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Amazing changes to our Crunchy Bites dog treats


Did you know we’ve made our Crunchy Bites range even better?


Handy smaller treat size

The new size is now ideal for all breeds and sizes. While some dogs enjoyed the old standard size, many owners were finding they would have to snap the treat in half or that their dog would drop some onto the floor after crunching and hoover up the rest. The smaller size ensures more breed sizes can enjoy our treats in a single bite. (Crunchy Bites are now approximately 4cm wide.)

We’ve added some health promoting botanicals and supplements

Powerful natural antioxidants in green tea and grape seed extracts now provide extra support to dog’s immune systems and we have added joint supplements MSM, glucosamine and chondroitin to all our Crunchy Bite recipes too.

All the range is now suitable for puppies

You can give the entire range to dogs from 8 weeks of age, making a great training aid for puppies without the worry of upsetting their developing digestion.

New stay fresh pack

The convenient and resealable 225g 'stay fresh' bag has an added foil lining for extra freshness.


Still naturally hypoallergenic

Our Crunchy bites continue to be suitable for dogs with even the most sensitive digestion and are free from the most common dietary allergens; wheat gluten, beef, soya, dairy products, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Still delivering nutrition with every bite

The recipes are still filled to the brim with nourishing and nutritious ingredients including; krill – our superior source of omega-3, prebiotics FOS and MOS to aid digestion, cranberries for antioxidant and antiviral support and linseed providing a good source of fibre and omega-3.

Our bite-sized treats are bursting with goodness and come in five fantastic varieties; Chicken, Lamb, Salmon, Sensitive and Light, so even sensitive or dieting dogs can enjoy a healthy reward. Available now from your local pet shop or online pet store.


Continue to reward your dog for good behaviour, but make sure to keep your pet moving, that any treats given are healthy and nutritious and that the main diet is suitably reduced to allow for those extra calories!

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