Berry & Aniseed Yoghurt Drops

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 22 reviews
$10.99

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A Yoghurt Drop your doggo will go crazy for and not just ‘cause of the flavour. This mischievous mix of Berry & Aniseed is like catnip for canines, giving the laziest dogs the need for speed and the verve for zoomies.
It’s better than good. It’s Berry good.

The Benefits
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The Benefits

Great for Training

Small and nifty, drops are ideal for training. These bite-sized treats will keep your doggo sitting pretty for the next bite.

Great for Training

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Small and nifty, drops are ideal for training. These bite-sized treats will keep your doggo sitting pretty for the next bite.

Sustainable Sourcing

The palm oil in our drops is RSPO certified — meaning we made sure no orangutans are harmed in the making of our drops.

Sustainable Sourcing

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The palm oil in our drops is RSPO certified — meaning we made sure no orangutans are harmed in the making of our drops.

Perfect for Puppies

Packed full of flavour and soft enough for a young pup’s teeth, yoghurt drops are the perfect training tool for puppies.

Perfect for Puppies

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Packed full of flavour and soft enough for a young pup’s teeth, yoghurt drops are the perfect training tool for puppies.

What's in the box?

Ingredients

Sustainable Palm Kernel Oil, Sugar, Skim Milk Solids, Yoghurt Solids, Emulsifier, Raspberry Flavour, Aniseed Flavour

Analysis

Crude Protein (Min) 1.0%

Crude Fat (Min.) 3.0%

Size and Weight

Yoghurt Drops tub net weight: 250g

Country of Manufacture

Australia

FAQs

How to feed, store and more

How do I store my jar of yoghurt drops?

Make sure to keep the lid closed tight and store them in the fridge or in a cool, dry place until it’s time to make your dog’s taste buds tingle.

How many yoghurt drops can I give my dog each day?

Keep it at 10 drops max a day. If you’ve accidentally gone overboard, no biggie, just give your dog a smaller evening meal and get back on track tomorrow.

Are yoghurt drops healthy?

Short answer – yes. But think of drops more as a cheat treat than a main meal. So just like we do with our favourite desserts, it’s important to exercise moderation with our dogs.

We suggest no more than 10 drops a day. If you’ve accidentally gone overboard, no biggie, just give them a smaller evening meal and get back on track tomorrow.

Are the probiotics in yoghurt good for dogs?

Heck yes! Probiotics are good bacteria found in yoghurt that help promote gut health for your dog. They support healthy daily digestion and can help with upset tummies and stomach inflammation. They've also been known to help with bad breath.

Did you know? Aniseed is similar to catnip, inspiring a strong emotional reaction in your pet. Catnip is reported to create “feelings of pure euphoria” for cats, aniseed is more likely to make your dog bounce with energy and hyperactivity. Woo!

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Reviewed by G K., from Australia
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Schnauzer
Dog Age
7+ Years
Eating Habits
Sensitive Stomach
Rated 5 out of 5
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Too Nice

The Berry & Aniseed drops are my dogs favourite. They cannot get enough of them. I must admit, as they are made from human grade ingredients, I have tried them myself and the flavour is very nice. Will definitely be buying more in the future.

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Scottish Terrier
Dog Age
<12 months
Eating Habits
Easy going
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Piper loves her yoghurt drops

They smell fabulous and Piper loves this treat

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Reviewed by Diane A., from Australia
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German Shepherd
Dog Age
<12 months
Eating Habits
Will Eat Anything
Rated 5 out of 5
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GSD Puppy Erma LOOOOOOVES THESE!

We use these drops in Erma's snuffle mats and she loves them!

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Miniature Dachshund
Dog Age
<12 months
Eating Habits
Easy going
Rated 5 out of 5
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Weird combination but puppy loves it

I wasn’t sure about this combination. But it truly is like catnip for dogs. We keep them in the fridge to make them extra tempting in the warmer weather. Our puppy goes crazy for these yoghurt drops.

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West Highland white terrier
Dog Age
7+ Years
Eating Habits
Will Eat Anything
Rated 5 out of 5
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My Westie loves these!

I wasn't sure that my dog would enjoy the aniseed flavour - but he loves them!

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