DogoCookies Digestive



Snack for dogs  DogoCOOKIES Digestive are made from natural ingredients and their quality meets the standard of food for humans. They are suitable for dogs of all breeds and ages.


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Mango has several qualities that make it excellent for digestive health. Mango fruits are natural sources of digestive enzymes such as protease and amylase, which help break down proteins and carbohydrates during digestion. These enzymes facilitate the digestion of nutrients and their absorption in the dog’s intestine, contributing to better food assimilation.



Anise is a herb known for its digestive and carminative properties, meaning it can relieve gastrointestinal disorders such as flatulence, nausea and abdominal swelling.


Pea flour

Pea flour is rich in protein, calcium, potassium, iron and phosphorus and insoluble and soluble fibre. Thanks to the presence of fibre, pea flour is known for its digestive properties.


Pumpkin seed flour

Pumpkin seed flour is rich in proteins, antioxidants, micronutrients such as Omega Three, magnesium, zinc, iron. The fibers present in pumpkin seed flour promote intestinal regularity and contribute to better digestion.



  • 150 g

Complementary food for dogs


  • Mango
  • Anise
  • Pea flour
  • Pumpkin seed flour


  • Handicraft product
  • Free from preservatives
  • Without chemical dyes
  • Without additives
  • Without corn flour


  • wheat flour
  • potato starch
  • pea flour
  • pumpkin seed flour
  • lard
  • anise
  • mango
  • linseed oil
  • sodium chloride

Organoleptic additive: vanilla flavour

Recommended daily amount:

  • Small dogs: 1-2 per day
  • Medium size dogs: 2-3 per day
  • Big dogs: 3-4 per day

“Administer as a reward in a balanced diet. Always leave a bowl of fresh water available. Once the package is opened, close it carefully and keep it in a cool, dry place. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.”


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