leanlix Lickable Dog Treat

By Himalayan

$11.95

* Required Fields

Add to Wishlist

Details

An innovative new low-calorie treat that can be licked by dogs, available in different flavors.

  • Made in the USA: Mukilteo, WA
  • Materials: Run-a-way Frank: Pea syrup, water, pea starch, chicken powder, BBQ flavor, and preservatives (citric acid, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate); PB&J Time: Pea syrup, water, pea starch, chicken powder, dried strawberries, non-allergen peanut butter, and preservatives (citric acid, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate); Sweet Potato: Pea syrup, water, pea starch, fish powder, sweet potato flavor, and preservatives (citric acid, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate); Free-range Chicken: Pea syrup, water, pea starch, chicken powder, chicken flavor, sweet potato flavor, and preservatives (citric acid, sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate)
  • A fun, healthy reward treat that can be licked by dogs
  • While most dog treats have about 30 calories per serving, leanlix has only one calorie (around 5 licks per serving)
  • Gluten- and grain-free
  • Combats pet obesity, the #1 concern of vets today
  • A clean, convenient tool for trainers, groomers, handlers, and all dog lovers—it's also a fun part of an on-going pet lifestyle program promoting diet along with exercise
  • Leanest and cleanest way to reward your dog
  • Weight: 0.16 lb.

1 Review (5 out of 5 Grommets)

Sorted by Rating
5

Great training tool

by

My trainer recommended this -- it works great! My dog loves it, and I love that he isn't ingesting quite so many calories. The only problem is he does try to bite it -- but I just don't let too much out at a time. I highly recommend this to others who want a quick, low-cal way to reward their dog for good behavior.More > < Less

1 Item(s)

Himalayan Dog Treats

About Himalayan

Dog Nirvana

We first launched the all-natural Himalayan Dog Chews because of their rave reviews—not just from hounds, but from their owners, too. What started as a company producing a four-ingredient dog treat (yak milk, cow milk, salt, and lime juice) has grown into other healthy, dog-centered snacks.

The Himalayan chews are dense, so it can take hours for a dog to finish one. And they pack a nutritional punch: more than 50% protein, almost no fat, and they’re completely digestible.

The recipe for these chews comes from a dried cheese that nomadic Mongolian, Tibetan, and Nepalese people have eaten as a high protein snack for centuries. Sujan Shrestha, a Nepalese entrepreneur, along with his brothers and some friends, modified the recipe with dogs in mind. Now they hand make a variety of all-natural treats in the U.S., at their Washington State farm. With no preservatives and no additives, you and your pup will be pleased.