Natural Grain Free Sweet Potato Dog Treats - W'ZIS? Lamp Post & Chips

Plant Base Dog Treats

£5.91 £6.95

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Not only are W'ZIS? sweet potato dog treats 100% natural and grain-free but they are also plant-based making them ideal for pups on a meat free diet! These tasty 'Lamp Post & Chips' treats have a firm texture and angular profile to prolong the eating time and promote teeth cleaning. At just 1 calorie a threat, they're perfect for training.

The durable, reusable tin will slip effortlessly into your pocket or purse. Keeping the treats fresh and the smell locked in.

Details 

  • Vegan — 100% natural
  • Grain Free
  • 1 calorie per treat
  • 100 treats per tin
  • Tin size: ø85mm x 28mm
  • Treat size: Approx. 15mm x 10mm
  • 1 x 50g Tin = 100 treats
  • 1 x 50g Tin + 2 Refills = 300 treats


What do they taste like?

After some consideration, we decided not to mirror the unique aroma of lamp posts. These have a more gentle flavour profile. The splendid blueberry colour comes from the inclusion of purple sweet potato. 

Ingredients

Composition: Sweet Potato Flour, Purple Sweet Potato Flour, Pea Flour, Vegetable Glycerin, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Brewers Yeast, Dried Pumpkin, Sunflower Seed Oil, Potassium Sorbate (natural preservative).

Analytical constituents: Protein (min) 2.50%, Fat Content (min) 0.50%, Crude Fibre (max) 3.50%, Crude Ash (max) 6.50%, Moisture (max) 18.00%

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