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Horse Tendons

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HORSE TENDONS are a real multi-functional talent. They support clean teeth and are wonderfully chewy – for long-lasting chewing fun. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • low fat
  • long lasting chewing fun
  • single protein
  • supports the clean teeth
  • for elimination diets

 9.90

In stock

Volume: 
200 g

incl. VAT

 49.50 / kg

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Our air-dried HORSE TENDONS are deliciously hard and chewy. The perfect choice for all who are looking for a snack that lasts longer because their dogs tend to wolf down snacks in no time.
Horse meat is often advertised as hypoallergenic. Intolerances or allergies in connection with horse meat are rather rare – simply because horse is not a regular meat source for dog food in Germany. This, horse is a popular source of protein in elimination diets.

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

Analytical components: Crude protein: 76.3 %, crude oils and fats: 6.7 %, crude ash: 5.6 %, residual moisture: 7.2 %.

Feeding Recommendation

Chewing relaxes the jaw and thus demonstrably promotes the reduction of stress! Especially in unfamiliar and unloved situations, chewing snacks support the well-being of our dogs. 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 1 piece per day. Please always provide enough fresh drinking water.
Not suitable for puppies and seniors as the tendons are too hard.

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