Fortnightly Mega Sale On Our Meat Feast Range

From Saturday 14th September  to Saturday 28th September

At our shop: 1-3 Te Roto Drive, Paraparaumu

 

If you would like to take advantage of this sale and you cannot get into our store, then email us on info@catsanddogs.co.nz for delivery options.

 

The normal retail price for a 1Kg pack is $13.00, however, we have come up with a great special for you (whilst stocks last).

Buy 1 pack (1Kg) for $12

Buy 3 packs (3Kg) for $34.50 ($11.50 each)

Or Buy 5 packs (5Kg) for $55 ($11.00 each)

Each meat bone shape is approximately 100g

 

There are three meat blends to choose from that we believe you are going to like

  • Salmon Feast

Ingredients: Salmon (from Twizel), carrot, brocolli, beetroot, apple, Hemp Seed Oil, Kelp Powder, vitamins & minerals.

  • Salmon & Rabbit Feast

Ingredients: Salmon & Rabbit (South Island), carrot, broccolli, beetroot, apple, Hemp Seed Oil, Kelp Powder, vitamins & minerals.

  • Goat Feast

Ingredients: Goat, carrot, broccoli, beetroot, apple, Hemp Seed Oil, Kelp Powder, vitamins & minerals.

 

These blends are not traditional Prey Model but can be given along side our Prey Model meat blends.

 

Nutrition

Wild goat has a more diverse diet so potentially a better nutritional profile. Goat is high in protein, iron, potassium and low in cholesterol and sodium.

Salmon is very high in protein and low in fat. Fish are an excellent source of high-quality proteins with sufficient amount of all the essential amino acids. Fats in fish are less saturated and the most prominent fats in fish are omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil is also one of the few natural food sources of vitamin D. Vitamins include A, B2, B3 & B5 and D.

Rabbit is low in fat, cholesterol, saturated fats and sodium.  It is high in vitamin B12, calcium and phosphorus. Rabbit is a leaner alternative to beef or pork. Less fat in the body leads to healthier cardiovascular function, better metabolism and a more active lifestyle.

Carrots are a good source of several vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A (from beta-carotene), biotin, vitamin K (phylloquinone), potassium and vitamin B6.

  • Vitamin A: Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A promotes good vision, and is important for growth, development, and immune function
  • Biotin: One of the B-vitamins, formerly known as vitamin H. It plays an important role in fat and protein metabolism
  • Vitamin K1: Also known as phylloquinone, vitamin K is important for blood coagulation and can promote bone health.
  • Potassium: An essential mineral, important for blood pressure control.
  • Vitamin B6: A group of related vitamins that are involved with the conversion of food into energy.

Broccoli contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, including

  • Vitamin C. An antioxidant, this vitamin is important for immune function and skin health. A
  • Vitamin K1. Broccoli contains high amounts of vitamin K1 which is important for blood clotting and may promote bone health.
  • Folate (vitamin B9). Folate is needed for normal tissue growth and cell function.
  • Potassium. An essential mineral, potassium is beneficial for blood pressure control and heart disease prevention.
  • Manganese. This trace element is found in high amounts in whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables.
  • Iron. An essential mineral, iron has many important functions in your body, such as the transport of oxygen in red blood cells.

Broccoli also contains numerous other vitamins and minerals in smaller amounts.

Beetroot are a great source of many essential vitamins and minerals.

  • Folate (vitamin B9). One of the B vitamins, folate is important for normal tissue growth and cell function.
  • Manganese. An essential trace element, manganese is found in high amounts in whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables.
  • Potassium. A diet high in potassium can lead to reduced blood pressure levels and positive effects on heart health
  • Iron. An essential mineral, iron has many important functions in the body. It’s necessary for the transport of oxygen in red blood cells.
  • Vitamin C. This well-known vitamin is an antioxidant that is important for immune function and skin health

Apples boast many vitamins and minerals, though not in high amounts. However, apples are usually a good source of vitamin C.

  • Vitamin C. Also called ascorbic acid, this vitamin is a common antioxidant in fruits. It’s an essential dietary nutrient that has many important functions in your body
  • Potassium. The main mineral in apples, potassium may benefit heart health when consumed in high amounts

Hemp Seed Oil

  • Contains GLA (gamma linolenic acid) which improves skin, coat and helps with allergies.
  • It also reduces arthritis symptoms.
  • Fights cancer
  • Is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Contains vitamin E & A (These are antioxidants that help the immune system by fighting free radical damage)
  • It has a balance of omega 3 and 6 in a 1:3 ratio.
  • As an essential fatty acid, hemp seed oil supports tissue building and other specialised functions. Essential fatty acids are necessary for maintaining flexible and healthy skin cell membranes and supporting the repair of damaged cells due to some skin conditions.
  • Other benefits of taking hemp seed oil are cardiovascular support, and support for normal hormone balance.

Sea kelp is a natural source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, as well as minerals including zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper and calcium. In fact it contains the highest natural concentration of calcium of any food

Kelp is one of the richest natural sources of amino acids; kelp is 25% protein and 2% fat. Full of bio-available vitamins and minerals, these sea vegetables contain iodine, which are essential for healthy thyroid function, and iron to support circulation.

There are a variety of edible sea vegetables, but kelp is the most nutritious for dogs. There are 60 different vitamins, minerals, and trace elements as well as 21 amino acids. Kelp is a rich and natural source of numerous growth hormones. However, kelp is most known for is its iodine content which helps to support your dog’s glandular system as well as his metabolism. Benefits associated with kelp include the following:

  • Regulates glandular activity in the adrenal, pituitary, and thyroid glands.
  • Great for skin allergies, as it helps reduce itching and inflammation.
  • Contains protein and amino acids that help tissue repair.
  • Iodine content helps to stimulate thyroid activity, speeding metabolism and weight loss.
  • High-fibre content helps digestion.
  • Can help reduce dental plaque and tarter build-up.

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