Naturo Puppy Pack
Bringing a puppy into your home can be such an exciting time. You're welcoming a new member into the family. At Naturo Petfoods we believe in making sure dogs get off to the best start in life.
The Naturo puppy pack comes with:
- Two boxes (2 x 7 packs) of Naturo puppy food,
- Cosy fleece blanket with Naturo embroidery 120x150cm
- Non-slip bowl,
- Toy to help you bond with your new best friend,
- A handy guide to life with your new puppy.
We believe that every dog deserves the best start in life and that's why our Wet Puppy Food is made with 60% Chicken. This protein-packed meal is a rich source of protein for growing puppies. See full product details at https://www.naturopetfoods.com/puppy-grain-free-chicken-potato-with-vegetables-150g-x-7.
*Image of blanket not representative of final product- colour and type of blanket subject to availability*
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