What Are the Nutritional Facts of Pet Pride Dog Treats?


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As of 2015, Pet Pride dog treats, such as the small size, five-flavor Pet Pride dog biscuits, contain 20 calories per biscuit and 0.5 grams of fat, which is 1 percent of the recommended daily value, based on a 2,000-calorie daily diet. Large Pet Pride Meaty Basted Flavor biscuits contain 115 calories per biscuit and 2 grams of total fat, 3 percent of the daily value. The biscuits contain less than 1 percent of vitamins A, C, calcium or iron.

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The ingredient lists of the Pet Pride dog biscuits include vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin E supplement, zinc oxide, manganous oxide and niacin. Kroger manufactures Pet Pride dog treats, which it markets as being specially formulated to help fur, breath, hips and joints. Kroger operates more than 26,000 stores in about 34 states.

In December 2010, Kroger announced a multi-state recall of certain Pet Pride and Kroger value pet products. The manufacturer instituted the recall because the products may have contained aflatoxin. Aflatoxin is a toxic chemical byproduct of the fungus Aspergillus flavus that grows on crops such as corn, and causes illness in dogs and cats. Symptoms include loss of appetite, lethargic or sluggish behavior, bloody or severe diarrhea, and yellowing of eyes and gums.

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