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Dr Chew’s are a unique 100% sweet potato dog treat that is cooked, sliced and air-dried. Its unique chewing texture promotes healthy teeth and fresh breath. It is 100% natural with health benefits like no other product: Containing no animal by-products or preservatives. Rich in Beta –Carotene which promotes bone growth and tooth development, helps maintain healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes), vitamin A, C, B6 and E. Digestible to reduce blockage problems and is a great alternative to raw-hide.
• 100% natural
• Nutritious and low fat
• Rich in Beta-Carotene, Vitamin A, C, B6 and E
• High in dietary Fibre
• Rich in minerals such as Calcium, Iron and Potassium
• Promotes bone growth and tooth development.
• No preservatives & animal-by products
• Helps maintain healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes
• Provides twice the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A and more than one-third of the requirements for vitamin C
• An important source of vitamin E, B6, Iron, Potassium, Calcium and Fibres
• Helps to promote a healthy digestive tract
• Sweet potato is higher in nutrients than spinach and broccoli
100% Sweet Potato, Moisture 15%, Crude Fibre 5.0%, Crude Protein 4.0%, Crude Fat 0.5%
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Dr Chews Sweet Potato Dog Treats 454g
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