Bell & Bone Duck, Mint & Cinnamon Dental Stick Dog Treats - Medium

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Duck isn’t just lean and easy-to-digest, it’s also delicious! Bell and Bone Dental Sticks are a great source of protein for overweight dogs, or dogs with sensitive tummies, These all-natural Aussie chews will help to protect your pet’s winning smile using active ingredients that remove plaque and tartar as they chew.

Let them sink their teeth into something they love with Bell and Bone Dental Sticks.

  • Australian-made with all-natural ingredients
  • No grains or fillers
  • Removes plaque and tartar
  • Mint and parsley for fresh breath
  • Cinnamon helps maintain a healthy weight and provides anti-inflammatory properties
  • Delicious duck is lean and easy-to-digest
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Animal Dog
brand Bell & Bone
Food Type Treat
Nutritional Information Metabolisable Energy (ME): 281.5 kcal/100g, Crude Protein: 18.9%, Crude Fat: 4.5%, Crude Fibre: 0.4%, Carbohydrates: 47%, Salt: 0.6%.
Ingredients Duck (23%), Tapioca, Vegetable Binder, Coconut, Sweet Potato, Mint (4%), Guar Gum, Natural Flavour, Cinnamon (1.2%), Parsley, Chia Seed, Vegetable Oil, Vegetable Protein, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Zinc Sulphate, Acacia Gum.
Prescription Required No
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  • Free standard delivery for all online orders over $75 Australia Wide
  • All online orders under $75, can be delivered for a flat rate of $9.99
  • Free Click & Collect at any of our stores*
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  • You can return any product purchased from us within 14 days of the date of purchase for a refund, exchange, or instore credit of equivalent value.
  • For online purchases you can choose to return your product to any Best Friends’ store or by post.
  • We cannot accept returns by post if they were purchased in-store.
  • Faulty goods are accepted by returning the product instore at one of our Best Friends Pets stores or by post to our online warehouse.
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