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Steak Bites - Snack Pack

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The raw protein power of these steak treats are the perfect pup pick-me-up. You divide, they'll devour, and together you'll conquer. 

There’s no need to make these steak bites a rare treat either - they pack a beefy punch with healthy fats for long lasting energy and fullness, amino acids for creating proteins and boosting immunity, and iron to help prevent anaemia.

These bites also boast a plethora of vitamins and minerals, including zinc, selenium and B12, B3 and B6 for a healthy skin and coat. Because they use only lean cuts of beef, these are a great way to help keep fido looking fit and ready for the dog park.

  • With heme iron for anaemia prevention
  • Healthy fats for long lasting energy
  • Quality source of protein to boost muscle mass
  • New Zealand raised beef

Feeding guide: These freeze-dried treats can be fed dry or rehydrated. To dry-feed, break into pieces for use as training, treats or meal toppers. If feeding wet, soak the desired amount in a small dish of water for 10–15 mins to return the meat to its original raw state. We recommend treats make up no more than approximately 10% of a dog’s daily calories. And always remember to ensure fresh clean water is available for your best friend.

Storage: Freeze-dried meat absorbs moisture from the air – after opening it’s important to store in a sealed container or bag in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients: 100% New Zealand beef steak. No additives or preservatives.

Typical analysis:
Protein: 77.1%
Fat: 18.7%
Crude Fibre: 0.5%
Calcium: 0.1mg/g
Ash: 3.7%
Energy (ME): 4286 kcal/kg

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