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Pet Feature Tru loves food and will do anything for treats.  He loves performing tricks and is very quick to learn new things.  One of his favorite activities is agility.

Description

An extremely durable new chewing challenge!


Holds Edible Treat Rings

Treat Rings are held in place by inner rod and must be chewed to be removed.

Change the Challenge

Treats also fit sideways into toys between toy wall and inner rod.

Great for Dental Hygiene

Treat Ring system encourages chewing.

For Power Chewers

Durable nylon material holds up to even the strongest chewers.  Challenge rating 3.9 out of 5.

Edible Treat Ring Ingredients (Made in USA):

Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Glycerin, Gelatin, Water, Natural Chicken Flavor, Lecithin, Carrageenan (natural seaweed extract), Parsley.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein
Min. 25.0%
Crude Fat
Min. 1.5%
Crude Fiber
Max. 2.0%
Moisture
Max. 15.0%

Calories Per Treat

One Size:
14.8

Nutritional Adequacy

Feed as a treat.  This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Caution

With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible.  Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard.  When wet, treats may stain fabric and upholstery.


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