are well loved by my dog and sugar glider. I have yet to feed to my turtle, but excited to! Definitely recommend.
These eggs are a great additives for my dogs' meals and easier to keep than fresh eggs. As stated in the description, some do arrive cracked. However, it does not affect the ability to feed it, nor do my dogs or I care. I crack them regardless since my dogs won't eat a whole egg by themselves. Just placed another order for 2 dozen and will return again!
I ordered the dozen, and when they arrived they were broken like Christmas ornaments, with about 4 intact ones. They were packaged in a plastic egg carton in a plastic bag inside the box, so I was able to pour the broken bit from the plastic bag over my dog's food. She didn't seem to care either way, so good enough for me.