Tiki Dog™ Aloha Petites™ Flavor Booster

Lamb Bisque

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Available in: 1.5 oz. pouch

Flavor Booster Lamb Bisque is a decadent gravy with small chunks of salmon for a luxurious meal topper or treat.

  • Grain free
  • 1st ingredient is lamb
  • Serve over dry food for an added boost of flavor or as an indulgent treat
  • Supplemented with sunflower oil for healthy skin and coat
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives

Nutritional Facts

Lamb broth, lamb, sunflower oil, fish extracts, natural tuna flavor, natural chicken flavor, xanthan gum, dried egg.

Crude Protein (min) 4%
Crude Fat (min) 2%
Crude Fiber (max) 1%
Moisture (max) 90%

30 kcal/pouch

Crude Protein (min) 4%
Crude Fat (min) 2%
Crude Fiber (max) 1%
Moisture (max) 90%

30 kcal/pouch

Tiki Dog® Aloha Petites™ Lamb Bisque is intended for supplemental feeding only. For a boost of flavor and moisture, squeeze the entire pouch of Tiki Dog® Aloha Petites™ Chicken Bisque on top of your dog’s complete and balanced food at each meal. Refrigerate unused portion and serve within 48 hours.

Tiki Dog® Aloha Petites™ Lamb Bisque is intended for supplemental feeding only. For a boost of flavor and moisture, squeeze the entire pouch of Tiki Dog® Aloha Petites™ Chicken Bisque on top of your dog’s complete and balanced food at each meal. Refrigerate unused portion and serve within 48 hours.

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  1. Question

    Sarah Sproul

    My dog is allergic to chicken, he gets dry/itchy skin. What does “natural chicken flavor” mean exactly?

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      Our natural chicken flavor will come from chicken being cooked into a liquid to increase the palatability of our foods. If your dog has an allergy to chicken, I would recommend checking out one of our single source protein foods instead, like our Tiki dog Pates!

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