These nuggets are easy to weight out and defrost. Initially weight out what you need for your pet and then fill a cup with the weight you have chosen. This will be your measuring cup from now on. Easy!
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.
Naturally higher in fat, duck is excellent for feeding energetic dogs. … For dogs that are allergic to beef and chicken, duck is a more novel protein to help alleviate any gastrointestinal upsets or skin irritations.
Duck is rich in iron and it provides dogs with a lean, easy-to-digest protein source.
Against most people’s beliefs duck is actually low in saturated fat. In addition, it provides a rich source of B vitamins along with plenty of phosphorous, which is good for bones and teeth, and potassium, which enables enzymes, muscles, and nerves to function properly.
Duck also contains antioxidants that help boost the immune system like zinc and selenium, which also aids the maintenance of a dog’s normal thyroid function. The omega-3 fatty acids in duck meat help your dog maintain a healthy coat.
Another of the attributes of duck is that its meat is rich in iron and offers dogs a lean protein source that is easy to digest. The amino acids it contains help support strong muscles.
For Dogs: 100 grams per 5Kg body weight per day for adult dogs.
For Puppies & Kittens: Up to 12 months of age adjust up to approx. 200g per 5Kg per day.
Cats: Approx. 100g to 200g per day
Every pet is unique and has different nutritional requirements, adjust feeding levels according to activity levels and condition of your pet.
Keep frozen. Once thawed use within three days.
HINT: Cats like their meat blends at room temperature (“blood temperature”). If meat blends are cold, add some boiled water to “warm” the meat.
Cats get their liquid from their meat, not usually from the water bowl.
Older cats need animal protein, not more carbohydrates, and fats.