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Dehydrated Wild Rabbit Dog Chews

Novel Hypoallergenic Cooling Protein

 

Whole Rabbit - Large Dogs

Half Rabbit - Medium Dogs

Quarter Rabbit - Small Dogs


Our "NEW" Yum Yum's Dehydrated Wild Rabbit Dog Chews By Australian Carnivore are jam packed full of lean, chewy and flavoursome Rabbit meat and fully digestible, calcium rich bone. They are also perfect for dogs with allergies or protein sensitivities, to more common proteins such as chicken or (non grass fed) beef.

 

✔ 100% Australian Hand Made

✔ 100% Australian Owned

✔ 100% Australian Human Grade Quality Meat

✔ NO Preservatives

✔ NO Colours

✔ NO Flavours

✔ NO Salt

✔ NO Sugar

✔ NO Glycerin

✔ NO Additives ‘Of Any Kind’

✔ GLUTEN FREE

✔ IRRADIATION FREE

 

So Why Are These Meaty Dental Chews So Good For Your Dog?

✓ Cleans Your Dogs Teeth & Gums

✓ Freshens Your Dogs Breath

✓ Activates your dogs saliva enzymes which help to prevent plaque buildup and gum disease.

✓ Calms & Relaxes Anxious, Energetic &/or Excitable Dogs.

✓ Alleviates Boredom &/Or Feelings Of Loneliness.

✓ Provides Your Dog With Valuable Mental & Physical Stimulation.

✓ Releases Your Dogs Happy Endorphins.

✓ Provides an Essential Vitamin & Mineral boost to your dogs diet.

✓ Re-Direct's Your Dogs Natural Instinct To Chew on Something They Shouldn’t, Onto Something They Should.

✓ Helps to Avoid expensive and risky dental surgery/anaesthesia down the track.

 

Tips

- This product can be cut into 4-6 individual serves for smaller dogs

- Always supervise your dog while eating bones or longer lasting chews.

- Do not feed if your dog has broken or damaged teeth.

- When feeding your dog (larger size) dehydrated raw or raw meaty bones, always feed every second to third day, to allow for proper digestion of the bone content.

Dehydrated Wild Rabbit

$8.50Price
  • Nutritional Benefits

    1. Novel, Cooling Protein: In TCM (traditional chinese medicine), foods are categorized into hot, warm, neutral, cool, and cold, based on their effects on the body's internal energy (Qi). Which is why cooling 'novel' or rarer proteins such as Rabbit, are believed to help clear heat and fever's, reduce inflammation and have a calming effect on the body. Cooling proteins such as Rabbit Meat are also known to be much easier for dogs to digest and due to this, much less likely to cause the body to produce excessive heat during digestion.

     

    2. Hypoallergenic: Due to the novelty or rarity of Rabbit meat in most pets diets, it is classified as a hypoallergenic protein. Hypoallergenic diets for our pets are specifically designed to help avoid allergens caused by more common proteins and due to this, help prevent or minimize allergic reactions. Note: Protein Sensitization to other everday proteins (like chicken or non grass fed beef) occurs when the immune system becomes overly responsive to a particular substance (allergen) after repeated exposure. With rabbit being much less common in our pet diets, the chance that a dog’s immune system has become sensitized to this protein source is extremely low. Which i turn helps to reduce the risk of an allergic response, such as itching, gastrointestinal upset, or skin issues.

     

    3. Contains All 9 Essential Amino Acids: Rabbit Meat is considered to be a complete protein, as it contains all 9 Essential Amino Acids that dogs require for optimal growth, development and overall good health. Complete proteins are also vital to our pets diet, as their bodies are unable to produce these 9 essential amino acids on their own.

     

    4. Low In Fat: On average, 100 grams of lean, raw rabbit meat contains approximately 2-3 grams of fat. Making it a suitable option for dogs watching their weight &/or fat consumption.

     

    5. High in Vital Vitamins, Minerals & Amino Acids: Our Lean Rabbits are much more than a dental chew. They are Nutritional Powerhouse of Vitamins, Minerals & Amino Acids Including Vitamin B12, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Phosphorus, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, Taurine, Collagen (from bones and connective tissues)

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