Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats

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Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats

A treat with a little umph in it (& a great mission to back it!)

Pups of all life stages love the soft and chewy, bite-sized flavor in our #1 ingredient Turkey training bites, made with all-natural hormone and antibiotic-free proteins. With 3 calories or less per treat, you'll love treating them to healthy, easy-to-digest treats filled with ingredients that will help them thrive.

FINLEY's BARKERY is a premium pet brand bringing inclusion to the pet industry through their employment and giving initiatives. Around 15% of the world’s population, or an estimated 1 billion people, live with disabilities. However, they are least likely to be employed or represented in marketing and advertising. Through their marketing, employment, and giving initiatives, Finley’s is changing that. Finley's dedicates 50% of net profits to employment and giving initiatives supporting people with disabilities.

Ingredients: Turkey, Pea Flour, Cane Molasses, Coconut Glycerin, Sweet Potato, Rye Flour, Natural Flavor, Salt, Pork Gelatin, Apple Cider Vinegar, Mixed Tocopherols (natural preservative)

Calorie Content (ME) Calculated:  3,095 kcals/kg.  3 calories per treat

Guaranteed Analysis: Protein: 22% min, Fat: 16% min, Fiber: 3% max, Moisture: 21% max

  • Made in the USA
  • 16oz. 
  • 50% of net-profits given to the disability community through their employment & giving initiatives.
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats
Turkey Recipe Soft Training Bites Dog Treats

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