Pork Training Bites

$15.67 $16.50

Lead time of 1 week for all treats orders is required.


100 g dried weight = abt 450 g fresh wt. = abt 150 bites in a pack

Reward great behaviour with the best, guilt-free treat.

WildChow uses APIQ accredited free range, pasture raised uncaged pork from Australia, they are ethically raised and translates to better tasting pork. These Pork Training Bites are extremely flavourful and an excellent source of lean protein, essential amino acids and high levels of vitamins b1, b3, b6, a great way to add more variety to your pet's diet! They are conveniently reward-sized - making them an ideal high value training treat or a delicious meal topper. Made from 100% lean pasture raised pork tenderloin! 

Even the oldest dog will learn a new trick for these.

There’s so much to love about these treats. They’re freshly made in small batches right here in Singapore, then they're gently air-dried at low temperatures to extract moisture for long-lasting, preservative-free nutrition that your pet will go wild for.

All our meats are cleaned and sanitised in Ozone before dehydration. Ozone is an extremely powerful antimicrobial agent that kills all known pathogenic bacteria including Salmonella, Listeria, E. coli, Bacillus cereus, Campylobacter and viruses (Hepatitis A & Noroviruses) without the use of chemical by-products.

Our treats are air dried at controlled low temperatures with certified BPA free tray screens and case to retain its nutritional profile, while ensuring safety protocols according to the USDA Meat and Poultry guidelines.

All of these are measures are taken to ensure the foods are clean and safe for your fur buddy to consume!



  • Feed as is for a high value training treat
  • Add it to a meal as part of their 80% muscle meat intake
  • Meal topper


    Always reseal the package and keep refrigerated for up to 30 days, or freeze up to 6 months for max freshness. Do not add a partially chewed item back into the bag, as to not introduce moisture back into the unused product. Store instead in a container in the freezer.