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Billy & Margot Apple, Banana & Carrot Training Treats - 125g By Billy and Margot

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Billy & Margot Apple, Banana & Carrot Training Treats

Billy + Margot nutritious biscuits are wheat gluten free and are lovingly oven baked in Britain using the finest ingredients. With the help of our pet nutritionist, we have carefully selected each ingredient for their nutritional properties.

Oats – help diabetic and obese dogs to maintain stable blood sugar levels and help reduce feelings of hunger.
Barley – contain soluble fibers.
Linseed – is a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids that help maintain healthy joints. They are also excellent sources of lignans.
Seaweed – is naturally rich in a variety of minerals, vitamins and trace nutrients such as Iodine.
Chicken Oil – when refined, is probably the best quality oil one could use in a dog food. It provides long term energy and essential fat soluble amino acids in the diet.
Brewer’s Yeast – is a rich source of minerals and most B vitamins.
Cinnamon – Consumed in small quantities, cinnamon can help reduce blood sugar.
Honey – a natural sweetener, known to boost immunity
Turmeric – This member of the ginger family has a bright orange root that contains the yellow pigment curcumin. Curcumin has antioxidant properties.

  • No Wheat
  • No Additives
  • Pure Fruit

Composition: Oat, Barley, Carrot, Chicken Fat, Apple, Seaweed, Linseed, Banana, Yeast Extract, Cinnamon

Analytical constituents: CCrude Protein 10%, Crude Oil & fats 12.5%, Crude Fibres 4%, Crude Ash 3%, Energy 375kcal/100g

Feeding guide: feed up to ten treats per day depending on dog size and activity.

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I have purchased these treats before as they are a combination of my dog’s favourite foods. They are a nice biscuit size treat (you shouldn’t loose a finger when giving them) and they keep well. I find they are great for a game of hide and seek as they have a very subtle smell to them.