Real Prey Rewards | Ferret Treats | Chicken

  • Ferrets

As a carnivore, your ferret requires the right nutritional balance of protein and fat to support a healthy, active lifestyle. That’s why Prey Rewards™ are formulated with the high-quality protein and fat sources your carnivore needs, with a variety of chewy and crunchy textures for enrichment. Feed Oxbow treats to add variety and enrichment to your ferret’s diet.

  • Real chicken flavor your ferret will love!
  • Made with more than 60% animal proteins and fat
  • Combination of crunchy and chewy textures provides enrichment
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • A nutritious part of a complete diet for ferrets

Treat Your Pet Right

Yummy treats are a wonderful way to bond with your little loved one. But treat time shouldn’t have to come at the expense of their health and wellbeing. That’s why our healthy rewards are designed to help make your time with your pets more meaningful without sacrificing nutrition. Choose from our variety of wholesome treat options to help treat your pet in a healthy way each day.

Chicken Meal, Chicken, Chicken Fat, Glycerin, Chicken Liver, Rice Flour, Gelatin, Brewer’s Dried Yeast, Salt, Citric Acid (preservative), White Vinegar, Mixed Tocopherols (preservative), Rosemary Extract

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (min) 45.00%, Crude Fat (min) 18.00%, Crude Fiber (max) 2.00%, Moisture (max) 12.00%

Feed up to 3-4 treats per ferret per day. Treats should not exceed 20% of your pet’s daily food intake. Your pet should always have access to fresh drinking water at all times.

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