- High levels of taurine amino acid and phosphorous
- Freeze-drying ensures all nutrients are retained without losing any flavor
- Suitable for both dogs and cats
Each pet is different and has a different tolerance to certain foods. Start slow, for example, give 1/3 or 1/2 a treat to start with, and have plenty of fibre (i.e. Bumpkin Powder) on hand, just in case your dog has an intolerance to it.
Crude Protein 58%, Crude Fat 33%, Crude fiber 0%, Crude ash 3%, Moisture 5%
Chicken hearts are an incredibly nutritious treat ingredient, partly due to their high levels of phosphorous and the amino acid taurine.
Taurine is an important amino acid and it plays an important role in the health of the eyes and retinas, heart health, reproductive function and the overall immune system health.
Phosphorous is the second most abundant mineral in the body and it is found in every single cell. It provides the most known function in the body of any element, particularly when it comes to the formation of bones and teeth.
Chicken hearts also contain good amounts of protein, iron, vitamin B12, zinc and copper.
Freeze drying ensure that all of the nutrients are retained and not damaged through heat.