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Peanut Butter Treats w Protein, Heart Healthy Fats, & Vitamins
Peanut Butter Treats w Protein, Heart Healthy Fats, & Vitamins

Peanut Butter Treats w Protein, Heart Healthy Fats, & Vitamins

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$9.97
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$9.97

These treats are packed with healthy plant protein and are a definite favorite among most dogs. The actual amount of peanut butter in these treats is very small but dogs seem to be so attracted to the peanut butter scent. The other ingredients like coconut, garbanzo beans, and others are all  nutrients dogs need. 

Fun Facts about Peanut Butter for Dogs:

- good source of protein

- heart healthy fats

- Excellent source of vitamin B, niacin, and vitamin E. 

 Ingredients:  Coconut, Garbanzo Bean, Sorghum, Wheat,  Pumpkin, Peanut Butter, Farm Fresh Eggs, Baking soda, Sea salt, Blend of herbs including Basil, Lavender, and Mint for digestion.

    '' Ralph loves the peanut butter treats! He comes running to me every time he hears me open up the bag!'' Trudy R.

    Always take you pet to the vet for their primary care.