Ingredients: Chickpea, Pea Flour, Coconut Glycerin, Tapioca Flour, Brewers Yeast, Peanut Flour, Molasses, Carob Powder, Salt, Citric Acid, Sorbic Acid, Peanut Butter Flavor.
*Human Allergen Statement: Contains peanuts. (you don’t need to include this if you don’t want to or if you need space)
- Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min.) 11.0%, Crude Fat (min.) 2.0%, Crude Fiber (max.) 8.5%, Moisture (max.) 20.0%.
- Calorie Content (Calculated ME): 3320 kcal/kg, 166 kcal per stick
Directions for Use
We recommend you give your dog Peanut Butter and Carob Flavor Dental Chew Sticks as needed. This product is a treat and is not intended to be fed as a meal. Monitor your dog when using this product to ensure that the treat is adequately chewed prior to swallowing.
Here are the recommended directions for use based on your dog’s weight:
- Small dogs (5-20 pounds) = 1/2 stick
- Medium dogs (20-50 pounds) = 1 stick
- Large dogs (50+ pounds) = 1-2 sticks
Is peanut butter safe for dogs?
Yes, peanut butter is safe for dogs! In fact, it can be a healthy and delicious treat for your pup. Just be sure to choose peanut butter without any artificial ingredients or additives.
What peanut butters contain xylitol?
Xylitol is a sugar alcohol often used as a sugar substitute in some food and medicines. Avoid any peanut butter brands that contain xylitol because it can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar levels in your dog, leading to weakness, loss of coordination, and other health issues.
HolistaPet Peanut Butter & Carob Dental Chews don’t contain any xylitol and is made with only natural ingredients, making it safe for your dog to chew!
How much peanut butter can I give my dog?
It’s recommended to give your dog about 1 tbsp (one tablespoon) of peanut butter a day. However, that amount can differ based on your dog’s size and dietary needs.
Start with a smaller amount, like 1 tsp (one teaspoon) of peanut butter, and see how your pup does before increasing the portion size. Also, it’s very important to remember that peanut butter is high in fat. Too much fat can lead to weight gain and other health problems for your dog, so it’s important to feed it in moderation.
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