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Barnsley becomes first UK council to run pet crematorium
Nineteen 87 launches new ‘Buy Direct’ website
PetSafe Brand launches global marketing this Christmas
Nutriment creates new range of five raw food products
Scruffs offers more than £1,200 worth of prizes in Christmas giveaway
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OATA welcomes Scottish Government plans to review pet shop licensing
Brits to splash £274 million on pets at Christmas
Nominations deadline extended for Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2019
Pets at Glee welcomes new team member launches duck treats in time for Christmas
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The new Duck Biscuits sit in the treats range alongside the ever popular Salmon Treats. Containing natural ingredients and with no added sugar, Duck Treats also contain cranberry and beetroot for an antioxidant boost and a taste that dogs love.

The new Duck Treats have just gone live on the website and ready to be added to festive deliveries. The biscuits will feature in the brand’s Christmas marketing campaign.


Jessie Plumpton, Head of Food, Technical and Process Improvement at, says: "Duck Treats are a great addition to our range. Containing natural ingredients, no added sugar and nine calories a treat on average, you can feel good about rewarding your dog."


Sean McCormack, Head Vet at, explains: "Duck is a great source of protein and is also good for sensitive digestion as it’s not a common cause of dietary intolerances or allergic reactions in dogs. It also has a really rich and indulgent flavour that dogs will love."

The arrival of Duck Biscuits also coincides with the launch of new packaging within the treats range, which is 100% recyclable.

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