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  • Fresh Duck Necks 1kg 100% Natural Dog Bones | Nutriment

Fresh Duck Necks

1.00 KGS
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Product Description

Suitable for all breeds.

All dogs should be supervised with bones.

1kg of frozen meaty duck necks in a sealed bag. Ideal for a treat meal every now and then, or a tasty snack for the larger dog!  

Ensure this product is completely defrosted before serving.

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  1. happy puppy 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Dec 2016

    Our puppy really enjoyed this product the only suggestion I would make is if the necks could be individually wrapped so they could be defrosted individually. It would be better

  2. Super buy! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Nov 2016

    Our 2 Boxers absolutely love these either as part of their daily meal or as a snack. Used to buy these from my local pet shop but they have recently stopped the 1kg bag in favour of a pack with 3! and it's now too expensive. Delighted when I discovered the Nutriment site...placed an order on Thursday and the items duly arrived on Friday. Super product and super service what more can you ask. Will definitely be back.

  3. dog loves them BUT 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Sep 2016

    when I received my order which included duck and chicken necks I was disappointed to see they had started to defrost. I put them away as soon as I got them but can now not separate them at all. I have tried separating them even with a hammer but to no avail. I have had to defrost the lot, keep them in the fridge and feed over a couple of days. Shame as my dog loves these and they are good value for money. No problem with the quality of the product whatsoever

  4. my dogs love these! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Aug 2016

    Duck necks are my dogs' number one favourite. I use them for recall treats, chopped into very thin slices, and both dogs come running from anywhere in the house or garden when they hear the cleaver chopping up the neck! They also love crunching a whole neck as a special meal replacement. Keeps their teeth clean and white.

  5. My dog says Thanks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jul 2016

    I first bought chicken necks but they were not so popular with my dog as the ducks necks. These are much more meaty and larger and definitely a winner in my household as a frozen treat in the hot weather.

  6. lip smackingly tasty! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jul 2016

    My dog goes absolutely mad for these Duck necks. As a newbie to Raw dog food diet I was abit nervouse at first as I thought my dog wouldn't know what to do but he took to it like duck to water.
    I would definitely purchase these again

  7. Sadly not for our dogs 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Apr 2016

    I love the idea of dogs utilising all animal parts - after all this is what they would do in the wild. However, despite being enthusiastic about the necks and eating them - later, a small portion was vomited up - with small amounts of bone in it. I don't have a problem with the bone per say, as it isn't cooked bone and really shouldn't necessarily have bother them, but one dog vomited on two occasions after having them So we've decided not to give them any more. They have had no problem with chicken wings though!

  8. the best 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Apr 2016

    My dogs live them. Keeps them busy for 30 mins. Great for teeth clesming

  9. nice treat 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2016

    Great product. Quick to defrost and Lottie loves them for an extra little treat or added to her meal. Helps keep her teeth and gums healthy.

  10. Fantastic Quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Mar 2016

    my dogs just love the duck necks, I give them one each with their meal a couple of times a week. It is a great way to keep their teeth and gums health. The quality is excellent and consistent also great value.

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