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Bravo Bonus Bites Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts Pet Treats

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Your pet will love the rich flavor of these all-meat treats. And you'll love knowing you're feeding grain-free, all natural snacks.

Bravo Bonus Bites Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts Pet Treats are made with the finest hormone-free, grass-fed meats, and fresh fish. The special drying process seals in maximum flavor and nutrition without using preservatives, so your pets get the healthiest treats available.
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When you feed Bravo Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts Pet Treats, you're helping your pets enjoy a longer, healthier life - naturally. Your pets will thank you, and we at Bravo thank you.

Bravo! Bonus Bites are an extensive line of freeze-dried and dry-roasted, all-meat treats. We use only antibiotic-free poultry, fresh fish and grass-fed red meats in these healthy, all-natural, grain-free snacks.

SKU: 8125


Turkey heart


Crude Protein (min%) 74.63%
Crude Fiber (max%)0.09%
Crude Fat (min%)9.49%
Moisture (max%)5.73%



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Bravo Bonus Bites Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts Pet Treats

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My one cat likes these

By Mystiques81

from Lakewood, WA

About Me Long-time Pet Owner


  • Easy To Chew
  • Good Taste


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    Comments about Bravo Bonus Bites Freeze Dried Turkey Hearts Pet Treats:

    I have two cats. And my older cat Hemingway won't eat these. But my younger cat Puff likes them as a special treat. I normally give him one heart a day. As a special treat after we have played with his favorite toy. It is a really big heart for a cat. So I have to break it into small pieces for him to eat it.

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