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Greenies Cat Pill Pockets Salmon

Greenies Cat Pill Pockets Salmon

  • $999


The #1 Vet-Recommended Choice for Giving Pills*

FELINE GREENIES® PILL POCKETS® Treats have built-in pouches to easily hide pills and ensure your cat takes their medication. These all-natural treats are a healthier alternative to using human foods, because they have fewer calories and less fat and sodium. Plus, they're made with real chicken and natural salmon proteins for a great taste. Make pill-giving more enjoyable for both you and your cat.
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Turn Pill Time Into Treat Time®

This healthy and delicious treat masks the taste and smell of medicine, making pill-giving a reliable, stress-free experience.

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A Healthier Alternative

These all-natural treats are a healthier alternative to hiding medications inside human foods.

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Designed by Vets

These treats were designed and are recommended by vets to help you follow your own veterinarian's recommendations and pill-giving regimens.

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Two Delicious Flavors

It’s easy giving medicine when you have two tasty flavors to hide it in. Pick your cat’s favorite: chicken or salmon flavors.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 11.00%
Crude Fat (Min.) 9.50%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 1.00%
Moisture (Max.) 31.00%

Calorie Content / (Calculated)

3,083 (kcal/kg) ME
3 calories (kcal) per treat
45 servings per package (approx.)

Ingredients

Rehydrated chicken, glycerin, wheat flour, wheat gluten, hydrolyzed salmon (source of salmon flavor), vegetable oil, natural flavors, dried corn syrup, dried cultured skim milk, sodium bisulfate, xanthan gum, preserved with mixed tocopherols

Feed as a treat.

Fill

1. FILL: Hold PILL POCKETS® Treat with your thumb and forefinger; insert medicine.

Pinch

2. PINCH: Using the same hand to hold the PILL POCKETS® Treat, squeeze the top half closed.

Give

3. GIVE: The PILL POCKETS® Treat is now sealed, and you can feed it to your cat.

ATTENTION: To prevent transfer of the medicine's smell and taste, do not touch the PILL POCKETS® Treat with the hand that held the medicine.


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