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Nutreats Freeze Dried New Zealand Pacific Whole Pilchard For Dogs

Original price $18.00 - Original price $18.00
Original price
$18.00
$18.00 - $18.00
Current price $18.00
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Available in 1 size only - 50g

Breed Size: All Breeds Life Stages: All Stages Special Diet: Grain Free, Freeze Dried Protein/FlavorFish 

Made In: New Zealand

These Pilchard dog treats have been freeze-dried for maximum nutrition. The pilchards come from the Pacific seas, surrounding New Zealand. Each 50g treat pack is equivalent to 250g of raw fish, but you don’t need to keep it in the fridge.

Freeze dried pilchard treats for dogs   Freeze dried pilchard treats for dogs

Single ingredient dog treat   Single ingredient dog treat

natural cat food from new zealand   100% natural and made in New Zealand

Key benefits of pilchard dog treats:

omega-3 dog treats  Rich in Omega-3, EPA and DHA, and B vitamins

dog treats with glucosamine  Rich in glucosamine, chondroitin and calcium

dog treats for bone health  Supports bone health

dog treats to improve muscle mass  Improves muscle mass

dog treats to help coat condition  Improves coat condition

dog treats for healthy teeth  Great for healthy teeth

grain free dog treats  Grain free

convenient cat food that doesn't smell  Packed in a resealable pouch for your convenience

    100% Pacific Whole Pilchard  - no additives, no preservatives, no colourings, grain-free)

    Crude Protein (min) 55.0%
    Crude Fat (min) 20.0%
    Crude Fiber (max) 1.0%

    Moisture (max)

    5.0%

    Omega-3 (min) 0.5%
    Omega-6  0.75%

     

    These treats are not a substitute for your dog’s main meal. Treats should constitute no more than 10% of your dog’s daily calorie intake. As with all treats, to help prevent choking, owner should always supervise their pet when feeding.

    TREAT FOOD ONLY. Not intended for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children and animals.

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