Yum Yum's Dog Treats

Beef Heart Jerky
✔ 100% Australian Made
✔ 100% Australian Owned & Operated
✔ 100% Australian Human Grade Meat
✔ Gluten Free
✔ NO Preservatives
✔ NO Colours
✔ NO Flavours
✔ NO Salt
✔ NO Sugar
✔ NO Glycerin
✔ NO Additives ‘Of Any Kind’
✔ IRRADIATION FREE

Beef Heart Jerky

AU$12.50Price
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  • Product Information

    Our Rich, Dehydrated Raw, Australian Beef Heart Jerky is a highly nutrient dense dog treat, with a light, slightly crisp consistencey. But the true beauty of this treat is the fact that our unique low and slow drying process, simply removes the water content of the meat, ensuring that the majority of the original (natural) nutrients are retained within the product. Ensuring an extremely more-ish treat, that our carnivorous clientele absolutely love.

     

    More About Beef Heart

    The Heart is the life-force of all animals and although it's a working muscle, similar to regular muscle meat, it’s a much heavier, more nutrient dense muscle, that is jam packed with a lot more protein and unique nutrients. Firstly it's a very concentrated source of the supernutrient, Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) which is necessary for optimising the heart’s rhythm and helping to decrease the risk of chronic diseases such as heart conditions, cancer, diabetes, and immune disorders.

    Beef heart is also crammed with essential vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, B6, B12, C, selenium, phosphorus, riboflavin, copper and zinc. Along with amino acids that help to build strong muscles, store energy and boost stamina and endurance. 

    The heart also contains TWICE AS MUCH collagen and elastin than regular meat, which is essential for vital, healthy joints, flexibility and mobility.

  • How & When To Feed?

    Although its perfectly fine to feed your dog our beautiful beef heart jerky treats on a daily basis, due to the fact that this is a much more nutrient dense meat, than your traditional muscle meats, it is advised that these treats are fed in smaller daily ammounts, rather than larger. As dogs can get slightly loose stools (due to the richness of the meat) if fed too much.