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If your pet has a sensitive stomach, these Pet Munchies white ocean fish treats are ideal, as they won't irritate your dog's stomach. How it works Pet Munchies don't contain any artificial...  Read more

Pet Munchies Dog Treats - Ocean White Fish

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If your pet has a sensitive stomach, these Pet Munchies white ocean fish treats are ideal, as they won't irritate your dog's stomach.

How it works
Pet Munchies don't contain any artificial preservatives or additives, and because fish is used instead of meat, it's gentle on their digestive system too. This also means it's packed with omega-3. This healthy fatty acid helps to improve the condition of your best friend's skin and coat. It's great for their immune system.
These treats are baked, which means all the flavour's locked in, and have a chewy texture that your dog is sure to enjoy. The handy resealable packet means they're ideal for taking along on walks, especially if you're training your pooch. Using treats to reinforce behaviour is a tried and tested method.
Key benefits

  • suitable for all dog breeds
  • great for use as a training reward
  • contains healthy and nutritious fish protein
  • perfect if your dog has food intolerances
  • easy to digest
  • low in carbohydrates and fat
  • omega-3 boost immune system and skin health.

When to use it
Treats are extremely good at helping your dog to learn. Rewarding them with a snack when they behave or follow your instructions helps them to understand what you want them to do. Additionally, because these snacks are made with 100% natural ingredients, you can feed them to your fuzzy friend even if they have allergic reactions to other foods.
The texture also encourages chewing, and this is an effective way to prevent tartar build up in their mouth. As the snacks are low in fats and carbohydrates, they won't interfere with your pooch's diet either. You should always speak to your vet before making any changes to their foods just to be safe, however. 

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4.9 out of 5 12  Reviews

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  • Delicious healthy snacks!
    Our Jack Russell terrier loves these fishy snacks!
    Tessa - December 27, 2020
  • White Fish Pet Munchies
    My Lurcher has had pancreatitis and has sensitive digestion but, Pet Munchies have been perfect for him, especially the white fish, as I have found that even the crunchy fish skin products affect him adversely. I now keep a big supply of various Pet Munchies treats.
    Hilary - August 10, 2018
  • Fiddle sticks Chicken strips
    The wooffer has had the chicken strips as his favourite for a long time and it doesn't look as though there will be any let up any time soon ! Best of all from our point of view is that these do not contain any preservatives or additives which in our chaps case can be a down side being a Westie, what with the breeds history for poor skin condition.
    The Toad. Southampton. - February 6, 2017
  • Brilliant service
    Really good prices and such quick delivery. Highly recommended.
    Jackie C - January 30, 2017
  • Doggie Treats
    My little dog loves these Pet Munchies treats. She has a couple of the chicken sticks or beef and liver sticks, along with the chicken and calcium during the day and her special favourite is the ocean fish stick at bedtime. As she has eating issues, these low fat treats are ideal and not too expensive. She would rather eat these than food.
    Sandra Balderson - January 27, 2017