Tribal Trainers Trout Quinoa & Raspberry Dog Treats 80g

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TNIB-TROU
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Introduction:
Introducing Tribal Trainers Trout Quinoa & Raspberry Dog Treats 80g – the perfect bite-sized treat for dogs and puppies from 8 weeks old. These treats are gently air dried to lock in flavour and nutrients, boasting 70% freshly prepared trout and superfoods.

Product Features:
• High Trout Content: Contains 70% freshly prepared trout, making these treats highly palatable and digestible.
• Ideal for Training: Perfectly bite-sized and nutritionally balanced, suitable for puppies from 8 weeks old.
• Natural Flavours: Slow air-drying process preserves natural flavours and nutrients.
• 100% Natural Ingredients: Made with all-natural ingredients, including raspberries for added fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants.
• Human-Grade Quality: Ingredients are sourced from the human supply chain, ensuring the highest quality.

Technical Details/Specifications:
• Pack Size: 80g bag
• Treats Per Pack: Over 50 treats
• Protein Source: Freshly prepared trout
• Superfoods: Quinoa and raspberry
• Air-Dried Process: Gently air-dried at low temperatures in Ireland

Instructions:
Feed as a treat or training reward. Suitable for puppies from 8 weeks old and adult dogs. Always provide fresh water and store in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients:
Freshly Prepared Trout 70%, Potato, Vegetable Oil Glycerine, Quinoa 4%, Raspberry 4%, Fermented Whey, Minerals, Sage. Nutritional Additives. Antioxidants: Tocopherol extracts from Vegetable Oils.

Analytical Constituents/Analysis:
Crude Protein 16.3%, Crude Fat 29.0%, Crude Fibre 1.2%, Crude Ash 7.9%, Moisture 21%.

Feeding Instructions:
Feed Tribal Trainers Trout Quinoa & Raspberry Dog Treats as a treat or reward as part of a balanced diet. Suitable for puppies from 8 weeks old and adult dogs. Adjust the amount fed based on your dog’s age, size, and activity level. Always supervise your dog when giving treats and ensure fresh water is available at all times.

Transition Tips:
Introduce new treats gradually to your dog’s diet to avoid digestive upset. Monitor your dog's response and adjust the feeding amount accordingly.