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Schmackos Marrobones Dog Treats 735g

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SKU
I247251
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Health and Wellbeing
Suitable for all dog breeds over 1 year of age. Always Provide fresh, clean water for you pet
Benefits
Made in Australia, Schmackos Treats are baked then air dried to seal in the flavour
Care instructions
Feeding Guide - Adult Dogs under 5kg up to 3 treats per day. Adult Dogs 5-10kg up to 4 treats per day. Adult Dogs 10-25kg up to 6 treats per day.
Description
SCHMACKOS Dog Treats Marrobones 737g have a delicious meaty centre wrapped in a crunchy biscuit outer. Plus they're enriched with vitamin A,D & E and Calcium. Your dog will go WACKO for them every time! •Crunchy Biscuit Outer •Tasty Meaty Centre •Vitamins A, D & E •Contains Calcium •Convenient resealable bag
Ingredients
Cereal (Wheat), Meat & Meat by-products (lamb, pork, chicken and/or beef) sugar, palatantvitamins & minerals, salt, emulsifier, antioxidants & preservatives
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