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Old Mother Hubbard Hip & Joint Dog Treat 566g

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SKU
I162189
Health Needs
Joint
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Health and Wellbeing
Recommended for all breeds of dog over 1 year of age.
Benefits
A great tasting snack for your dog to reward them for something good, or as a special treat, just because. Natural ingredients, oven baked & full of vitamins & minerals.
Care instructions
Always have fresh drinking water available for your pet. Dog treats should not be used as meal substitutes.
Description
An All natural dog snacks with added vitamins & minerals.
Ingredients
See packaging for details
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