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James Wellbeloved Pure Incentives Lamb Dog Treats

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Manufacturer: James Wellbeloved / Type: Dog Food

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      23.03.2010 21:10
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      Advantages

      Disadvantages

      One off treat only

      What are James Wellbeloved Pure Incentives?

      Pure incentives have been specifically created with the help of top dog trainers to make sure they provide a top reward that is needed to give effect dog training. They come in Lamb and Rosemary or Fish flavour.

      Pure Incentives are special because they contain no added artificial additives, colours, flavours or preservatives, and are naturally hypo-allergenic, as they don't include many ingredients which are known to cause allergies.

      Cost

      One tin of 25g costs £2.04 from pets at Home or local pet stores and online chains. I recently purchased these on one day offer, buy one gte one free from Pets at Home online.

      Ingredients

      Fresh Lamb and Rosemary. Thats it!

      Nutrional Info

      Protein 56%, Oil 28%, Ash 7%, Fibre 0.2%

      Feeding Instructions

      It states toy dogs shouls not exceed 10 treats, small dog 20, medium 35 and large 50.

      My eat-anything Lab x lurchers opinion

      The smell to me was extremely meaty and strong. I did try putting a treat in front of her nose when she slept but it didn't wake her. However as soon as she woke up she caught a smell of the treat and gobbled it up. No complaints there.

      My opinion

      I feel the size of the tub isn't worth the price tag as it wouldn't last very long. Although it only contains 2 ingredients i find I would need a lot of treats to take to dog training and could easy use the one pot. I don't like giving my dog more than 22% of protein and found this content far too high and worried that a lot would give Milly a bad tummy. Milly loved the trat and os did my 10 year old picky Yorky, however one tub won't last long and is a little expensive. I would use these as a once in a while indulgent treat. Due to their small size my dog eats these without much or any munching which doesnt help her digestion, I would prefer to stick to crackerjacks, also made by James Wellbeloved.

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