If your dog has diarrhea, the soluble fiber in the pumpkin will absorb the excess water, resulting in firmer stools. For a pet that is constipated the high water and fiber content in pumpkin will help add bulk and soften the stool, acting as a natural laxative. Even if your pet has no digestive issues, adding pumpkin to their diet can help your fur-baby stay regular.  Pumpkin is a healthy addition to your pets' diet and is a great source of fiber, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and carotenoids. Pumpkin treats are great for dogs with Liver Disease. These treats are a fur-family favorite.


6 Ounces/Now 8 Ounces

2 Ounces Free


2" Bones


12 Month Shelf Life




  • Ingredients

    Oat flour, banana, and pumpkin.

  • Guaranteed Analysis:

    Crude Protein (min)          12%

    Crude Fat (min)                    5,5%

    Crude Fiber (max)                2.5%

    Moisture (max)                       6%


    Calorie Content: (Calculated) ME:3410 KCAL/KG 96OZ


    Feed as a snack or treat.

  • Net Weight:

    8 Ounces