Salmon snacks dog 100% Salmon 175gr

Lakse Kronch Original are tasty and healthy dog biscuits made from only salmon, your dog does everything for that!

Grain-free dog treats made from salmon

Tasty and healthy snacks made from only salmon, that's what your dog does everything for. The snacks are made from 100% fresh salmon, have a very high acceptance and contain the essential unsaturated fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6. Lax Kronch "Original" salmon snacks are 100% grain-free and do not contain any flavors, colors or flavors or salt or sugar. This makes Henne Kronch "Original" the ideal dog biscuit for dogs with a sensitive stomach or sensitive intestines.

The dog biscuit for in between, trainer or reward

Lax Kronch "Original" Salmon Snacks are ideal as trainers during training, obedience course, reward or as an absolute treat for your dog.
They are also very easy to portion so that you can also give smaller rewards. Many dog schools work with Lakse Kronch "Original" as trainers and are very enthusiastic about this!

Omega fatty acids

The Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids from the salmon have a good influence on the skin and coat of your dog, partly due to the Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids, the coat will become full and shiny. These fats are also good for the heart and blood vessels of the dog.

Resealable packaging

The Henne Kronch "Original" Salmon Snacks are available in a handy resealable foil bag. Our 175 gram packaging is handy and ideal to take with you wherever you and your dog go. In addition, the dog biscuits in the foil bag remain wonderfully crispy and fresh.
Available in bags of 175 grams and 600 grams.
Storage advice: keep cool and dark. Do not expose the bags to strong sunlight.


Crude Protein 39.8 g
Crude Fat 44.9 g
Crude Ash 10.3 g
Water 7.0 g
of this polyunsaturated fatty acids 12.6 g
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 1.34 g
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 2.09 g

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