Duck Biscuits

(1 review) Write a Review
Maximum Purchase:
50 units
Price:  
£3.06
Adding to box… The item has been added

Delicious baked duck treats, baked with cranberry & beetroot

Our grain-free Duck Biscuits are baked to perfection with a soft and satisfying chewy centre.. Duck is a tasty and easy-to-digest source of protein and hypoallergenic, while fibre-rich cranberry and beetroot support healthy digestion.

 

Grain-free recipe for hypoallergenic diets

 

Kind to the tummy with easy to digest single protein

 

Rich in vitamin C

 

Hand-baked with natural ingredients

Information

  • Not suitable for puppies and junior dogs.
  • Made in the UK.

Average calories per treat - 11 kcal

Pack weight - 100g

Feeding Guide

  • A complementary food for dogs that can be used as a treat or reward.
  • Treats should make up no more than 10% of your dog’s daily diet.
  • Once opened, reseal pack for freshness & crunch then use within 1 month.
Allergy advice
  • May contain traces of peanuts and sesame seeds.
  • Made to our grain-free recipe in a kitchen that handles grain.
Ingredients

Potatoes, dehydrated duck (26.0%), glycerine, rapeseed oil, dried cranberries (2.1%), dried beetroot (1.9%), cellulose, prebiotic (FOS), salt.

Additives

Vitamin A 10,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E 60 mg/kg, Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 5 mg/kg, Manganous sulphate monohydrate 15 mg/kg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate 315 mg/kg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 1 mg/kg, Sodium selenite 0.15 mg/kg. Antioxidants, Stabilisers.

Analytical constituents

Protein 17.9%, fat 9.5%, fibre 2.8%, ash 6.2% , moisture 15.0%.

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 4
    High value reward for small-medium dogs

    Posted by Grai on 12th Nov 2021

    Although these are a little too big to use a regular training treat for my 8kg dog, they make a great high value reward or indulgent treat for extra good behaviour

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 4
    High value reward for small-medium dogs

    Posted by Grai on 12th Nov 2021

    Although these are a little too big to use a regular training treat for my 8kg dog, they make a great high value reward or indulgent treat for extra good behaviour