TREAT your furry friends this Easter, as Pets at Home is selling Easter eggs for DOGS, CATS and RABBITS.
The purrrfect presents contain carob rather than chocolate so are safe for pets to eat.
Puurrfect for your pooch or bunny, if you want to treat them this Easter
They cost from £2 to £6 and are on sale in shops now.
The range includes a 60g egg for dogs, costing £6 and a smaller 50g egg for puppies which is priced at £2.
As well as a 50g yogurt and catnip egg for cats – which is priced at £2.
Your bunny can also have a hoppy Easter which a dandelion leaf flavoured egg weighing 40g for £2.
There are also Easter bunny dog treats in carob, chicken and peanut butter flavours for £2.
Be careful though and don’t get them confused with your own Easter treats, as chocolate can be harmful to pets.
This isn’t the first year that Easter themed pet treats have been available.
Last year, B&M and Pets at Home started selling Easter eggs for dogs and cats.
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B&M is selling Garfield themed egg for cats this year, while the dog version includes a cartoon of Scooby Doo.
They both cost £1.99 each.
We’ve also rated all the dog friendly Easter treats, so your pup could have the perfect present.
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