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Cadet Gourmet Beef Hide Shish Kabob Dog Treats

Cadet Gourmet Beef Hide Shish Kabob dog treats are an irresistible reward! Made with premium-quality ingredients, these low-fat treats take long-lasting beef hide and wrap it with real proteins and nutritious sweet potato for a delicious chewing experience. Our shish kabobs are crafted with natural, limited ingredients and do not contain any artificial colors, fillers, or flavors. Plus, they help clean teeth and gums as dogs chew to promote a healthy smile. Whether you’re occupying your furry family member or just giving them a special reward, these shish kabob dog treats will keep your Cadet happy!

  • Naturally low in fat and high in protein
  • Promotes healthy teeth and gums as dogs chew
  • Contains no artificial colors, fillers, or flavors
  • Inspected and tested in the USA
  • Extra-large shish kabob dog treats are longer and thicker—perfect for occupying and rewarding
  • Features real chicken, chicken liver, and sweet potato wrapped around savory beef hide

Beef Hide, Chicken, Chicken Liver, Sweet Potato, Vegtable Glycerin, Wheat Flour, Vegtable Protein, Garlic, Salt, FD&C Yellow #6

Crude Protein: Min. 50% Crude Fat: Min. 1% Crude Fat: Max. 5% Crude Fiber: Max. 3% Moisture: Max. 18%

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