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Whole Life Pet Living Treats with Chicken and Probiotics for Cats, 1.5 oz Bag

$5.99
Whole Life Pet Living Treats with Chicken and Probiotics for Cats, 1.5 oz Bag

Whole Life Pet Living Treats with Chicken and Probiotics for Cats, 1.5 oz Bag

$5.99
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Whole Life Pet Living Treats with Probiotics are made from human-grade whole food ingredients, Living Treats provide daily support of a healthy digestive system.  Each treat contains probiotics from real Greek yogurt, plus healthy digestive fiber from pumpkin puree.  In addition, Living Treats for Cats contain real whole fruits, rich in antioxidants, and ground flaxseed, which is the source of healthy omega oils.  Whole Life Pet Living Treats with Probiotics are ideal for all cats as a daily part of a healthy diet.

  • 100% Human Grade
  • 100% USA Sourced & Produced
  • 100% Ingredient Traceability
  • 100% Verified Safety

  • These treats are designed as a healthy daily snack made from pure Human-Grade ingredients and can be served as a snack, training treat, or meal topper. Whole Life Pet uses USA sourced & produced ingredients and their small batch treats. Living Treats contain lots of yogurt, plus all the live active cultures that come with it. The treats are gently frozen to concentrate the favor and prevent nutrient loss. The result? A mouth-watering treat your pet will love! 



    INGREDIENTS
    • USDA Human Grade Chicken
    • Plain Greek Yogurt
    • Pumpkin Puree
    • Ground Flaxseed
    • Applesauce
    • Whole Blueberries and Cranberries
    GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
    • Crude Protein: 41% (min)
    • Crude Fat: 20% (min)
    • Crude Fiber: 1.5% (max)
    • Moisture: 2% (max)
    CALORIE CONTENT
    • (ME Calbulated as fed) 5,500 Kcals/kg. 156 Kcals/oz
    FEEDING GUIDELINES (3 WAYS TO SERVE)
    • Feed right from the bag as daily snack
    • Crumble over food or soak in water briefly for a soft, meaty texture (great for older cats or those with sensitivity to hard food or treats)
    • Reward pet with a training treat