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Mutt Butter Peanut Carob Treats 150 grams

Original price was: $8.95.Current price is: $6.95.

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These delicious buttery carob-coated peanuts are the perfect reward for your dog!

Mutt Butter carob coated peanuts are roasted peanuts with an irresistible carob coating that are a tasty reward for your dog’s enjoyment. They have no added flavours or colours.

Dogs delight in peanuts and carob; they are natural, tasty and good for them.

We are all about delicious and natural treats for your dog to enjoy. Sadly, dogs cannot eat chocolate as it is toxic and unsuitable for them. So, Mutt Butter have put together this yummy carob coated peanut treat we know your dog will love.

Peanuts are an excellent source of protein for your dogs, and carob is 100% natural, 100% healthy for dogs and give them some great health benefits.

Carob is high in vitamins B1, B2 and A and includes calcium, magnesium, iron and niacin.

So here is a treat we know they will always enjoy.

Ingredients

Peanuts & Carob Compound (Sugar, Vegetable Fat, Milk Solids, Carob Powder, Emulsifier).

Key Benefits
  • Delicious & Healthy snack
  • Loaded with beneficial minerals, oils and protein
  • 100% Natural Dog Treats
  • Made in New Zealand
  • High quality ingredients
  • NO added flavours or colours

Product Ingredients

Dry Roasted Peanuts & Doggy Daily supplement.

Product feeding

Serving guide:

  • Extra-Small Dog (Under 2.5kg): Serving 1/2 teaspoon
  • Small Dog  (2.5kg – 10kg): Serving 1 teaspoon
  • Medium Dog  (10kg – 18kg): Serving 2 teaspoons
  • Large Dog (18kg +): Serving 3 teaspoons

Serving Suggestions:

Pupnut butter is perfect for:

  • Interactive toys such as chew toys and lick pads
  • Hiding medicine
  • Adding to frozen or baked dog treats recipes
  • Adding to the dog bowl as a healthy and tasty supplement
  • A standalone treat – in moderation , of course.

Treat Tips

  • As with any treat, Peanut butter is only healthy in moderation.
  • Check labels to ensure you avoid peanut butters with xylitol, a sugar substitute that is deadly to dogs, even in small amounts.
  • Too much peanut butter can result in obesity and pancreatitis.
  • If you dog has other food allergies, check with your vet before giving your dog peanut butter
  • Peanut butters without sugar or added salt are best