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Wet Noses Peanut Butter Molasses

This is the original Wet Noses formula created in a Seattle kitchen by the company's founder, Jazz, in 1998. Did You Know? Molasses contains the valuable B vitamins. A tablespoon of molasses contains as much calcium as a glass of milk.

Organic rye flour
Organic peanut butter
Organic whole oats
Organic whole eggs
Organic canola oil
Organic cane molasses
Organic sunflower seeds


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Wet Noses Peanut Butter Molasses

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They love them

By cadillac

from Sanford, NC

About Me Long-time Pet Owner


  • Easy To Chew
  • Healthy
  • Nutritional
  • Taste great
  • Tasty


  • Gives boxer "super gas"
  • Smelly

Best Uses

  • Everyday
  • Larger Dogs
  • Older Dogs
  • Puppies
  • Smaller Dogs
  • Special Reward

Comments about Peanut Butter Molasses:

The dogs love them and they are made with great ingredients. The only reason we had to stop using them is that they give our boxer "super gas". They tend to be naturally gassy, but OMG. I believe it's the rye flour. :)

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