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Hill's® Science Diet® Soft & Chewy Training Treats with Real Chicken Dog Treat
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Hill's® Science Diet® Soft & Chewy Training Treats with Real Chicken are delicious natural treats made from only the best ingredients. Made with real chicken for the perfect little reward. No artificial flavors or preservatives.
Feed as a snack as part of a healthy routine. These treats are a wonderful complement to Science Diet® dry and canned foods.
|Real chicken is the #1 ingredient.|
|Only 3 calories per treat make perfect little rewards.|
|Ideal for training.|
|The perfect treat for your perfect dog.|
|100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.|
Try our entire portfolio of tasty treat varieties, including Soft Savories, Crunchy Fruity Snacks, Baked Light Biscuits, and Jerky Strips.
Normally active puppy (9+ weeks old), adult and mature adult dogs
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INGREDIENTS: Chicken, Whole Grain Oats, Wheat Flour, Wheat Starch, Glycerin, Dextrose, Flaxseed, Water, Cane Molasses, Chicken Fat, Pork Gelatin, Citric Acid for freshness, Chicken Liver Flavor, Salt, Chicken Flavor, Natural Flavors, Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Rosemary Extract.
|Weight of Dog||Amount per Day|
|5 lb (2,3 kg)||7|
|10 lb (4,5 kg)||12|
|20 lb (9,1 kg)||20|
|40 lb (18 kg)||33|
|60 lb (27 kg)||44|
|80 lb (36 kg)||55|
|100 lb (45 kg)||65|
We know that face is hard to resist, but feed these to dogs as a snack as part of a healthy feeding routine with Science Diet dry and canned foods. Treats should not be more than 10% of a dog's daily nutrition. For best quality (and a happy dog!), use within 3 weeks of opening.
3097 kcal/kg (3.5 kcal/treat)
|Carbohydrate / NFE||70.5|
1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.
Ask your veterinarian for alternatives.