Feline Greenies™ Pill Pockets Treats for Cats, Salmon Flavour, 45g (45 Treats)-Greenies - PetToba-Greenies

Feline Greenies™ Pill Pockets Treats for Cats, Salmon Flavour, 45g (45 Treats)-Greenies

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Take the stress and the mess out of giving your cat medicine: Vet-recommended* FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS Treats for Cats in Chicken Flavour easily hide medicine from your cat in a tasty little pill built-in pouch treat. These cat treats are made with natural ingredients plus minerals and trace nutrients and are a healthy alternative to using human foods to disguise your kitty’s meds. The delectable chicken flavour helps mask the taste of the medicine - it's the hassle-free way to give medicine. Just drop your cat’s pill into the pouch, pinch it closed, and share with your cat. Just like that, the treat (and medicine) disappears. When it comes to taking meds, your cat is smart. But you’re smarter… because you’ve got FELINE GREENIES PILL POCKETS treats. 

Ingredients

Chicken, Glycerin, Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Oil, Dried Corn Syrup, Natural Flavor, Dried Chicken Liver, Natural Salmon Flavor, Vinegar, Sodium Bisulfate, Caramel Color, Mixed Tocopherols and Citric Acid (preservatives), Rosemary Extract

Nutrition Information

Calorie Content

3,007 kcal ME / kg; 3 kcal ME / treat

Crude Protein (min.) 13.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 9.0%
Crude Fibre (max.) 1.0%
Moisture (max.) 28.0%


Feeding Guidelines

Feed as a treat. 
1. FILL: To FILL hold the PILL POCKETS™ treat in one hand and place medicine into the built-in pouch.
2. PINCH: Using the same hand holding the PILL POCKETS™ treat, PINCH the top of the pouch to close.
3. GIVE: The PILL POCKETS™ treat is now sealed around the medicine. GIVE to your cat to enjoy! 
IMPORTANT: To prevent transfer of the medicine's smell and taste, do not touch the PILL POCKETS™ treat with the hand that held the medicine.


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