100% Wild Boar Treats

Exclusively For Dog Food Subscribers

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" ~ Hippocrates! Just like you we are serious about feeding only the best food and treats to our dogs. That's why we put together a range of super tasty & healthy snacks, perfect for guilt-free rewards.

Our 100% Wild Boar Treats are naturally air dried and provide a sensationally delicious treat for your dog.  Wild boar has a strong, rich flavour reminiscent of the wild prey Grey Wolves would have hunted thousands of years ago.  Not only does it taste great it's healthy too.

  • no artificial preservatives
  • no artificial flavours
  • no artificial colours
  • no GM ingredients
  • no added salt 
  • no added sugar
  • easy to digest
  • high in iron
  • high in protein
  • rich in Niacin, Selenium, Zinc & Vitamin B
  • 100% natural 
  • 5 Pieces

Suitable for dogs over 3 months. Feed under supervision. Store in a cool, dry place.

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Customer Reviews

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Wild Boar Treats

Our furry family member absolutely adores these treats! She suffers from a very sensitive tummy so we struggle to find food or treats that she loves but don't cause any digestive problems, however your treats cause no issues at all. She gets excited as soon as the box arrives.

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A.D.
Very good value

Both my pooches love this. 100% meat. How can they go wrong!

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B.F.
Treats

My dog loved them!!

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J.B.
Boar Treats

Smell disgusting but the dogs go crazy for them. Wish there were 6 in a packet as with 2 dogs would be much better

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J.D.
Wild Boar treatment ex hunter of Boar

My Dachsbracke hound was originally used for sniffing out wounded Boar and Deer before he found his way to us. I use them for a scenting game and he seems to relish the reward treat. In an ideal world these would be great in smaller bite sized treats, but then again it's a kind of sport for me trying to cut them up with an excited dog jumping around :)