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Collagen Christmas Candy Cane Small

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Get your doggo's tail waggin' and their jaws chompin' with our Collagen Christmas Candy Canes! These long-lasting treats offer a hard chew and are a great way to keep your pup entertained. Made with 100% beef meat and beef collagen that aids with reducing inflammation, maintaining skin health and keeps the coat sparkly.


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About this product

Hard Chewer

Hard Chewer

WAG Collagen Sticks offer dogs a long lasting treat with a hard chew.

Supports Bones & Joints

Supports Bones & Joints

With peptides and amino acids to help support bone and joint health in dogs.

High Flavour

High Flavour

Bursting with flavour, WAG Collagen Sticks are a high-flavour, low-odour treat.


100% Beef Meat and Beef Collagen (3295 KCAL/KG)

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 85.0% (Collagen and Beef Meat), Crude Fat (Min.) 0.25%, Crude Fibre (Max.) <1.0%, Moisture (Max.) 13.8%.

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Feeding Guide

Remember moderation when you make WAG part of a natural balanced diet. We suggest giving them this treat for up to 30 minutes a day, supervised and removing any small pieces. This product is irradiated and must not be fed to cats.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Collagen Christmas Candy Cane Stick?

Collagen Christmas Candy Cane sticks are made from beef skin which contains a lot of collagen. They were developed as a far better and more natural alternative to rawhide chews and are best suited for medium to heavy chewers. They can help reduce inflammation, help support bones and joints and promote healthy Skin & Coat. They are a hard chew for dogs who love a challenge.

Which products are most suited to puppies?

Our Bully Bites, Collagen Sticks and Bully Stock are best suited to puppies who have started their teething journey at the 6-month mark. Always make sure to supervise your puppy when chewing a new product and make sure plenty of fresh water is available. It is also important to minimise chew time at first to a 3–5-minute period and slowly build up over a week-long period.