Lily's Kitchen Dog Chew Sticks with Salmon

Lily's Kitchen Dog Chew Sticks with Salmon

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  • 120g £2.99


Treats don’t have to be boring. Why let humans have all food fun? Chew on the go or put your paws up and tuck in. However you enjoy them, our chew sticks are delicious. We’ve been told a solid 5 paws out of 5. You can thank us later.
This recipe is packed with responsibly sourced salmon, sweet potato, spinach and dill. Fishy and fancy! A bit like fine dining by the sea without getting your paws wet.


Potato starch, glycerin, tapioca (dried), salmon (fresh, 10%), sweet potato (dried, 10%), chicken meat (dried, 5%), spinach (dried, 1%), cellulose, dill (dried, 0.5%), sodium bicarbonate.

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Overall 5
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55 Dog loves these
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By on 4 March 2023

Bought these because they were on offer. Dog loves them.

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55 Excellent
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By on 10 June 2022

Absolutely love these and so does my dog . Great choice of flavours and all natural .

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55 Birthday has come everyday
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By on 7 June 2022

They smell lovely wherever the dog is she soon comes when these are open

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55 Tasty for my dog
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By on 9 March 2022

My doggie loves these I have bought loads of them for her.

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