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Exotic Nutrition Critter Selects Mango & Papaya Treat - 128 g

ByExotic Nutrition

SKU: 810012541503

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KD 2.500

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  • Brand: Exotic Nutrition
  • Critter Selects Mango & Papaya Small Animal Treat 
  • Size: 128 g
  • Tasty, low fat treat for your pet
  • Offer alone or sprinkle on top of favorite foods
  • Ideal for fruit-eating mammals and birds

Exotic Nutrition's Critter Selects Mango & Papaya treat provides great variety and flavor! Offer these delicious dried fruit chunks as a treat on top of the regular diet, or placed in a foraging toy to increase exercise and encourage mental stimulation. Watch as your pet goes wild for the sweet and satisfying taste of Mango & Papaya! Healthy treats have several benefits for both pets and pet owners. Treats can lend variety to an otherwise monotonous diet, provide good exercise for teeth and jaws, and add behavioral enrichment for animals that spend their lives in a small, limited environment. Most importantly, treats form a connection between pets and pet owners, assisting in bonding and training.

Ingredients: Dried Mango, Dried Papaya

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 0.1%, Crude Fiber (max) 5.0%, Crude Fat (min) 0.1%, Moisture (max) 12.0%

Feeding Directions: Offer Alone As A Treat, In Foraging Toys, Or Mix With A Regular Diet For Added Variety. Serving Size Will Vary Based On Animal Species And Weight.

This product is a treat and should be fed sparingly, it is not a substitute for a regular, balanced diet. Offer treats 2-3 times per week or as a small portion (less than 10%) of the main diet. Treats may lead to health issues like obesity when overfed. If your pet is not consuming its regular balanced diet, withhold serving treats until stable eating habits resume.

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