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Dogcandy Lookin' Good Dog Treats
Date Posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Dogcandy Lookin' Good Dog Treats
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Manufacturer: Claudia's Canine Cuisine

Product Description: We got an instant dessert craving when we saw Claudia's Canine Cuisine's Dogcandy Lookin' Good Dog Treats. Seriously, they look really good. The hand-decorated treats are sure to get attention if placed near a register, and they could even inspire their own display. One tester said her dogs scarfed the treats down and came up looking for more, despite one being a very finicky eater. “No upset tummies!” she added. The premium, U.S.-made treats have no preservatives or fillers, and they come in mouth-watering varieties such as Crème Brulee, Holiday Hound Pound Cakes, real dehydrated fruit-topped Doggie Scones, Peanut Studded Bark-Bark and Paw Print Suckers, made with real peanut butter and molded on a rawhide munchie stick.

Contact: 501-851-0002

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