Chicken Breast for cats and dogs

Chicken Breast is an excellent source of protein, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Vitamin B12, Iron and Selenium, and is a good source of Thiamine, Vitamin B6, Phosphorus, Zinc and Copper. Our Human Grade chicken breast is sourced in Canada from Federally inspected plants.

We only use single ingredients in our dried treats. They are either 100% Fish or 100% Meat. We use no fillers, artificial flavourings or preservatives in the making of our treats. Our treats are dehydrated over a long period of time. Most for over 20 hours. Due to the long drying time almost all the moisture is removed allowing the treats to remain in perfect condition for over 2 years.

$5.99

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Canada: $5    USA: $10

Shelf life: 
24 Months
SKU: PP0002
Directions for use: 

Break treats into smaller pieces for dogs under 30 lbs and supervise use. Adjust your dog's caloric intake accordingly to avoid overfeeding.

Crude Protein 75% (min.)

Crude Fat 5% (min.)

Crude Fiber 1% (max.)

Moisture 6% (max.)

Ingredients: 
Calories: 
3216.00 kCal

 

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The Granville Island Pet Treatery is family-owned by pet owners who love their dogs and cats.

We support the compassionate, humane and loving treatment of pets by donating our healthy treats to local charities that rescue, protect and improve the lives of animals.

 

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Handcrafted in small batches in Vancouver, Canada. Canada Maple Leaf

Head Office: Unit #16 – 1610 Derwent Way, Delta B.C. Canada V3M 6W1
Email: hello@pettreatery.com
Phone: 1 (888) 886-PETS (7387)

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