Pig Foot Updated on: September 21st, 2018

gives the pig mobility. They have a cloven hoof, which helps absorb impact and to protect the foot.

why we feed

Pig’s feet (also known as pig trotters) don’t have a lot of meat and the bone is very sturdy, providing a long lasting chew. They are a great inexpensive chew that are great for dental health.

how to feed

Pig’s feet are great recreational chews. They can be given in the crate or after a long training session or walk.

Additional info

Pig’s foot is used to make stew or as a side dish in many cuisines!