Wellness Dog Treats - The Rewarding Life Turkey & Duck Recipe Dog

Wellness Dog Treats - The Rewarding Life Turkey & Duck Recipe Dog

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Wellness Complete Health Rewarding Life Turkey & Duck Recipe Dog Treats are soft, chewy, and wholesome treats designed for rewarding your dog. Made in the USA with all-natural ingredients, these bite-sized treats are perfect for training or as a tasty snack. With turkey and duck as the primary protein sources, these treats are not only delicious but also nutritious, incorporating chickpeas, vegetables, and fruits for added nutritional benefits. They're free from artificial preservatives and are enhanced with flaxseed, blueberries, sweet potatoes, and apples for a healthful snack that supports overall wellness.

Key Features:

  • High-Quality Proteins: Made with real turkey and duck for a rich, meaty taste.
  • All-Natural Ingredients: Contains no artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors.
  • Nutrient-Rich Additions: Chickpeas, carrots, and flaxseed provide fiber, omega-3, and omega-6 fatty acids.
  • Soft & Chewy Texture: Ideal for dogs of all ages and sizes, especially those who prefer softer treats.
  • Made in the USA: Crafted with care in the USA, ensuring high-quality standards.

Caloric Content:

  • 3,607 kcal/kg ME
  • 13 kcal/treat ME

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Crude Protein: Min. 15.0%
  • Crude Fat: Min. 13.0%
  • Crude Fiber: Max. 2.0%
  • Moisture: Max. 30.0%
  • Omega-6 Fatty Acids: Min. 5.00%
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Min. 0.50%

Ingredients:

Turkey, Duck, Chickpeas, Ground Potatoes, Vegetable Glycerin, and more, including a mix of fruits and vegetables for added nutrition and taste.

Feeding Guidelines / Directions:

  • Wellness Complete Health Rewarding Life Turkey & Duck Recipe Dog Treats are intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
  • Adjust the number of treats given based on your dog's size, weight, and overall caloric needs.
  • Always provide access to fresh water.

Transition Directions:

As these are treats and not a primary source of nutrition, no specific transition directions are necessary. However, when introducing any new treat to your dog's diet, it's always a good idea to monitor your dog for any signs of digestive upset or allergies and to introduce new foods or treats gradually.

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