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Science Diet- Crunchy Fruity Dog Snacks from #chewylove


Hill's Science Diet Fruity Snacks with Apples & Oatmeal allow you to feel great about rewarding your dog for a job well done. Delicious and natural, they are made from only the best ingredients, proving that treats can be good for you too. And since every single treat is baked with real apples, they are a natural source of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. A wonderful complement to the Science Diet, these crunchy bites make every treat a special occasion, whether you’re celebrating a new trick or just an extra adorable moment.
Key Benefits
Crunchy treats made with real fruit pieces make every treat a special occasion
Highy quality ingredients like oatmeal support healthy digestion
Made with flaxseed to support healthy skin and coat
Naturally preserved with no corn, artificial colors or flavors
Provides a natural sources of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients

My Review
Thank you for sending me free samples of the "Science Diet- Crunchy Fruity Dog Snacks.   I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own.  

As soon as I opened the bag my Kiah girl started salivating and was ready to dig into her new scrumptious treat.  I noticed there was a fruity sweet smell so I bet her senses made her mouth drool immediately!  

The bag has a convenient ziplock so the snacks will stay fresh.   The biscuits as you can see are small and were easy for my dog to eat.  They did crumble apart easily for her to chew and she made sure not to leave any crumbs behind!  

Kiah was earning these treats as fast as I could get them out as a reward for good pictures.   HA... yes Y'all know we have been working on getting pictures of her for these reviews.  

I am more confident giving Kiah snacks when I know they have vitamins and minerals to help her stay healthy.   Thank-you chewy for always having safe ingredients for our fur babies.  



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