New Launch

New Launch | Treat your dogs to Montego’s new Karoo Tender Meat Bits range of treats

New Launch

Treat your dogs to Montego’s new Karoo Tender Meat Bits range of treats

With more pet parents seeking high-quality pet food at an affordable price, Montego Pet Nutrition is excited to announce the launch of its newest pet treat product, Karoo Tender Meat Bits.

Karoo Tender Meat Bits are made with hearty and nutritious ingredients, available in four delectable variants; Chicken & Lamb infused with rooibos, Beef & Lamb infused with lavender, Ostrich & Lamb infused with rosemary, and Venison & Lamb infused with spekboom.

Karoo Tender Meat Bits treats are also free of corn, soya, gluten, and artificial colours and flavourants, providing the love and care of traditional home-cooked, country goodness with all the benefits of a scientific, super-premium formulation.

Made to the highest standards, each variation includes a combination of two fresh, high quality meats (Duoproteins), which are hardwood-smoked to mouth-watering perfection and infused with beneficial herbs and plants.

“Our customers have a wide variety of needs they expect to be met when it comes to their pet’s nutrition,” said Wilfred Cawood, Marketing Manager at Montego. “We’re committed to giving pet parents a full range of options so they can help their fur babies stay healthy, active and happy,” he concludes.

The Karoo Tender Meat Bits range of treats is available at a recommended retail price of R50.00 per 120g resealable packet.

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Source: Montego



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