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Rabbit Meat Goodies

Crispy treats with rabbit meat, apple, cranberries, and beetroot. Our RABBIT MEAT GOODIES are a high-quality reward for training and everyday life. A favourite among gourmets. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • made in Bavaria
  • grainfree
  • supports a social project
  • exclusively natural ingredients

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Leckerlies mit Kaninchenfleisch für Hunde in Dose

Our RABBIT MEAT GOODIES are a delicious combination of rabbit meat, cranberries, linseed meal, beetroot, apple, and rosemary. With their finely balanced ingredients the goodies are attractive training treats, even for fussy dogs or those with sensitive stomachs. Cranberries are said to support bladder health and may also counteract the formation of dental plaque. Linseed meal is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and fibre, its mucilage regulates digestion. Beetroot and apple are tasty sources of vitamins. Sustainably and safely packaged in a chic LILA LOVES IT tin. Fits in every bag and adorns every table.

All our goodies are lovingly packed in the Caritas Brucker Werkstatt for people with disabilities just a few kilometers away from our warehouse. The Brucker Werkstatt is a facility for participation and integration into working life.

Complementary feed for dogs

Analytical constituents: Crude protein 40.3 %, crude fat 13.6 %, crude ash 16.2 %, crude fibre 2.4 %

Ingredients

Rabbit Meat

90 % Rabbit meat. Rabbit meat is a special delicacy for four-legged friends. It is low in fat, rich in nutrients and well tolerated. Rabbit meat is also excellent for allergies and intolerances or as a special diet.

Linseed Flour

4 % Linseed Flour. Flax seeds have a positive effect on intestinal activity. They are full of fiber and also contain mucilage, which has a positive effect on the entire gastrointestinal tract.

Beet Root

2 % Beet Root. Beet is a highly valuable vegetable because it contains high amounts of vitamins A, B and C, as well as iron, potassium, and many other nutrients. Eating beet can help improve the condition of skin and fur, and strengthen the immune system. The slightly earthy taste is popular with dogs.

Cranberries

2 % Cranberries. Cranberries are very rich in flavonoids, which can be an effective in protecting the body against free radicals. They contain moderate amounts of calcium, phosphorus as well as magnesium, and can support bone formation, teeth and muscle activity.

Apple

1 % Apple. Apples are a great source for important vitamins, minerals and trace elements, especially vitamin C and vitamin A, potassium and calcium. In addition, apples are rich in pectin, a fiber that binds water and harmonizes intestinal activity.

Rosemary

0.5 % Rosemary. Rosemary is an aromatic herb that supports digestion.

Fleur de Sel

0.5 % Fleur de Sel. Certain amounts of salt are not only tolerable for dogs, but even necessary for healthy body function. Salt (sodium chloride) plays an important role in metabolism, nervous system, digestion, and water balance.

Feeding Recommendation

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

Our Recommendation

Dogs who love to nibble on rabbit meat also like our RABBIT EARS WITH FUR and our strips of dried rabbit skin.

Rewards are a must

Rewards play an important role in modern dog training. What we humans often ignore: What is a reward is decided by the receiver (dog) and not the sender (human)! So in order to reward our dogs properly, we need to know what they like. Kristina Obermayr, our wonderfully funny and clever and empathetic expert on dog-human relationships, explains why in our magazine.

Dackel schnuppert an Hundeleckerlies in schöner Dose