Lekker Barkery Beef Bully Sticks 100g

(1 customer review)

R69.00

6 in stock

Description

Our Beef Pizzles are great boredom busters. They are 100% natural, beef pizzle heat dried with no salt or additives.

Benefits

  • Salt and additive free
  • Single protein
  • High in protein but low in fat
  • A natural source of taurine and magnesium
  • Long lasting chew treats that help curb boredom and encourage the release of endorphins which help to naturally sooth and calm
  • Chew treats are also essential in helping the development of strong jaw muscles and help clean teeth.

Handmade, Beef Chews for Dogs

The Lekker Barkery chews are great for using as rewards and boredom breaking for the canine furkid. All our chews are heat dried. Only certified meat is used. Our products are hand crafted with much love and care.

Additional Information

Ingredients: Beef Pizzle

Feeding    

Do not exceed 10% of your dog’s daily caloric intake with treats.  Feed as a supplement and treat, not as a replacement of meals. Overfeeding of high protein treats can cause stomach upset.

Always supervise pets when feeding treats and always provide fresh drinking water to aid digestion.

Feeding Guideline

SMALL BREED           (1—10 kg)      *1 –2 pizzles p/week
MEDIUM BREED        (11 –25kg)      1 pizzle p/day
LARGE BREED           (over 25kg)    Not recommended

* Beef Puppy Bully Sticks/ Pizzles are better suited to smaller breeds and are more calorie appropriate.

Life Stages  

*puppy/adult/senior

(* from 10 weeks)

Calorie Content

APPROXIMATE  kcal per 15cm stick (average stick length):  90

Storage

Feed within 6 months of packed date and store in a cool dry place. Alternatively freeze before expiry to preserve. Only defrost what  is consumed.   Not intended for human consumption

Brand

The Lekker Barkery

1 review for Lekker Barkery Beef Bully Sticks 100g

  1. Jolene Thompson (verified owner)

    My puppy loves these. It keeps her calm and entertained for ages. I find it especially useful when we want her to calm down or be distracted when we leave the house to avoid any separation anxiety.

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