Cheese Please Himalayan Puff Bites
Gluten Free & Grain Free Cheese Treats For Dogs
Captain Zack Cheese Please Himalayan Crunchy Cheese Puff Bites are made from the purest milk of cows and yaks raised at an altitude of 12000 ft in the pristine and chemical-free surroundings of the Himalayas. Following a traditional recipe by seasoned Churpi makers, they are sun dried for 35 days and smoked for a distinctive flavour and texture. Besides being deliciously tasty, their uneven, natural shape helps keep your dog's teeth clean too. Almost makes you wonder why they don't make these great cheese treats for humans. But what our canine friends enjoy most in this range is the crruunch.
- Rich In Natural Protein, Calcium And Omega 3
- Grain Free
- 100% Natural
- Suitable for all Dogs of all Size, Age & Breeds.
- Human Grade
- Training Treats
2-3 working days for orders in Mumbai, India
4-5 working days for rest of India
- What's Inside The Box
- How To Use
What's Inside The Box +
Handcrafted at high altitudes in the pristine valleys of the Himalayas, using Yak-milk and Chicken from hormone-free herds raised in chemical-free pastures along with fruit from organic orchards, Captain Zack is helping dogs secure a regular fix of nutrient-rich natural treats and dental chews.
Our treats are made with no chemicals or additives, just pure nutrients and love.
How To Use +
Cheese Please Himalayan Puff Bites are ready to eat straight out of this pouch as an anytime snack or as a delicious treat for good behaviour. You can even sprinkle crumbs over your dog’s regular meal as a cheesy topping to enhance flavour and nutrition. Tastes best with a bowl of fresh drinking water on the side to wash it all down. Always zip seal the pouch to preserve its super crunch or store in a dry, airtight container.
Once you open the packet, make sure you store it in an air-tight container and consume it within a week.
Yak/Cow’s milk (99.9%), Lime juice, Salt.
A very small amount of lime juice & salt is added to coagulate (harden) the milk obtained from hormone-free herds of Yaks and Himalayan Cows. The coagulated solids are compressed in muslin cloth until most of the moisture has been removed.