Natures Menu Raw Tripe Chunks 1kg
Discover the ultimate healthy protein to use as a tasty treat or as an ingredient within home prepared raw meals.
Our tasty, chewy Tripe Chunks are rich in natural nutrients and packed full of flavour. Bone free.
- 100% natural and ethically sourced.
- Suitable to feed to animals over 10 weeks of age.
- Chewing can help induce a state of calm in dogs and feeding raw meaty bones is an important element of a raw diet.
Our range of meaty bones and chewing meats are carefully selected to accommodate dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. Serve as a treat 1-3 times a week or as part of a home prepared raw meal. Always supervise your dog when feeding raw meaty bones and select a raw bone or chew that is appropriate for your dog.
Due to this being a natural product, colour, texture and appearance may vary from batch to batch due to seasonal variations.
Composition: Beef Tripe (100%)
Analytical constituents: Crude Protein (15%), Crude Fat (16%), Crude Ash (2.6%), Crude Fibres (0.3%), Moisture (65%)
Our just meat chunks and chewing meats are designed to be fed raw.
Serve alone as a treat* or as part of a complete and balanced diet. We suggest that home-made meals are prepared with 60% Natures Menu just meat chunks or minces, 20% blended fruit/vegetables and 20% easily digestible carbohydrate (cooked brown rice, oats or sweet potato). Fresh water should always be available.
Should you choose to use this product as the meat element of a home prepared raw meal for your dog then we recommend that you refer to our feeding guidelines for total recommended food amounts per day. You will then need to calculate the ratios of meat, carbohydrate and blended fruit and vegetables to achieve the recommended daily amount.
Keep frozen until use. Defrost in a sealed container on the side for two hours or in the fridge overnight. Once defrosted please use the product within 24 hours. Normal hygiene rules apply for preparing and handling fresh/raw ingredients.
*If fed as a treat we recommend to offer our raw chewing meats 1-3 times a week, or for offal meats such as liver and heart, once a week.