The Dog House Sleepy Snacks Refill Box Dog Treat
From a recipe crafted by Michel Roux, our calming Sleepy Snacks contain Flaxseed, Camomile and Pumpkin seed (an effective source of tryptophan, encouraging the synthesis of serotonin and melatonin).
We've combined these ingredients with the flavours and health-giving properties of Cranberries, Seaweed, Probiotics, Spinach and Green Tea extract, creating biscuits that are not only delicious, but also very nutritious.
No added artificial colourants
No added artificial preservatives
Formulated without wheat and gluten
Crude Protein 11%, Crude Oil and Fats 7%, Crude Fibres 4.5%, Crude Ash 5%, Moisture 8%, Omega 6 1.21%, Omega 3 0.50%, Calcium 0.30%, Phosphorus 0.21%
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Definitely does the trick!We have used these as part of the nighttime routine since we first adopted our greyhound in November 2020. He absolutely loves them and hops straight in his bed as soon as he sees them! I have never seen our dog drool as much as when he has these so they must be super tasty. We give him 3 biscuits at bedtime every night - I hope they continue to make them for many years to come or we wonâ€™t know how to get our dog the go to bed!
Our dog LOVES theseOur 6 month old dog loves these! He was playing up at bedtime and avoiding getting into his crate. Now when I head over to the tin to get one of these, he runs into his crate to wait for his bedtime treat. Would definitely recommend
Dogs feel cheated if they donâ€™t get one before bedDogs feel cheated if they donâ€™t get one before bed time, seems to ready them for the night.
GreatGood products, good prices and so convenient to have delivered with my Ocado shop which means no delivery charge and minimal packaging.
Much appreciated, although expensiveI get these occasionally as an extra special bedtime treat, and he really does love them. He has a stick of celery every night at bed time which he loves, but when he hears the tin open its dropped like a hot potato and a tsunami of saliva follows