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Large Dog Sweet Pack
The Large Dog Sweet Pack contains everything you’ll need to keep your pup treated, trained, and happily chewing for days to come. All for 15% off the normal price during Black Friday deals! This pack is best for dogs over about 50 lbs. The difference in "pack sizes" typically relates to the Engage Line (chew) products.
This best-selling pack includes: -1 Bag of Sweet Potato Training Treats (1 kcal per treat, only 1 ingredient, over 475 treats per bag) -1-Pack of Split Elk Antler Chew (tasty, single ingredient, natural chew) -1 Bag of Chicken Jerky Treats – 4 Oz (single ingredient, tasty reward)
Sweet Potato Training Treats
Ingredients Pure freeze dried sweet potato. Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min): 7% Crude Fat (min): 0% Crude Fiber (max): 6% Moisture (max): 10% Calorie Count Less than 1 kcal per treat.
Split Elk Antler Chew
Ingredients Naturally-Shed Elk Antler. Most are about 5-8 inches long. Sourcing Information 100% naturally shed elk antlers. Each year elk naturally shed their antlers, meaning no harm or pain is caused to get these antlers. Antler Information -Grade A antlers. Grade A antlers are denser, less likely to crack or splinter, and retain the maximum amount of flavor and nutrients for your pet. -Each antler weighs between 1.75-4oz. The density means your pup gets more of the tasty marrow!
Ingredients USDA Grade A Chicken Breast (Hormone, Chemical, and Additive-Free). Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min): 78 % Crude Fat (min): 7% Crude Fiber (max): 1% Moisture (max): 9% Calorie Count Metabolizable Energy: 3,800 kcal/kg About 16-19 calories per treat.
These treats should be used for dedicated training sessions as a rapid reward. Remember, for most behaviors you'll only need one treat (or even half of a treat) to reward correct behavior. It is recommended to slowly introduce new treats to your dog's diet.
Chews should be used to redirect problem biting, chewing, barking, etc. and also just for mental enrichment. Please monitor your dog whenever giving them a dog chew. It is recommended to slowly introduce new chews to your dog's diet.
These jerky treats are sized for "extra special" rewards, or just to let your pup know you love them!