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Bioiberica Veterinary launched Goodogs Caprice bars and Goodogs Light bars

23 Jul 2015
Companion Animal Health
  • In Spain, France and Italy more than 25% of dog owners buy healthy snacks for their pets
  • These two new products enlarge the division’s Goodogs range of products 

Bioiberica’s Veterinary Division launched two new types of its dog snack bars: Goodogs Caprice and Goodogs Light. These snacks are the ideal tool to prevent bad breath and the onset of tooth plaque in the dog’s teeth (they contain no sugar and do not leave residues), as well as a tasty treat for our pets. Both products are sold in boxes containing 30 bags of five  bars each. Another of the characteristics that make Goodogs different from other dog snacks is its digestibility: thanks to its manufacturing process, the risk of soft diarrhea is lower in dogs. 

Goodogs is Bioiberica Veterinary’s range of natural snacks for dogs. With its top taste and preservative-free components, Goodogs snacks are made of top quality ingredients, containing a percentage of fresh pork meat superior to that of other comparable products. 

According to a study by Mintel, more than 25% of pet owners in Spain, France and Italy affirm that they buy healthy snacks for their pets. These figures increase to 44% in Germany and 50% in the United Kingdom. 

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