Horse Lung Treats

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HORSE LUNG TREATS are very digestible snacks for dogs of all ages. They are gently processed, low in fat and cholesterol. As they float on water, they are the ideal snack games and training in and around water. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • single protein
  • for dogs with sensitive stomachs
  • gently air-dried
  • low-fat

 11.90

In stock

Volume: 
200 g

incl. VAT

 59.50 / kg

Lungenwürfel vom Pferd mit Hundeschnauze

Our low-fat HORSE LUNG TREATS are the ideal treat for dogs of all ages. They float very well on water and are thus an excellent reward during swimming lessons for dogs who are shy of water. Horse meat is excellent for dogs with sensitive stomachs and allergies as it is easy to digest. Moreover, lung is a low-fat connective tissue and thus an ideal training snack for dogs who need to watch their weight.
True to our principles, HORSE LUNG TREATS are free from flavourings, colourings and preservatives and without sugar – a natural chewing treat in trusted LILA LOVES IT quality.

Complementary feed for dogs

Composition: 100 % horse lung. Highly digestible protein source, especially suitable for allergy sufferers and food-sensitive dogs.

Analytical ingredients: Crude protein: 76.3 %, crude oils and fats: 6.7 %, crude ash: 5.5 %, residual moisture: 7.2 %

Feeding Recommendation

If treats are used a lot in dog training, it may make sense to adjust the amount of normal food. Especially for growing dogs or dogs that tend to be overweight, qualified nutritional advice can help.

Lungenwürfel vom Pferd für Hunde

Our Recommendation

Horse meat is a popular source of protein in elimination diets. This is because intolerances or allergies in connection with meat from horses occur rather rarely as it is used comparatively little for dog food in Germany. Our PURE HORSE MEAT is the perfect choice for individualised nutritional concepts. It consists of 100 % muscle meat from horses.

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