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FD Chicken & Gadus Cube

Posted By: PETO

Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2021

Price: $1.00

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https://www.petoobio.com/products/fd-chicken-gadus-cube.html



Features of FD Chicken & Gadus Cube
1.Freeze dried Chicken & freeze dried minnows is a good source of protein, low in fat and rich in vitamins and minerals;
2.As a kind of mixed dog treats, it is healthy without any addictives.
3.Low-sensitive taste good excellent palatability.


Specification of FD Chicken&Gadus Cube
project indicator
crude protein ≥32%
crude fat ≥5%
crude fibre ≤5%
crude ash ≤17%
water ≤10%


heavy metal element limit the quantity of mg/kg
arsenic ≤10
lead ≤10
mercury ≤0.3
chromium ≤5
cadmium ≤2
fluorine ≤500


project limit the quantity
aerobic bacterial count,cfu/g ≤20000
salmonella,25g non


Hunan PETO Biotechnology Co., Ltd. is one of the most professional pet treats manufacturer, we provide freeze dried meat wholesale, freeze dried minnows bulk, pet goods, pet shop supplies and etc. Want to know more? Please contact us.



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Must’ve been someone pretty powerful and important, but if that’s the case I doubt $88,000 would have meant much. Probably would have been peanuts.
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