Insect with Apple & Chia Seeds

Tried and tested grub by our canine colleagues, these biscuits passed with flying colours. Insects are hypoallergenic with a low carbon footprint when compared to other sources of meat protein. What’s more, they’re a source of digestible protein that dogs love to snuffle up, nature at its best. We’ve added a few extra ingredients; apple, chai seeds and parsley to make these treats even more irresistible. Pocket-sized and compostable packaging approved, ready to grab-and-go.

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Oat Flour, Vegetable Glycerine, Rye Flour, Dried Insect 8%, Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, Dried Apple (2%), Parsley (1%), Chia Seeds (1%), Minerals.
Analytical Constituents
Crude Protein - 10.37%, Crude Oils - 11.67%, Crude Fibre - 2.6%, Inorganic Matter - 2.12%, Moisture - 18%

MADE WITH

Insect

High in easily digestible protein and hypoallergenic, with an earthy taste dogs love.

Apple

Sweet, crunchy and full of fibre to promote healthy digestion.

Chia Seed

Full of fibre and high in calcium, to support bone health. These nutritional powerhouses are also high in Omega 3 for a healthy heart.

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Quality Matters

High protein

Insects have been hiding under rocks and in trees for too long. They are a super source of digestible protein. Even better, dogs love the earthy taste. They have all the aminos and proteins needed to build and maintain healthy muscles, making these little treats a great addition to your dog’s diet.

Lower Carbon Pawprint

We’re all looking for ways to cut down on our meat intake wherever and whenever we can. Insects are similar to meat, but much better. They have everything dogs love, without the environmental impact of resource-intensive agriculture.

Oven powered by renewables

We gently baked these treats in small batches in the UK. What’s more, the ovens are powered by renewable energy, making the biscuits more energy efficient to produce. We responsibly source our ingredients as locally as possible, keeping travel miles down and everything as fresh as possible.