Lily's Kitchen Rise and Shines Baked Dog Treats - Beef Liver
Reward your pooch for good behaviour with Lily’s Rise and Shine biscuits. They’re a healthy and natural treat to complement your dog’s training.
What’s it for
These biscuits are packed full of goodness to keep your furry friend happy and healthy. They make great training aids, too. When you’re trying to teach your pet how to behave in the home or when you’re out for a walk, rewarding them for good behaviour can help them learn.
Be careful not to overfeed your dog. Lily’s Kitchen recommends giving them up to 2 biscuits per day. Feeding them more than this could push them over their calorie limit and they could risk putting on weight. If you notice your pet gaining weight, adjust their feeding amount slightly. Contact your vet if you have any worries about their diet.
- 100% natural
- crunchy texture that dogs love
- great for keeping teeth healthy
- beef liver is a high-quality protein
- amino acids nourish skin and coat
- rich in natural vitamins, minerals and antioxidants
- great as a training aid
How it works
Lily’s Kitchen Rise and Shine treats give your dog a big boost of vitamins and minerals. Made using beef liver, they’re yummy and have a crunchy texture your pet will love. Protein comes from the beef liver and is essential for growing lean muscle mass (and providing lots of energy for all of that running). The liver also gives them a huge boost of vitamin A to support their immune system. Natural herbs like turmeric, alfalfa and blackstrap molasses have been added to support your dog inside and out. These ingredients help to keep bones and teeth strong, muscles healthy and immune systems working properly.
Organic Light Rye Flour, Organic Oat Flour, Organic Oats, Liver (10%), Organic Sunflower Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Blackstrap Molasses, Organic Carrots (4%), Organic Sunflower Seeds, Organic Alfalfa (1%), Organic Nettles (1%), Organic Rosehips (1%), Organic Turmeric (0.5%).
Two biscuits a day, make sure you keep an eye on your dog's overall calorie intake.