James Wellbeloved CrackerJacks Grain Free Hypo-Allergenic Dog Treats - Turkey
Using all our knowledge and experience in dog foods, we’ve also created James Wellbeloved crunchy turkey dog treats in a grain free recipe. We take a handful of ingredients from nature, one source of animal protein and combine them with all the vitamins and minerals your dog needs. And all the great taste it deserves. For added peace of mind, it’s naturally hypoallergenic so less likely to cause an adverse food reaction and you will never see any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives in our special recipe; not now, not ever.Key Features:
- For sensitive dogs that enjoy a grain free diet, the carefully crafted recipes without cereals provide a delicious, natural dog biscuit that is gentle on the tummy James Wellbeloved natural dog treats are a complementary dog food that contains tomato flesh & skin to provide energy
- These rewarding dog biscuits contain natural pectins & an antioxidant which promotes a healthy heart and strong bones
- Grain free turkey healthy dog treats are naturally hypo-allergenic to help reduce adverse food reactions a delicious dog training treat with a crunch your dog will love
- These hypoallergenic dog treats have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, so you can feel confident feeding him regular dog treats as part of a healthy diet. (Not recommended to exceed 10% of total calorie intake.)
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Top treatI feed these to my lab and he loves them. Definitely recommend the grain free diet.
Allergy issuesI have been giving these as a treat for a long time now and my whippet loves them. I have recently changed her diet to James Wellbeloved grain free wet food. She loves it and is in lovely condition with no problems at all regarding her allergy issues.
Great as rewardI use them as a reward, she loves them. Just a little big
Just right for my wee WestieI buy this all the timed for my westie, she has skin issues. So I feel very confident that she can eat these and not come to any harm.
IncentiveBest treat I have found to encourage cooperation. They must be good.