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Inserted TREAT Rod

Delicious 100% Edible Crunchy Chew Stick

Inserted TREAT Rod

Unique Design

Insert Interactive Treats inside.  Treat Rod crunches as dog chews, releasing Interactive Treats

Works with Treat Crunching Toys

Both sizes Treat Rods work with both sizes Treat Crunching Barbell and Multiball

Sizes:

Large
Dogs over 40 pounds
Medium
Dogs under 40 pounds

Inserted Treat Rod Ingredients:

Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Glycerin, Gelatin, Water, Natural Chicken Flavor, Lecithin, Carrageenan (natural seaweed extract), Parsley.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein
Min. 25.0%
Crude Fat
Min. 1.5%
Crude Fat
Max. 2.5%
Crude Fiber
Max. 2.0%
Moisture
Max. 15.0%

Calories Per Treat:

Large:
119.5
Medium:
66.4

Interactive Treat Ingredients:

Rice Flour, Potato Starch, Vegetable Glycerin, Water, Tapioca Starch, Powdered Cellulose, Natural Vegetarian Flavor, Fructooligosaccharides (from chicory root), Lecithin, Brewers Dried Yeast, Carrageenan (natural seaweed extract), Ginger, Sodium Diacetate (a preservative), Cinnamon, Turmeric, Potassium Sorbate (a preservative), Parsley, Fennel, Vanilla, Peppermint.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein
Min. 5.0%
Crude Fat
Min. 0.5%
Crude Fat
Max. 1.5%
Crude Fiber
Max. 3.0%
Moisture
Max. 18.0%

Calories Per Treat:

One Size:
2.8

Nutritional Adequacy:

Feed as a treat.  This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Caution:

With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible.  Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard.  When wet, treats may stain fabric and upholstery.

Instructional Video – How to use the Treat Crunching Toys

What People Are Saying

My English Bulldog is fifty pounds of joyful toy destruction. There has never been a toy that could defeat her... until we discovered the Chew Ball. Three months later and it is still PERFECTLY intact!!!!!!! WOW! So I just wanted to say thanks for making such a super product!

– Melanie

Featured Training Tip

Training Tip #1

If your furniture has recently acquired a “distressed” look and your floor resembles Times Square after New Year’s Eve, you may have a dog with a chewing problem. Chewing is a normal pastime for dogs, but it can be an annoying, and even dangerous habit when items around the house go through indiscriminate taste-testing. With some patience and persistence your home can be one without teeth marks.

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