Grain-free Meaty Dog Treats Chicken Sausages 8 x 70g Resealable Packs

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Meaty treats for good dogs! Our meaty chicken sausages are the perfect tasty and nutritious treat for all dogs age 8 weeks and over. No nasties. No surprises. Just natural, wholesome goodness.

  • Meat is the no.1 ingredient
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Grain-free recipe, suitable for dogs with sensitive digestion
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FREE delivery on all one-time orders over £40*

England & Wales only, charges may apply for other areas

Multipack containing 8 x resealable 70g packets of treats. 

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Suitable for all dogs 8 weeks and over.

Full Ingredients

Chicken Meat (70%)
Tapioca Starch
Vegetable Glycerin
Pea Protein
Analytical Constituents
Protein 35%
Fat Content 1.5%
Crude Ash 5%
Crude Fibre 1%
Moisture 18%

Feeding Guide

Harringtons Meaty Chicken Sausages are a complimentary pet food suitable for all dogs age 8 weeks and over. Feed anytime as a treat. When feeding treats, reduce your dog's main meal to keep them in a lean, active condition. Fresh drinking water should be provided at all times.

  • Made in
    the UK
  • Natural
  • Carbon Negative
  • Recyclable


A guide on our delivery charges can be found below. A full confirmation of delivery charges and an estimated delivery date will be provided at the checkout before payment is taken.


Orders are dispatched Monday - Friday. If your order is placed on a public holiday or weekend, it will be dispatched the following working day. Orders placed by 12pm are normally dispatched same-day, orders placed after 12pm will be dispatched the following weekday.

Standard Delivery Service

Includes delivery to:

  • All mainland postcodes in England & Wales
  • Most mainland postcodes in Scotland, excluding Scottish highlands and some harder to reach areas

Once dispatched, your order will usually arrive within 1-3 days (excluding public holidays).

Delivery Charge - Subscription Orders

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Delivery Charge - One-time Orders

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Other Delivery Areas

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Help & Advice


What is the difference between small dog food and another adult food except for the size of the kibbles?

Small dogs can benefit from extra protein in their diet, which the small breed dog food gives them.

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What are the phosphorous levels of your dry foods?

We do not measure phosphorous levels in our foods. If your dog requires a low/high phosphorous
level on advice from your vet, you will need a specialist food. Your vet should be able to advise you.

When do you change a puppy from puppy food to adult food?

The point at when you change over from puppy to adult food is a personal choice. General advice is to begin to make the change once your puppy is around three-quarters expected adult size and
many people choose to do so at some point between 9 and 18 months. 

The main difference between our puppy and adult varieties is that puppy contains higher levels of protein to assist with the high growth rate associated with that life stage. Our adult varieties are suitable to feed from the age of 8 weeks, although when feeding an adult variety to a growing puppy we do advise that you feed according to your puppy's appetite. This ensures they grow at the correct rate and consume enough nutrients to support this.

Do you make a food for a diabetic dog?

We do not add sugar to our Harringtons dog food but there are natural sugars present in the
ingredients. Usually complex carbohydrates such as those found in whole grain are best as these are broken down in the digestive system slowly and so avoid peaks and troughs in the sugar levels in the body. In most of our foods we do use whole grain wheat and/or maize which take longer to digest. We therefore do not recommend grain free food for diabetic dogs.

It is often a good idea to feed your dog small portions of food more often as this will also help to keep sugar levels stable.