NZ Turkey Heart and Liver


  • Turkey Heart & Liver mix


  • Heart is packed full of the super nutrient CoQ10 which is key in the basic functioning of cells


  • 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


  • 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.


  • Turkey is also a good source of selenium and zinc which are vital for wound healing, plus a healthy immune and nervous system.


  • Made in New Zealand under the strictest quality control and farming practices

Turkey Heart and Liver

  • Additional Information

    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 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.

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