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K9 Natural Nz Beef Healthy Bites Dog Treats 50g

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SKU
I249517
Made in
New Zealand
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Description

K9 Natural treats are a healthy way to reward dogs with the taste they love. Perfect for training or rewarding man’s best friend

  • 100% New Zealand Grass-fed, free-range Beef
  • Protein packed, everyday treat
  • No Grains, No Gluten, No Guilt
  • No artificial preservatives or flavours
Ingredients
New Zealand Beef, Beef Liver, Beef Kidney, Beef Heart
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