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Butchers Superior Cuts Veal Single Clod Bone Dog Treat

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I162393-Butchers Superior Cuts Veal Single Clod Bone Dog Treat
I162393-Butchers Superior Cuts Veal Single Clod Bone Dog Treat

Product details

SKU
I162393
Made in
New Zealand
Health Needs
Grain Free
Pet
Dog
Dimensions
1 kg
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Care instructions
Pet food only. For supervised consumption only. As much as your pet may love these treats, they are not intended for human consumption. Care should always be taken when feeding treats to your pet & small remnants should be discarded of. Feed treats from time to time & ensure fresh drinking water is always available for your pet.
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Dogs go crazy for Butchers Superior Cuts

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