Healthy Treats Flea Guard


VETIQ® Healthy Treats Flea-Guard contain a unique blend of ingredients which help to deter fleas, ticks & mosquitoes naturally. The scrumptious treats comprise of a tasty crunchy shell with a cream filled centre which contains brewer’s yeast (a natural source of B vitamins) & Omega 3 & 6 to boost your pet’s essential fatty acids & immune system.

  • Added vitamins E, A & D.
  • Natural omega-3 & 6 fatty acids for skin & coat.
  • With protein.
  • Coconut oil with lauric acid for health support.
  • With B vitamins to aid immune function.
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
  • Deter fleas and ticks naturally.
  • Beneficial for skin and coat.



Wheat Flour, Canola Oil, Corn Starch, Poultry Protein, Brewer's Yeast, Flavouring, Coconut Oil, Salt, Glycerine, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Rosemary Extract Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin D3. Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 16.0%, Crude Fat 27.9%, Crude Fibre 2.32%, Crude Ash 3.73%, Moisture Content 7.28%.
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  • Ensure fresh drinking water is available.
  • Not for human consumption.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are the VETIQ Treats packaging recyclable?

VETIQ Treats packaging can be recycled with other plastics.

The recycling logo can be found on back of the pack, we have updated the packaging to include the recycling number 7.

Is it ok to give my pet multiple different types of VETIQ treats?

Full Question: I am giving my pet 3 types of VETIQ treats, e.g. VETIQ Intestinal Aid Treats, VETIQ Hip and Joint Treats, and VETIQ Flea and Tick Treats. Is it ok to give them the recommended amount of treats for each treat type when combined?

Yes, it is possible to give your pet each of these treat types together.

They all have different ingredients present for the various functions, so to get the beneficial effect for each area, you will need to give them the suggested dosage for the pets size for each treat type.

However, what you need to consider then is how much of their daily calorie intake is being delivered through treats, and reduce their food calorie intake slightly to take this into account.

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