Fluffy rabbit feet are a great healthy, low fat but high protein, source of lots of minerals and natural compounds. They also contain high levels of selenium, manganese, calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin.
They are widely considered to be one of the best ways to naturally de-worm our dogs and are helpful with the upkeep of your dog's dental hygiene.
Rabbit protein is relatively hypoallergenic because it is a novel protein for most dogs. Therefore, dogs with food allergies rarely react to rabbit protein.
Frozen, raw rabbit feet are completely non-processed. Frozen rabbit feet can be thawed in the fridge before giving to your dog or fed straight from frozen.
Rabbit feet can be fed occasionally as a treat or part of a balanced diet. They are ideal to be given a few times a week. For dogs 6 months and over.
Generally, small rabbit bones, such as those in the feet, are soft and small. They don’t splinter or cause traumatic damage (as long as they are not cooked), and they are fully digestible. However, it is still important to watch your dog when he is eating to ensure he chews the rabbit foot properly.
Feed as part of a nutritionally balanced diet for working dogs.
Disclaimer: Dogs should be supervised at all times whilst feeding and always provide plenty of fresh water for your pet.