Lily's Kitchen Chomp-away Chicken Bites for Dogs 70g
Meaty Treats only £2
Save 50p when you order by 29/06/2021. Subject to availability.
£2.00 £2.86 per 100g
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These brilliant little bites are bursting with mouth-watering proper meat that makes dogs jump for joy!
Made with freshly prepared chicken, we’ve added a sprinkling of quinoa (an energy and protein-rich seed) and a gentle dash of ginger (known to aid digestion) for a simply delicious, natural treat.
Perfect for training, in between meals or… just because. These tempting treats are made to a grain free recipe, with natural ingredients and without any added nasties - so your furry family can enjoy them every day.
Mix and match our pocket-size bags to find your dog’s perfect treat-time.
• Dog treats perfect for training, in between meals or… just because
• Made with proper meat - no meat meal or fillers
• Made with natural ingredients including 80% freshly prepared chicken
• Grain free recipe and single protein suitable for dogs with sensitivities
• Gently oven-baked treats for dogs 4 months+
At Lily’s Kitchen we believe pets are family. It’s where we started and what we’re really all about. We love our family. We think our family deserve proper food. What’s proper food you ask? Delicious recipes packed full of freshly prepared, nutritious ingredients. Proper food is food you can trust, labelling you can understand, made by people who care and want to do a bit of good. We think cats and dogs need all the love and support we can give them to live healthy, happy lives, ruling the roost, drooling on your freshly mopped floor. Lily’s Kitchen is proud to do just that.
80% Freshly Prepared Chicken, Vegetable Glycerine (Derived from Rapeseed Oil), Pea Protein, Quinoa (2%), Ground Ginger (0.5%), Technological Additives: Antioxidants (Tocopherol Extracts from Vegetable Oils)
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Up to 5 a day.
Always make sure there’s a bowl of fresh water available. We like to keep our four-legged friends fit and healthy so it’s best not to feed them too many treats.
Always supervise your dog when they’re eating a treat. (Excited dogs can sometimes forget to chew!)