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Tripe Slice - Refill Pack

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For a little drool and a lot of love our raw, freeze-dried tripe slices are deliciously packed with protein and natural minerals and vitamins.

We’re not talking tripe when we say that these little treats are rich in protein and nutrients. With all 7 amino acids, they help enhance everything from immune response and tissue repair to urinary tract health and muscle growth.

Probiotics help keep your dog’s belly happy, preventing the growth of harmful bacteria, while digestive enzymes facilitate the breakdown of food into nutrients. Green tripe contains partially digested greens, which contain minerals and vitamins that are naturally occurring, making them easier to absorb.

  • Calcium and phosphorus for sensitive stomachs
  • Helps aid doggy digestion
  • Healthy unsaturated fats for long term energy
  • New Zealand raised meat

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 lamb tripe. No additives or preservatives. 

Typical analysis:
Protein: 77.6%
Fat: 19.6%
Crude Fibre: 1.3%
Calcium: 0.4mg/g
Ash:3.2%
Energy (ME): 4485 kcal/kg

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