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James Wellbeloved Crackerjacks are scrummy, hypoallergenic treats made with less common protein sources as well as carefully selected carbohydrates, helping you to cut common sources of irritation and intolerance such as wheat, gluten, beef and dairy from your four legged friend's diet.
Available in a range of mouthwatering flavours: Duck, Rice & Tomato, Turkey, Rice & Tomato, Fish, Rice & Tomato, and Duck, Rice & Tomato, as well as completely cereal free Lamb & Vegetable and Turkey & Vegetable. An initial trial period of 3 to 8 weeks is recommended, if signs of food intolerance disappear, feeding may be continued indefinitely.
Turkey: turkey meal & turkey fat (min 20%), or Lamb: lamb meal (16%), or Duck: duck meal & duck fat (20%), or Fish: ocean white fish meal meal (14%), with rice (55%), tomato pomace (8.5%), potato flakes, mixed herbs: parsley (0.3%) & thyme (0.1%), potassium chloride, sodium chloride.
Lamb & Vegetable Cereal Free: lamb meal & lamb fat (18%), Turkey & Vegetable Cereal Free: turkey meal & turkey fat (20%), potato flakes (40%), pea starch & peas (17%), tomato pomace (11%), olive oil, mixed herbs - parsley (0.3%) & thyme (0.1%), carrots, potassium chloride, sodium chloride
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James Wellbeloved Crackerjacks Dog Treats
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