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Arden Grange Light Crunchy Bites 250g
|Brand: Arden Grange
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Arden Grange Light Crunchy Bites are hypoallergenic dog biscuits, that are lower in calories and fat making them suitable for less active dogs or those dogs on a calorie controlled diet, that are free from wheat gluten, dairy products, beef and soya, but also contain NO artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives, making the healthy treats suitable for those dogs with digestive disorders and skin complaints such as eczema and dermatitis as they are less likely to cause an adverse food reaction.
Arden Grange Crunchy Bites are available in a variety of flavours, including the light bites that contain approximately 33 calories per biscuit allowing owners to calculate easily the number of calories a dieting dog is consuming. Like the other crunchy bite flavours the light dog biscuits can be used as a treat or reward for good behaviour and given to your dog between meals without ruining their appetites.
Hypoallergenic biscuits or natural dog treats such as chicken or duck breast fillets are ideal for those dogs with food related allergies, as they can be given to compliment a prescription or sensitive diet such as Arden Grange or Wafcol and allow you to offer something healthy without worrying about ingredients that may or may not cause a reaction, but also stop you from feeling guilty about not being able to reward your dog with a tasty treat.
Each 250g bag of light crunchy bites contains approximately 25 x bone shaped biscuits and 334 Kcal per 100g in a convenient re-sealable pack, that owners can use as a light training treat for obedience, agility and puppy classes to keep their dog's attention focused on learning, rather than distractions like other dogs, interesting smells or surroundings.
- Lower in calories
- Crunchy bone shaped biscuit
- No dairy, beef, soya, wheat or gluten
- Protein 25%, Fat 8%, Ash 6%, Fibre 2.5%
- No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
- Suitable dog treat or reward for dogs with food allergies