Silver Carp Jerky - Chippin Dog Training Treats (Soft & Chewy)

Soft and chewy jerky training treats featuring sustainable silver carp and sweet potato. These healthy dog treats are packed with all 10 essential amino acids and omega-3s for a shiny coat.

By fishing for silver carp, an overpopulated fish, this treat helps to restore biodiversity to US waterways and protect the Great Lakes. Each bag of treats save over 300 gallons of water.

✓ Training Treats ✓ Essential Amino Acids ✓ Restores Biodiversity

Each 5 oz pouch contains approximately 25 treats

Fresh, wild-caught silver carp paired with sweet potato, carrot and cranberry. Our eco-friendly treat will be sure to have tails wagging.

  • Planet friendly, USA wild-caught human grade fish
  • Science-backed, highly digestible protein
  • Hypoallergenic protein: NO chicken, NO beef
  • Produced in small batches in the USA
  • Easily breakable! Use for training, reward or a fun snack

Why Silver Carp Protein?

Silver carp fish is good for dogs in providing a source of complete and highly digestible protein that has all 10 essential amino acids. For dogs with allergies or sensitive tummies, silver carp is a natural alternative protein and omega 3-rich delicious food. While other fish like tuna accumulate toxins, silver carp is a clean fish that has no detectable heavy metals like mercury. Silver carp is an overpopulated fish in the USA and by fishing for it, we are helping to restore biodiversity and protect the Great Lakes!

Backed By Science & Veterinarians

  • Supports gut health
  • Highly digestible (more digestible than chicken)!
  • Hypoallergenic silver carp protein

Ingredients: Silver Carp, Sweet Potato, Cane Molasses, Glycerin, Tapioca Starch, Cranberry, Carrot, Flaxseed, Chia Seed, Sunflower Meal, Natural Flavor, Natural Smoke Flavor, Mixed Tocopherols (a preservative), Rosemary Extract (flavor)


Protein (min) 20%

Fat (min) 6%

Fiber (max) 4%

Moisture (max) 11%


3200 Kcal ME/kg, 19 Kcal per whole treat

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Veterinarians recommend keeping treats to 10% of daily calories. Break it into smaller pieces and watch your pup go wild.