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Duck With Superfood by West Paw - Freeze-Dried, 2.5 oz.
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Could a treat be any healthier? Let’s see: these nutrition bombs combine protein-packed duck, fiber-rich, beta-carotene-loaded sweet potatoes and carrots, superfood blueberries and kale, probiotic goat milk—and nothing else. And then they’re freeze-dried so not a single sliver of nutrition is lost.
- Humanely raised, sustainable and cage-free duck organ meat from Maple Leaf Farms
- Freeze-dried to preserve all the raw, whole food nutrition
- Perfect for chicken-sensitive dogs
- Crafted with farm-fresh fruits and vegetables from Northwestern US
- Rich in beta carotene, fiber, and vitamins A, E, and C
Duck Organ Meat, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Kale, Goat Milk, Blueberries
ME (calculated) is 4934 kcal/kg or 15 kcal per serving, approximately 1 tbsp or 6 to 8 pieces.
These treats are intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
Crude Protein ........................ 31% min
Crude Fiber ........................... 2% max
Crude Fat .............................. 35% min
Moisture ................................. 6% max
Tips & Tricks
- Place treats inside your dog's favorite treat toy along with some beef broth and freeze
- Freezing treats inside a toy will slow dogs down so they can't devour food too quickly
- Freezing food inside a treat toy is an easy way to cool down dogs on a hot day
Calorie Content (Calculated)
|Crude Protein (Min)||N/A|
|Crude Fat (Min)||N/A|
- Consult with your veterinarian or a professional nutritionist to determine the appropriate amount of chews to feed your dog based on their size, age, and activity level.
- Always supervise your dog while they are chewing on a treat or chew.
- Choose chews that are appropriate for your dog's size and chewing ability. Avoid giving large dogs small chews, as they can be a choking hazard.
- Monitor your dog's chewing behavior, and take the chew away if they start to break it into small pieces or swallow large pieces.
- Keep an eye on the condition of the chew. If it becomes small enough to swallow whole or begins to break into small pieces, it is time to throw it away.
- Keep in mind that chews should not be a replacement for a balanced diet. They should be given as a treat and not as a primary source of nutrition.
- If you have any concerns about your dog's chew habits or if they have a history of gastrointestinal issues, it is always best to consult with a veterinarian before introducing new chews.