Chicken Jerky Dog Treats NOT Made in China! Made by YOU! Homemade

Please Subscribe Sub our Vlog Channel Very simple Homemade Chicken Jerky Dog Treats made right in your own home so you know they are safe and not from China! Ingredients 2 lbs (or more) Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast That’s all you need! Slice Chicken breast into thin strips, the thinner the better and the less cooking time needed. Lay out strips on a Cookie Sheet, and put them in an oven set at 200 degrees Fahrenheit. (you can also use a food dehydrator) Cook for 2 – 4 hours depending on how thick you cut the strips. Chicken Jerky Stays good in the fridge for about 3 weeks, or freeze for up to 6 months! SHIRTS!!! ★LIKE our Videos? Share them! ★LIKE our Vlogs? Share them ★FOLLOW US! • Main ‪ • Daily ‪ • GPlus • Twitter ‪ • Facebook ‪ • Dailybooth ‪ • Tumblr •Shirts! • Store • Website ★SEND US STUFF! GonetotheSnowDogs PO Box 12 Alpena, MI 49707 Mail us stuff! Pictures, Drawings, Toys, Treats, Anything you want! (Some items will be donated to our local Shelter). And we may features the items in our videos!
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  1. TheLegend1245 says:

    Can you season the chicken breast?

  2. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    They just seem to be camera ready all the time heheeh

  3. The15secondsOfame says:

    Zooming in on Shelby, “all right.” Funny!
    Shelby resting her head on foot just a reminder that she is nearby perchance a morsal falls to floor. And finally, pups behind bars. So hilairious!! I dont know why it cracks me up…it just does. You girl make the cutest videos.

  4. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    Very cool!

  5. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    This is cheeper and easy to make!

  6. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    Very true!

  7. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    Here eyes are a bit dropier then Shiloh and Shelby, so you do see more redness in them.

  8. artdecowitch says:

    love your dogs !! their so sweet and pretty !
    we have 2 chihuahuas ,gonna make them some chicken jerky !!
    thanks for the video

  9. Christopher Tutt says:

    :D i tought you got one in siberia :D 

  10. Briana Castillo says:

    This is awesome! I couldn’t find any chicken jerky that wasn’t made in China, and my dog LOVES it, so I was pretty down that she couldn’t have some… I will definitely try this and I’m sure my little chihuahua X, Leila, will love them! ;]

  11. Mary Mary says:

    Slicing meat thinly is so much easier if the meat is just a tad bit frozen. Not enough to be hard to cut but enough to make it a little firm. I am going to make this for my pups this week!

  12. Alicia sit says:

    is it me or does oakley eyes look red?

  13. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    One from Arizona, one from Michigan, and one we Adopted in Michigan

  14. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    Oakley is her name. And Yes. Puppies Bite. You have to train them

  15. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    They can keep for a very long time in the fridge! 4 months if you make them dry

  16. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    We will be! We did one just the other day!

  17. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    My girls love them!

  18. GoneToTheSnowDogs says:

    Yeah, Shiloh can’t have Beef

  19. Christopher Tutt says:

    Whatever, Where did you get so cute huskies? they’re so funny and cute!

  20. singerbingell says:

    What is the biggest dogs name?
    Oh and does husky pups bite much? I just got one for my daughter but im afraid to give it to her.

  21. Jinseo Lim says:

    lol….would never by foodstuff period frm China i mean they use chemicals that are banned in every other country….and the quality is just blah… Btw how long can these keep if u make them rock hard? Keep them in the fridge?

  22. mizpandiezz says:

    can u make some more treat videos? they’re awesome!!!!

  23. Ve Dukes says:

    Besides keeping things clean, defat the chicken and chill it in the freezer to make it easier to cut. Same for beef. I never feed my dog raw meat and my vet agrees! We don’t know what strain of salmonella we have and just how it will affect our pets. If you love ‘em, don’t play risky games with them!

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