Caru Daily Dish Smoothies Chicken Flavored Lickable Dog Treats, 0.5-oz tube, 4 count

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Add some healthy hydration and unmatched flavor to your dog’s diet with Caru’s Daily Dish Smoothies Chicken Flavored Lickable Dog Treats! Each tube contains all the goodness your dog craves like real chicken without those not-so-desirable ingredients like added sugar, salt, preservatives or colors. Give your pup this wag-worthy reward right from the tube, pour it into his favorite bowl or serve it up as a tasty topper!

Key Benefits
  • Specially crafted to provide puppers with a scrumptious treat.
  • 100% free from added sugar, salt, preservatives and colors.
  • Adds a boost of healthy hydration to your dog’s diet.
  • There’s more than one way to treat—from the tube, in a bowl or as a yummy food topper.
  • These treats are made with limited ingredients because sometimes less is more!

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  • Weight
    2 ounces
  • Lifestage
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
Nutritional Info

Water, Chicken, Tapioca Starch, Yeast Extract, Sunflower Oil, Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum

Caloric Content

295.00 kcal/ kg Feed AF; 4.13 kcal/ tube Feed AF

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 7% min
Crude Fat 1% min
Crude Fiber 2% max
Moisture 90% max
Ash 1% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed up to 3 tubes per day to stimulate activity and interaction with your dog.

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    These treats are great, my chihuaha mix loves them, and because of their delivery method I can bring them with me when I take her to the vet, and the techs can give them to her even when she is muzzled and receiving treatment. This helps to distract her, and helps to keep her making positive associations with the vet. Win-win!

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