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James Wellbeloved Minijacks Hypo-Allergenic Dog Treats - Turkey
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Suitable for smaller breeds of adult dog, these James Wellbeloved Minijacks snacks are a natural and nutritious way to give your pet a treat. How it works These tasty snacks contain only...  Read more

James Wellbeloved Minijacks Hypo-Allergenic Dog Treats - Turkey

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Product details

Suitable for smaller breeds of adult dog, these James Wellbeloved Minijacks snacks are a natural and nutritious way to give your pet a treat.

How it works

These tasty snacks contain only natural ingredients, with no artificial additives, colourings, preservatives or sugars. Each treat provides a healthy serving of lean protein, rice, herbs, vitamins and minerals, in exactly the right quantity for smaller breeds of dog. It therefore gives your pet a boost of energy to help them stay active and continue playing or training. These treats are available in a range of flavours including fish, poultry and lamb, so your dog will never get bored.

The recipe is hypoallergenic and doesn't contain any of the components that dogs usually struggle to digest, such as soya, wheat or dairy. If you've noticed that your pet is uncomfortable after eating they could be reacting to an ingredient in their dinner, so consult your vet for advice on food allergies. 

Key benefits

  • tasty treat designed for small breeds
  • suitable for dogs over the age of six months
  • available in a selection of fish, poultry and lamb flavours
  • contains protein, vitamins and minerals for a health boost
  • only natural ingredients and no artificial additives
  • hypoallergenic recipe without wheat, soya or dairy

When to use it

When your dog is over the age of six months old, you can use James Wellbeloved Minijacks to give them a treat while training or playing. Receiving a snack after completing a task can help to reinforce the skill that your pet has learned, so they'll be more likely to retain that knowledge and repeat it in the future. Some foods can be too rich for smaller breeds, so this recipe has been carefully developed to provide a nutritional boost for little dogs, such as Jack Russell terriers or pugs.

Customer reviews

5 out of 5 22  Reviews

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  • Great natural treat
    I like these treat biscuits for my Jack Russel because they are a good size, they are crunchy and he loves them and they are made from natural ingredients. He has one a day.
    Hayho - August 11, 2020
  • Great treats
    Glad I bought them and will buy some more when I can
    Peps - March 24, 2020
  • Great for my little pooch
    Turkey Minijacks are crunchy and tasty treats, perfect for a small mouthed dog.
    CornishPoppy - February 19, 2020
  • Great for small dog's.
    I've been using these for my mini Yorki. He loves them and as they are crunchy they actually help clean his teeth.
    Indi567 - October 31, 2018
  • wonderful for her roly ball
    Our dog has one of those balls that you can put treats into and these are her favourite biscuits to have in as she loves the noise they make. She wolfs them down when she gets them out of the ball too!
    bagginses - November 14, 2017