100% Freeze Dried grass-fed beef liver
- Beef liver is a nutrient-rich organ meat, it can provide your furby with protein, fat and vitamin A, all of which help him/her to stay healthy if eaten in moderation
- Vitamin A is a fat-soluble antioxidant, which helps your pet’s coat, muscles, nerves, skin and vision. In puppies, vitamin A helps them to grow and develop normally. If your pet is currently suffering with skin issues, dull coat, slow growth and night blindness, this could be a sign that your loved one has a Vitamin A deficiency so try out small amounts of liver and see if you notice a difference
- Liver is also a good source of copper, iron, niacin, phosphorus and zinc. It provides many B vitamins, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and essential amino acids
- Phosphorus works with calcium to promote and maintain the growth, structure and stability of your dog’s bones and skeletal system, which is especially important for growing pups
- A great source of Niacin, known as vitamin B3, is another essential vitamin to feed your pup. Vitamin B3 is vital in promoting healthy skin and fur as well as proper circulation of blood and oxygen throughout the body. Niacin is also used to help lower cholesterol and metabolise proteins, fats and carbohydrates. It is often used to promote memory for dogs in training
- Zinc is the perfect mineral for promoting your pet’s healthy skin and coat
Liver Contains High Levels of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is what is known as a ‘wonder vitamin’. It is essential in preventing and aiding circulatory issues such as heart disease and arteriosclerosis. It boosts the immune system, helps to prevent cataracts, promotes fertility and slows down the ageing process.
Vitamin E helps to oxygenate the blood and helps all internal organs to function at their optimum level. It is essential if your pet is suffering with any skin issues.
Liver contains an anti-fatigue factor, which is likely to do with improving the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood cells; increasing endurance and strength in athletes of all species.
- Super high value training treat so be sure to whip it out as currency during training
- Suggested feeding: 5-10% of daily diet
- Handcrafted from human grade, grass-fed Beef. The way cows are fed can have a major effect on the nutrient composition of the beef. Grass-fed beef usually contains less total fat than grain-fed beef, which means that gram for gram, grass-fed beef contains fewer calories. Grass-fed beef containing up to five times as much omega-3 as grain-fed beef. Grass-fed beef is also a richer source of Vitamin A and E. Nearly every chronic disease, from allergies and joint pain to diabetes and kidney disease, is caused by chronic inflammation. And chronic inflammation is caused by a diet that’s high in omega-6 fatty acids and low in omega-3 fatty acids.
- Wet or dry, our freeze-dried bites retain up to 98% of their nutritional value as well as flavour, texture (when rehydrated) and colour.
- Freeze dried in small batches, never mass produced
- No preservative or additive!
- Regular packs contain 35g of Beef Liver, made from 175g of fresh grass-fed beef liver
- Large packs contain 100g of Beef Liver made from 500g of fresh grass-fed beef liver
Freeze Dried Beef Liver
Why choose us
Our range of treats and chews are designed to help you transform your furby's diet by bringing it closer to what canines eat in the wild - raw, unprocessed and species appropriate. Our all-natural treats are a convenient and tasty way to supplement your pup's diet, helping him/her meet his/her nutritional needs.
What is Freeze Dried
Freeze drying is the process where raw ingredients are exposed to extremely low temperatures and pressure to remove all the moisture and seal the product tight. This process acts as a natural preservative for the food, keeping it free from chemicals or additives. Ensure that sufficient water is provided to your furby when feeding freeze dried treats.
While liver offers many health benefits, it can also be harmful if your furby eats too much of it. Dogs that eat too much liver may be prone to a condition called hypervitaminosis A, or an overdose of vitamin A. Ensure that you are feeding no more than 10% organ meat to your furby daily (eg. if your dog is eating 50g beef a day, do not feed more than 5g beef liver a day).
Liver is very rich and may cause loose stools if too much is fed at one time. Start with small amount if feeding for the first time.