Wag More Bark Less

Itty Bitty Biscuits: Chicken & Carrots

5 simple ingredients including Natural Chicken & Carrots
  • No artificial colors or flavors
  • Made with healthy whole grain
  • No dairy, corn, soy, and white potatoes
  • Oven baked in the USA
  • Tiny, low calorie smiling star, sun and cloud shapes
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Nutrition Facts

Ingredients
Whole wheat flour, chicken, expeller pressed canola oil, carrots, mixed tocopherols (natural preservative).

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (min) 11.0%
Crude Fat (min) 4.0%
Crude Fiber (max) 4.0%
Moisture (max) 10.0%

Kcal Per Kg:
3035 kcal/kg
3.04 kcal/treat

Reviews

  1. Question

    Kim G Barr

    What is the size of the Itty Bitty Wag More biscuits? And do you carry the Buddy Biscuit teeny treats, and what size are they. Thank you.

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      Cloud Star

      Hello, the Wag More Bark Less Itty Bitty Treats are approximately 3/4″ in size. The Buddy Biscuit Teeny Treats can be found at http://www.buddybiscuits.com. They are about the same size but a different shape.

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  2. Question

    Rick

    I can’t find the WMBL Itty Bitty Chicken and Carrot biscuits anywhere (not the Buddy’s with Rosemary, Rosemary gives my dog seizures. Wish dog food companies would not put that in everything. Bought the 20 lb last time now can’t find any size anywhere. Where can I find these (prefer 20 lb)?

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    • Cloud Star

      Cloud Star

      Thanks for reaching out! Our Itty Bitty Chicken and Carrots are being discontinued – however, we do still have our Chicken and Sweet Potato treats which will be most similar to our Chicken and Carrot treats!

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