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The Pioneer Woman Natural Dog Treats, Chicken Parmesan Recipe Bites (5 oz., 6 pk.)

by The Pioneer Woman |
Item # 980202867
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About this item

  • Inspired by the recipes of Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman
  • Natural, grain-free dog treats
  • Real chicken is the #1 ingredient
current price: $26.28$0.88/oz
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Description

Introduce your dog to the hearty flavor of a traditional Italian favorite with The Pioneer Woman Chicken Parmesan Recipe Bites Natural Grain-Free adult dog treats. Inspired by Ree Drummond's own recipes, they include natural ingredients to deliver wholesome, home-style taste in soft, chewy dog treats. These treats feature real chicken as the #1 ingredient and include real Parmesan cheese for a double dose of tail-thumpin' goodness. Our recipe is made with simple ingredients, and it lets the flavors shine through. Grain-free. No artificial flavors. Because he's not just any dog; he's part of your family. We know your dog will love these treats made with natural chicken just as much as Ree's dogs enjoy them. So, show your love and reward his devotion with a classic taste that's inspired by the family dinner table.

Ingredients:

Chicken, soy grits, glycerin, water, parmesan cheese, tomato pomace, basil, salt, thyme, parsley, naturally preserved with mixed-tocopherols, natural flavor. A730518

Nutritional Analysis:
Crude Protein (Min)…26.0%, Crude Fat (Min)…5.0%, Crude Fiber (Max)…5.0%, Moisture (Max)…25.0%

Feeding Guide:
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 5 pounds of body weight, not to exceed 10 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. Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily. For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly.

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