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Simply put – Campfire Natural Dog Treats – our pot of gold at the end of a rainbow…


The search for a natural, wholesome, healthy, teeth cleaning dog treat has been an ongoing pursuit. A battle not often won. Until Campfire Treats!

If the struggle I just described sounds vaguely familiar, then please read on, I just may have helped end your search also.


The president and co-founder reached out to me, and asked if I would be interested in writing a review for his all-natural human grade quality chicken jerky strips.

Color me tainted, but in my head “chicken” and “jerky” in the same sentence raises a red flag. I see flashing lights and that robot from “Lost in Space” screaming “warning Will Robinson.”

Too often in years past it seemed as if every week a chicken jerky product was exposed for contamination, salmonella poisoning, improper handling / processing in foreign countries, etc…

Over time I’ve re-trained myself to just stay away.

As I perused Campfire Treats website, I exhaled thinking – 

now here’s a guy who’s doing it right!

A clear mission statement caught my attention immediately.

They – 

  • handcraft all treats and chews in their own California commercial kitchennothing is outsourced
  • only use quality ingredients from U.S. farms and fisherieshuman grade quality ingredients 
  • buy and produce in small batches to ensure freshnessevery single item is made by them!
  • never add anything artificialeverything remains 100% natural.


After a few emails and a telephone call, he sent me a bag of their natural “dehydrated” chicken neck treats. I was intrigued with the necks because the boys had never eaten them before…

Grain, gluton, corn, and soy free with only one single ingredient – U.S. sourced chicken.

Dehydrated chicken neck treats offer numerous benefits. The bones provide dogs with natural fibre and they are an excellent source of protein and niacin.


Campfire dehydrated chicken necks (both sizes) are reasonably priced – 

  • 15 necks – $14.98
  • 30 necks – $ 24.98


Additional discounts are also available – 

  • Campfire Treats proudly supports our U.S. Military active service members and veterans. They offer a special discount for U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel
  • Shop from our website and receive an instant 15% discount at check-out. 
  • Enter our giveaway and be one of THREE Campfire Chicken Neck Treat winners. That’s right three Groovy winners will receive one bag of chicken necks for their dogs to enjoy. Just enter here…

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Have you ever given your dog dehydrated chicken necks? Did they love them as much as my Jaxy loves his?…

That’s all for now – 

Make this a doodle*tastic day! – be kind to someone ❤️

DISCLAIMER: Groovy Goldendoodles™ is in a relationship with Campfire Natural Dog Treats. GGD is being compensated for helping spread the word about The Campfire Natural Dog Treats., but Groovy Goldendoodles™ will only share information about a product we feel is relevant to our readers. Campfire Natural Dog Treats are not responsible for the content of this article. I look to Harley and Jaxson for their lip smacking tail wagging approval.

  • Emma
    August 20, 2018

    Mom was shopping at a vendor yesterday at the barn hunt trial. She had all kinds of dehydrated treats and chicken necks were a choice. She didn’t choose them, but we would love to try them.

    • Cathy Bennett
      August 22, 2018

      Emma, I have no doubt that you girls would fall in love with them just like my Boys. Crunchy, tasty and just the right size for a mid-afternoon snack.

  • Sandy Weinstein
    August 21, 2018

    i have seen them in the local dog stores, them seem very crunchy, and the bones seem to be okay. i think i would ask my vet about them first. however, they do seem okay.

    • Cathy Bennett
      August 22, 2018

      I’ve seen them in the stores from time to time too, but there were some other ingredients included so I stayed away. Totally check with your vet first, and if he says yes – you can always take advantage of the 15% discount by shopping from here.
      Let me know how it all works out.

  • Ruth Epstein
    August 21, 2018

    I would love to try them with Layla as I have read a lot about them

    • Cathy Bennett
      August 22, 2018

      Hey Ruth – I hope you entered the give-away! Three winners – that’s PAWsome – Good luck – and thanks for reading 🙂

  • allison hoffman
    August 21, 2018

    my dogs never tried these but would def give these to my dog!

    • Cathy Bennett
      August 22, 2018

      Allison, they would be super excited if you did!

  • Linda Szymoniak
    August 21, 2018

    I’ve never given these to my dogs but I’m intrigued. I know that regular chicken bones aren’t safe for dogs, but realize that the neck is different. I’d definitely like to let my dogs try these.

    • Cathy Bennett
      August 22, 2018

      These bones are completely digestible. Even Harley gobbles them down and has no problem whatsoever. Initially I broke the chicken neck up – but only once LOL Now they each get a neck a piece. They love them. We’re all out – now I’ve got to order more!!!!

  • Monika & Sam
    August 24, 2018

    Sounds like a tasty treat. Thanks for sharing the 411 on this treat and the company.

  • Natalie Hartmann
    August 25, 2018

    I never have but it sounds like something they would like

  • PattiAnn Green
    August 26, 2018

    I have never given my dogs dehydrated chicken necks before. I would now!!

  • Kim Brooks
    August 26, 2018

    Oh these treats sound good – for the dogs (don’t think I would want one. My 2 Beagles go crazy for treats like dehydrated lamb lung or bits of dehydrated chicken so I know they would love these and I would love to give them the opportunity to have some. I’m always on the look-out for healthy, nutritious and above all, safe treats.
    Mom Kim

  • Jan K
    August 30, 2018

    I always worry about Luke and big/long lasting treats. He forgets to chew sometimes! But these look like they can be broken into smaller pieces, and I love that they use antibiotic and hormone free chickens.

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