K9 Natural Freeze Dried Nz Lamb Dog Treats 50g

$10.99
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Product details

SKU
I248627
Dimensions Actual
50 g
Benefits
Lamb freeze dried rewards are a high protein, low carbohydrate treat made from New Zealand lamb, heart and kidney. This ensures a high level of palatability and low level of crumbling, a perfect combination for a reward.
Health and Wellbeing
Guaranteed Analysis: Minimum Crude Protein: 42.0%, Minimum Crude Fat: 39%, Maximum Crude Fibre: 2.0%, Maximum Moisture: 8.0%, Calorie Content ME (calculated), 4785 kcal/kg 3.11 kcal/treat
Dog Size
All
Life Stage
Adult
Care Instructions
Treats can be feeding on an occasional basis to all breeds of dogs
Description
Our delicious,healthy snacks are carefully created using the finest ingredients on earth and then freeze-dried to lock in the natural goodness. The only thing we add is the bag. We promise to only use pure New Zealand produce in all our products, including FREE-RANGE + GRASS-FED RED MEAT.
Ingredients
100% New Zealand Lamb, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney

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