Wild Sockeye Salmon Squares

Salmon Squares Training Treats

Wild Sockeye Salmon Squares are bite-sized (and breakable) morsels that are made for dog training. Whether you're reinforcing good behaviour or giving a special snack in-between meals, these wheat, soy and additve free dog treats are naturally tasty. 

Overflowing with wild sockeye salmon and Good Health Certified™ ingredients and uniquely boosted with all natural Spirulina, these powerful dog training treats aren't just tasty, they're good for your pet. Spirulina promotes the immune system, improves gastrointestinal health and aids in detoxification. 

Treat your pup to wholesome goodness with Wild Sockeye Salmon Squares, all-natural and lovingly handmade by The Granville Island Pet Treatery.

With 100% Spirulina Boost

$6.98

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SKU: training03
Directions for use: 

Break treats into smaller pieces for dogs less than 50 lbs and supervise use. Adjust your dog's caloric intakes accordingly to avoid overfeeding.

Calories: 
5.20 kCal per treat
Crude Fat: 
0.10
 g per treat

Crude Fibre: 
0.00
 g per treat

Crude Protein: 
0.10
 g per treat

 

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The Granville Island Pet Treatery is family-owned by pet owners who love their dogs and cats.

We support the compassionate, humane and loving treatment of pets by donating our healthy treats to local charities that rescue, protect and improve the lives of animals.

When you purchase healthy pet treats from us

1% of all sales goes to the B.C. S.P.C.A.

Handcrafted in small batches on Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada. Canada Maple Leaf

Head Office: Unit #4 – 19349 94th Avenue, Surrey, B.C. Canada V4N 4E6
Email: hello@pettreatery.com
Phone: 1-604-882-7505

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