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Dried Meat Horse

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Tasty dried horse meat strips suitable for dogs of all ages. Low in fat and hypoallergenic. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • low fat
  • hypoallergenic
  • easily digestible
  • for sensitive stomachs
  • single protein
  • 100 % horse

 6.90

In stock

Volume: 
100 g

incl. VAT

 69.00 / kg

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Our premium DRIED HORSE MEAT is very digestible, easy on the gastrointestinal tract, and low in fat. Horse is considered a hypoallergenic protein source and a first choice for elimination diets.
Dogs with sensitive stomachs in particular benefit from this gently dried, low-fat meat. As the strips are easy to chop, they are also ideal as a training treat or reward when out and about.
True to our values, the DRIED HORSE MEAT is free from flavourings, colourings, preservatives, and without sugar – natural chewing fun in trusted LILA LOVES IT quality.

Single food for dogs.

Composition: 100% dried horse meat. Hypoallergenic, low-fat protein source for nutritionally sensitive dogs.

Analytical components: Crude protein 75.9%, crude oils and fats 6.3%, crude ash 2.6%, residual moisture 9.0%.

Good to know

Chewing relaxes the jaw and thus demonstrably promotes the reduction of stress! Especially in unfamiliar and unloved situations, chewing snacks support our dogs’ well-being. Whether in the office, in the café or when traveling – responsible people always have a chewing snack on hand for their beloved fur noses.

Depending on the size of the dog, up to two pieces per day. Dogs should not nibble on chew snacks unsupervised. They always need access to fresh water.

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Our Recommendation

Our PURE HORSE MEAT is a premium supplementary feed made from 100 % muscle meat from horses. It is perfect for exclusion diets and individualised nutritional concepts.

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