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Dried Meat Rabbit

DRY MEAT RABBIT comes in convenient strips that are easy to break into pieces. This means they can be used as chews and treats. As a purely natural single-protein supplier, they are popular with young, old and all other gourmet dogs. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • Single Protein
  • High acceptance
  • Good digestibility
  • For puppies and seniors

 6.90

In stock

Contents: 
100 g

incl. VAT

 69.00 / kg

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The digestible and protein-rich dried rabbit meat is suitable for dogs of all ages. As the strips are easy to chop, they are ideal as a chew snack at home or as a reward when out and about. For big and also small gourmets. This high-quality snack is made from 100 percent dried rabbit meat.
It goes without saying that this chew is free from cereals, flavourings, colourings, preservatives and sugar – natural chewing fun in proven LILA LOVES IT quality.

Composition: 100 % rabbit, gently dried.
Analytical ingredients: Crude protein: 61.6%, crude oils and fats: 17.6%, crude fibre: 1.0%, crude ash: 9.9%, residual moisture: 9.7%.

Single food for dogs, store in a cool, dry place, always provide fresh drinking water.

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 travelling – 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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Combine with

For dogs who love DRY MEAT RABBIT, our wet food VENISON WITH PARSNIP is the perfect main meal. The high-quality complete feed is produced according to our recipe in a specialised manufactory in southern Germany.

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