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Fokker Milk: For New Born Pups

Fokker Milk is a complete mother’s milk replacer for newborn puppies as it forms the basis for a healthy dog later on.

It’s also suitable as supplementary food for puppies and young dogs as it promotes healthy and uniform growth. As it boosts and strengthens the immune system, it can be used to support pregnant and lactating dogs, and aid in the recovery of animals.

Fokker Milk is available in 500 g containers at Pet Lovers Centre.

Icelandic+: Cod & Lobster Dog Treat

Your dog will love the irresistible taste and satisfying crunch of Icelandic+ natural cod and lobster combo bites.

These dog treats are made from cod and lobster caught fresh in Iceland and air-dried within FDA, USDA, EU, and MAST standards. The treats promote healthy skin and coat with Omega-3 fatty acids and, at the same time, it reduces plaque and tartar build-up in your dog’s teeth.

For freshness and convenience, the treats are packaged in a stand-up 100 g resealable bag.

Available at Pet Lovers Centre.

Instinct: Real Lamb Recipe

Instinct, the Raw Brand offers

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