The Pioneer Woman Natural Adult Dog Treats, Chicken & Blueberry Recipe Waffles (9 oz., 5 pk.)
About this item
- Inspired by the recipes of Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman
- Natural dog treats made with high-quality ingredients
- Real chicken is the #1 ingredient
- Simple ingredients formed in to crunchy dog treats
Let your four-legged family member taste the love in every bite of The Pioneer Woman Chicken & Blueberry Recipe Waffles Natural adult dog treats. Inspired by The Pioneer Woman's simply satisfying recipes, these waffles are made with real chicken as the #1 ingredient, and real blueberries to make them doubly delicious. Each waffle is carefully crafted with simple and natural ingredients to pamper your dog and let them know how much you care. With real chicken in each bite, these crunchy chicken dog treats burst with meaty goodness your dog will look forward to every time you treat him. Real blueberries that you can actually see makes your pet think he's getting a special people-food surprise. Baked to perfection, these treats made with real chicken deliver a satisfying crunch that keeps him coming back for more. They're sweet and yummy treats you'll love giving almost as much as your dog will love getting.
Chicken, wheat flour, oat flour, blueberries, chicken fat naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols, maple syrup, naturally preserved with mixed-tocopherols, natural flavor. A730918
Crude Protein (Min)…12.0%, Crude Fat (Min)…7.0%, Crude Fiber (Max)…4.0%, Moisture (Max)…11.0%
Feed as a treat to your adult dog. This product is a treat and is not intended to be fed as a meal. Feed 1 treat for each 10 pounds of body weight, not to exceed 5 treats per day. The caloric intake from treats should not exceed 10% of a dog's total daily caloric requirement. If treats are given, the amount of food should be reduced accordingly. Monitor your dog to ensure treat is adequately chewed prior to swallowing. Break into small pieces for adult small/toy breed dogs. Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily. For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly.