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BURNS LAUNCHES NEW NATURAL TRAINING TREATS

19 Jul 2021

BURNS LAUNCHES NEW NATURAL TRAINING TREATS

Burns Pet Nutrition Stand: F20
BURNS LAUNCHES NEW NATURAL TRAINING TREATS
New Improved Treats - Keltie Bites, Carrot Bites and Oatie Bites

Burns Pet Nutrition has launched a new range of natural dog treats. The range is available in several varieties, including Oatie Bites, Pork Bites, Training Bites and Keltie Bites.

Burns new 100% natural treat range has been designed with both the owner and dog in mind. As well as being 100% natural and hypoallergenic, they are also tasty and suitable for sensitive dogs.

The range focuses on providing a natural and healthy balance for your dog, using a handful of natural, wholesome ingredients so that your pet can get all the nutrients they need with absolutely no artificial nasties.

Burns Pet Nutrition Founder, John Burns said:

“It is easy for new dog owners to give their dogs more treats than they need, which can lead to dogs putting on excess weight. We wanted to launch a range of training treats, which can provide dogs with all the nutrients that they need without the artificial ingredients that they don't.”

The full range includes:

Keltie Bites

The story of Burns in a biscuit, Keltie Bites are a delicious, natural treat made from brown rice, chicken and ocean fish. They’re low in fat, wholesome and easy to digest, making them the ideal occasional snack for your dog.

Brown Rice (52%), Oats (19%), Chicken Meal (12%), Potato, Fish Meal, Chicken Fat, Seaweed, Thyme, Parsley, Oregano, Basil, Fennel, Rosemary
 

Oatie Bites

Packed with apple, chamomile and oats, these treats are extra filling and extra tasty. Oatie Bites are high in fibre and low in fat, making them perfect for super hungry hounds and a great complement to our Weight Control range.

Oats (52%), Brown Rice (18%), Chicken Meal (17%), Peas, Chicken Liver, Dried Apple (2%), Chamomile Flower (0.5%), Seaweed

Pork Bites

Even sensitive dogs can get their tails wagging for our tasty Pork Bites. Made with easily digestible carbohydrates, these pork and potato treats are hypoallergenic, low in fat and completely grain free.

Potato (50%), Pork Meal (31%), Pea Starch, Pork Fat, Peas, Seaweed.

Turkey Bites

Turkey Bites are a tasty, natural treat made using grain free carbohydrates and a novel protein source. These turkey treats are low in fat, easily digestible and nutritionally beneficial, making them an ideal occasional snack for sensitive and fussy dogs.

Turkey Meal (26%), Potato (42%), Buckwheat (26%), Turkey Fat, Seaweed


Training Bites

Ideal for those daily training sessions, our Training Bites are made with healthy chicken, brown rice and added chicken livers to make them extra tasty. Their small biscuit size will appeal to puppies and small breed dogs.

Brown Rice (47%), Chicken Meal (38%), Maize, Chicken Fat, Chicken Livers, Seaweed

Carrot Bites

Carrot Bites are a tasty, quick and convenient way to add a healthy vegetable to your dog’s diet. These treats are made using 100% crunchy carrot, making them a great occasional snack with the added benefit of an extra veggie boost.

100% Carrots

Ocean Bites

Made using 100% sustainably sourced whitefish, Ocean Bites are natural, low in fat and naturally rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6. These crunchy treats are hypoallergenic and free from additives, colours and preservatives.
100% White Fish Skins
 

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About Burns Pet Nutrition 

Burns Pet Nutrition is a family run business based in Kidwelly, South Wales. The natural pet food company has been feeding healthy and happy cats, dogs and rabbits since 1993 and is helmed by Veterinary Surgeon and business owner, John Burns. 

All Burns products are natural, hypoallergenic and designed to suit all dog breeds and ages. Mr Burns is an advocate of healthy eating and believes that many of the health problems affecting pets are diet related and can be avoided with the correct nutrition. 

www.burnspet.co.uk  

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