Mutton Tripe - 100gms
Mutton Tripe is rich in several vitamins, nutrients and enzymes that are good for your dog, such as proteins, probiotics, digestive enzymes, natural vitamins and minerals, a healthy ratio of calcium and phosphorus and healthy fats that are all really good for your dog.
Mutton Tripe should be part of your dog’s natural, species-appropriate diet.If you can manage the smell, you must definitely include it in your dog’s regular diet. There are very few naturally-occurring foods that can offer the same superior nutrition.
How does Mutton tripe benefit dogs?
For weight gain or illness recovery
If your dog is underweight or recovering from an illness or surgery, green tripe is an excellent choice for your dog.
For weight loss and weight maintenance
Incredibly, the same mutton tripe that can help gain weight is a good way to reduce weight. Dogs fed a low-nutrition kibble diet tend to put on weight. This is unhealthy weight gain, brought on by excessive carbohydrates. Tripe is rich in calories, but these are the calories that your dog digestive system needs for overall functioning. It will make them feel full without missing out on the needed nutrients.
For picky eaters
Dogs absolutely love the strong smell of tripe. This makes it a super food for those senior dogs that have lost their sense of smell or stubborn, picky eaters. A bit of tripe in their daily meal will have them wolfing it down in no time.
For pregnant or nursing mothers
If your bitch is pregnant or has recently delivered puppies, you can add tripe to her diet to give her all the good vitamins, minerals, protein, and healthy fats that she and the puppies need, without putting on weight.
For sensitive stomachs
Green tripe already contains partially digested greens and enzymes, hence it is ideal for dogs with sensitive stomachs. Whether you choose to feed frozen or fresh, or dehydrated - green mutton tripe offers your dog all the naturally-occurring probiotics and digestive enzymes.
That is the scientific term for dogs that have a fascination for poop. The digestive enzymes that mutton tripe has can get your dog to stop eating poop. This might not work if your dog eats poop out of stress, anxiety, or boredom.
For dental health
Mutton Tripe should be part of your dog’s natural, species-appropriate diet. If you can manage the smell, you must definitely include it in your dog’s regular diet. There are very few naturally-occurring foods that can offer the same superior nutrition. And hence we have introduced dehydrated tripe for those who cannot manage the smell
- Feed 2-3 pieces daily as a healthy treat or as a training aid for your cat & dog.
- Break into pieces for small dogs and always monitor your pet while treating.
- Fresh drinking water should always be available.
- This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
- Always supervise your dog when feeding any treats or chews.
Storage & Handling
- Store in a cool, dry place
- Reseal after opening
- Refrigerate to extend shelf life.
- Store in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months from purchase
- Do not allow to come in contact with water or any liquid
- Keep away from direct heat and light