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Polkadog Cod Skins Crunchy Sticks for Dogs (5 lb)

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Description

Polkadog Cod Skins Crunchy Sticks for Dogs are all-American, all-natural dog treats that are hand-made to provide a savory snack your pooch will love.

 These crunchy sticks are made from the cod caught by the local fishermen of Maine, Cape Cod, and Alaska to maintain PolkaDog's commitment to quality and wholesome living.

Polkadog Cod Skins Crunchy Sticks for Dogs are 100% natural and include only hand-rolled and dehydrated cod skin. This reusable and recyclable package contains 4.7 ounces of the treats to provide your pooch with an ample supply the skins. Treat your pooch to something special and grab a container of these delectable cod skins for your pooch today!

Key Features:
  • 100% all-natural cod skin
  • Hand-rolled and dehydrated to ensure pristine quality
  • Made in the USA
  • Ingredients

    Ingredients: Cod skins.

    Guaranteed Analysis
    Crude Protein (Min.)82%
    Crude Fat (Min.)2%
    Crude Fiber (Max.)0%
    Moisture (Max.)10%

    Useful Information

    Made in the USA.

    Customer Reviews

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    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By Kenda
    Orange County, CA
    Outstanding single ingredient treat
    September 17, 2021
    Our pup has allergies and we limit treats for him to single ingredient treats so we know what he is eating. He loves the Polkadog cod skins. We buy the biggest bags they have and these work well for training treats or his after dinner treat. They are high quality treats and perfect for any dog not allergic to fish.
    Pros
    • Single ingredient with clear label.
    Cons
    • None.

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