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When your dog behaves well and deserves a treat, look no further than these nutritious, tasty MesterPet Your Droolly Mix Up Treats. Consisting of a mixture of high quality ingredients including chicken, duck and sweet potato, these long-lasting chews will provide instant gratification for your pet dog.
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      Yours Droolly
    • Feeding Guide
      Use as a treat or training aid. Dog treats should not constitute more than 10% - 15% of a dog's daily diet. Always make sure your dog has fresh, clean water available. In addition to a nutritionally balanced diet, daily exercise is important for a happy healthy pet. Senior dogs and pups have different feeding needs based on weight age and activity level. If in doubt ask your veterinarian what is best for your dog. Extra small dogs: (2.0 - 2.5kg) 1/2 treat Small dogs: (2.5 - 6.5kg) 1 treat Small - medium dogs: (7 - 10kg) 2 treat Medium dogs: (11 - 22.5kg) 3 treat Medium - large dogs: (23 - 35kg) 4 treat Large dogs (35kg+): 5 treat
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    • Ingredients
      Chicken tenders: Chicken, Vegetable glycerin, Salt, Sugar, Sorbitol, Citric acid, Monascus. Dunk sticks: Duck, potato starch, Wheat flour, Vegetable Glycerin, Salt, Sorbitol. Chicken & Sweet Potato: Chicken, Sweet potato, Soy protein, Salt, Vegetable Glycerin, Salt, Sorbitol.
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