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Fred & Ginger Christmas Dog Cracker, 100g

sku: 432219


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Fred & Ginger Christmas Dog Cracker, 100g

Designed and created with your precious pooch in mind. These hand bakes biscuits are packed with flavour and are the ideal reward. Dogs love them!


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Composition: Oat Flour, Rice Flour, Chicken Fat, Turkey Meal 4%, Dried Cranberry 1%, Minerals

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 10.8%, Crude Fats & Oils 9.5% Crude Fibre 1.5%, Crude Ash 1.9%


Instructions For Use

Suitable for all dogs over 3 months old. Feed no more than 10 treats per day depending on dog size and activity level. Ensure dogs are always supervised when feeding. Fresh drinking water should always be provided.



Suitable for all dogs over 3 months old. Pet food only - not for human consumption.

Not suitable for children


Net Weight

100 g ℮



Store in cool dry place. For best before date and batch code see stamp on the box.


Manufacturer Information

Fred & Ginger (Gifts) Ltd. 167-169 Great Portland Street, 5th Floor, London, W1W 5PF

sku - 432219

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