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Arden Grange Tasty Liver Paste for Dogs and Cats 75g

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Manufacturer: Arden Grange



Arden Grange Tasty Liver Treat for Dogs and Cats is the ideal snack or training treat for your pet.

This liver flavoured paste can also be spread inside various toys and games, stimulating your pet when bored or hungry.

It can also be used when giving pills and other types of medication, by simply disguising the medication within the tasty paste.

Contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Feeding Guidelines:
Adult Cats & Small dogs: Up to 1/6 tube per day
Medium dogs: Up to 1/4 tube per day
Large dogs: Up to 1/2 tube per day

Pork, Pork Liver (35%), Sunflower Oil, Pork Fat, Dried Mixed Vegetables, Gelatine and Parsley


Reviews Overall rating: (5 of 5)

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Tammy Mear

Great treat for dogs and cats my 4 dogs and 2 cats go crazy for this

Sophie Mcdonald

i bought this to fill my dog's Kong toy, it is easy to use and he loves it.

Claire Hodgkin

The dogs love this product. Really high value treat, great for training.

Erika Somlai

This is a very tasty liver paste, my chiuhauha loves it. He has a very sensitive stomach but does not have problem with this product. I'm gonna buy more.

Alex Irvine

perfect for kongs! my puppy loves it! also helpful to put a little on any tablet your dog may need to take!your dog will be fully compliant with all tablets if you do this! wish they would do more flavours! (ps know it says to focus on product in any review but cheapest place i've found it is here on VetUK!! )

Jane Gillott

Great, finally a good product for my very sensitive labrador. Its great for using in her kong toy, which she has been unable to use for a while as she is on a cereal free diet.