Lamb Liver Treats, Thin and easy to break up, "A-grade" - 1 kg pack
$28.95 inc GST
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Lamb Liver Treats, Thin and easy to break up, A-grade Quality *as used at Puppy School*
100% Australian lamb liver treats dehydrated for freshness, locking in the flavour and nutrients for your best friend.
If your puppy came to one of our Puppy Schools, these are the premium liver treats we use to teach all the basic obedience skills such as sit, drop and come when called.
These natural liver treats are a healthy and high value reward for your dog. We source our liver treats with training in mind – we know you want to deliver a yummy reward quickly and keep moving. Our A-grade liver treats are easy to break into bite-sized pieces – no crumbs! If you’ve ever cut your thumb trying to break up chunky liver treats, try ours and you will notice the difference. Fat is also removed prior to dehydrating the lamb, so there are less stringy bits.
These lamb liver treats are also perfect for stuffing treat toys to keep your dog working longer and engaging their natural foraging instinct. These activities have great behavioural benefits, and most dogs will love hunting for these irresistible treats!
- Lamb is gentle on sensitive tummies
- Free from additives, colours or preservatives
- 100% Australian lamb liver
- 1kg Resealable bag
When you are looking for the best treats for your best friend, look no further than our premium range of dehydrated dog treats. We have sourced the best quality treats to take the hard work away and we only sell treats that we feed to our own dogs.
These natural dog treats are sure to be a favourite. Our tester dog couldn’t take his eyes off the packet while we were doing the product photos.
All photos are of typical products and should act as a guide only. As all of our products are natural, each is unique and therefore will vary in size, shape & colour. We always recommend that you treat your dog like a toddler and supervise them against the risk of choking or misadventure when giving them chew toys or treats.