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Deer Lung Treats

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DEER LUNG TREATS are the sustainable reward for demanding four-legged friends. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • low fat
  • sustainable
  • air-dried
  • 100 % natural
  • single protein

 14.50

In stock

Volume: 
200 g

incl. VAT

 72.50 / kg

Hund riecht an Lungenwürfeln vom Hirsch von Lila Loves it

DEER LUNG TREATS are a special reward for picky eaters. Venison is always the right choice when something special is essential – whether your dog needs a high-value treat for reaching new training goals or deer is the only tolerated meat due to allergies. The low-fat yet nutrient-rich cubes are also suitable for dogs whose calorie intake needs to be controlled. What’s more, they can be easily chopped up with normal household scissors when you prefer to feed smaller pieces.
True to our principles, this snack contains no wheat, no flavourings, colourings, preservatives and no sugar – natural chewing fun in trusted LILA LOVES IT quality.
Please never leave your dog alone with a snack and always provide fresh water.

Single feed for dogs
Store in a cool, dry place

Composition: 100 % deer lung. Venison is a sought-after game meat for young and old – hypoallergenic and well tolerated even by sensitive dogs.

Analytical constituents: Crude protein 76.3 %, crude oils and fats 10.7 %, crude fibre 3.6 %, crude ash 4.5 %, residual moisture 7.8 %.

Good to know

The lung cubes deer come from free-ranging game. As a by-product of hunting, they are a particularly sustainable reward.
Depending on the size of the dog, up to 5 pieces per day. Please always provide sufficient fresh drinking water.

Lungenwürfel Hirsch für Hunde von Lila Loves it

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