Goat Trotters


(6 customer reviews)

Goat Trotters Dog Treats

Goat Trotters made from 100% Australian Goat. This is an all natural single ingredient product meaning it contains no preservatives, no additives and no added sugar.

These are a fantastic entertaining chew for most sized dogs.

Our products have a best before of 12 months from purchase if kept sealed and stored out of direct sunlight and under 30c on average.

See more of our Goat Treats here!

100% Goat trotter

Product of Australia: Manufactured in Australia using 100% Australian Goat.

Single ingredient product with no preservatives, additives, colours, added sugar, or anything else!

This is a natural product so sizes and weights vary based on the size of the animal. The following is an indication on average only.

Long Lasting – Small to Medium Dogs

Long Lasting – Medium to Large Dogs

Coming soon!

6 reviews for Goat Trotters

  1. Add a review

    Rachel (verified owner)

    Unfortunately our picky pooch is not a fan. The trotter we gave her on Christmas day is still sitting by her bed, completely untouched.

  2. Add a review

    virginiaallman (verified owner)

    My power chewing 3 year old golden retriever loves these. He does have strong teeth (prob due to all the clear dog treats he gets) and consumes the trotter in about 20 mins. I like the fact that they can be bought in individual quantities.

  3. Add a review

    Carmel Chew (verified owner)

    These don’t have a lot of edible product on them. My pup usually leaves the main bone behind, which I quickly remove from him. There is nothing wrong with them, I think i’d just prefer something that was less dicey with his young teeth.

  4. Add a review

    Geraldine (verified owner)

    My 10 month choc lab loves these. They are one of the longer lasting chews that I have found.

  5. Add a review

    Faye Whiffin (verified owner)

    We have one large dog and one medium sized dog. They both love these trotters and they last quite a while. We give our dogs a Clear Dog Treat at least once every day and they are both fit and healthy dogs

  6. Add a review

    austozzie (verified owner)

    Whilst my dogs love them and the goat trotters not only don’t smell too bad to have in the house and last a long time – one of my dogs cracked a tooth on one. Just got back from the vet where I was told the tooth has to come out; cost approx $1100 to $1300 depending on how hard it is to extract as she’s young and has very strong teeth (probably due to all the other clear dog treats she gets regularly).
    I’ve thrown out the whole bag I had in the cupboard as I can’t afford to risk them again. I would recommend caution if you’re considering them.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.