Lily's Kitchen Organic Bedtime Biscuits for Dogs
These bedtime biscuits can help your pooch to settle down for a silent night’s sleep. Lily’s Kitchen organic bedtime biscuits help to soothe their tummy and ease anxiety.
What’s it for
Does your pet get skittish at bedtime? These biscuits are made with soothing ingredients to help calm your dog and settle them down for the night. They’re perfect for dogs with anxiety or nervous tendencies and can be given to them as a snack just before bed.
Made using all-natural ingredients, they’re also gluten-free, so they can be enjoyed by pooches who suffer from allergies. They won’t irritate your dog’s stomach, so they can sleep right through the night (and not get you out of bed because they fancy a snack).
Give your dog 1 biscuit each night before bedtime. Try not to give them any more than that, or they might run the risk of putting on weight. Leave fresh water out while they enjoy their treat.
- completely organic
- encourages restful sleep
- chamomile and passionflowers are calming ingredients
- packed with omega oils from oats
- probiotic yoghurt and honey soothes their tummy
- gluten-free and hypoallergenic
- hand-baked for a crunchy texture
- no artificial ingredients or chemicals
How it works
These yummy bedtime biscuits are made using natural ingredients with soothing qualities to help your pet settle down to sleep. Chamomile and passionfruit are used to calm anxiety, while probiotic yogurt and honey help to settle their tummy. They’re gluten-free, made with rye and oat flour, and are ideal for pets with intolerances. As well as all of that, they’re low in fat. This means your furry friend can enjoy them as part of a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Organic Light Rye Flour, Organic Oat Flour, Organic Oats, Organic Sunflower Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Probiotic Yoghurt (4%), Organic Honey (4%), Organic Chamomile (1%), Organic Passion Flower (1%).
Crude Protein: 10.0%
Crude Fats and Oils: 7.0%
Crude Fibres: 6.5%
Crude Ash: 3.5%
Calories 319 kCal/100g
|Dog||Dry Only||Wet + Dry||Wet Only||Wet Only|
|Weight (kg)||Grams / day||Grams / day||Trays / day||Tins / day|
|Extra Small Dog||30 to 100||For every 100g of Wet reduce Dry by 30g||0.5 to 2||0.25 to 0.5|
|Small Dog||100 to 220||2 to 3||0.5 to 2|
|Medium Dog||220 to 330||3 to 4||2 to 3|
|Large Dog||330 to 420||4 to 8||3 to 4|
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Night time treatsThese yummy night time biscuits are a favourite with my dogs and they settle down very soon after having them.
My dog loves themMy dog (Adult German Shepherd) loves these. He didn't settle much at night but he now has 2 of these begore bed. He goes & sits at his treat cupboard at bedtime. He has 2 and he sleeps all night. Very relaxed. I do find them a bit expensive though.
BEDTIME TREATThis is a continual purchase for our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. This has been part of his daily routine since he was a puppy. He gets very excited when the box comes out, and rushes off with it to eat it alone! Knowing there is nothing to harm him and it is all good for him, is a bonus. Great quality, good ingredients and value for money.
One is all our Labrador Retriever needs at bedtimeThese biscuits are a generous size so we give or Labrador Retriever one biscuit at bedtime. Of course, dogs get into routines and if it's a routine they like, you won't forget the biscuit because you'll be reminded by being followed by your 4 legged friend. Having said that, there are times when our 11 year old Lab has settled down for the night before getting the biscuit so maybe (and fortunately) hasn't become addicted to these biscuits. We like the ethics of Lily's Kitchen and also use Lily's senior dog food. Recently, for the first time in 11 years, our Lab went off her food for nearly 24hrs...goodness knows what had been ingested and it was getting near to contacting our vet/or finding one during lockdown and a Sunday morning. The only thing our Lab wanted to eat when she suddenly felt better were these biscuits!
Lovely productMy dog has a bedtime biscuit every night before bed. He loves the routine and canâ€™t wait to jump into bed after having his last toilet trip of the night. I have no idea if they help with sleep or calming as heâ€™s never had problems sleeping but they must be tasty regardless and are a good size for him (Labrador)