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Liver Lot - Snack Pack


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It’s time to drool like nobody’s watching! The liver-lover laughers in your life will be licking their lips at the delicious raw taste and natural energy of this canine super-food.

Nana was right - liver is a nutrient rich organ meat with a plethora of benefits for the body. The star ingredient is iron, which is essential for enzyme and red blood cell function. There’s Vitamin A for vision support, bone growth, reproduction and immune response.

Copper helps absorb iron and assists with bone formation and connective tissue, while Zinc benefits the skin and coat and helps with thyroid function and immunity. Throw in some Phosphorus, Calcium, a dose of Omega 3 and 6, as well as essential Amino acids and you have an all-round healthy treat your hungry hound will devour!

  • With guaranteed quality, beef liver is safer than game meat
  • Great for bones and cartilage
  • Boosts thyroid function and immune system
  • Pure, lean energy for active dogs
  • New Zealand raised beef

Feeding guide. These freeze-dried treats can be fed dry or rehydrated. To dry-feed, break into pieces for use as training, treats or meal toppers. If feeding wet, soak the desired amount in a small dish of water for 10–15 mins to return the meat to its original raw state. We recommend treats make up no more than approximately 10% of a dog’s daily calories. And always remember to ensure fresh clean water is available for your best friend.

Storage. Freeze-dried meat absorbs moisture from the air – after opening it’s important to store in a sealed container or bag in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients. 100% New Zealand beef liver. No additives or preservatives.

Typical analysis:
Protein: 71.5%
Fat: 12.4%
Crude Fibre: 0.3%
Calcium: 0.2mg.g
Ash: 5.6%
Energy (ME): 3758kcal/kg



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