Bones and Carcasses
We have a new stock of fabulous bones, carcasses and offal in with even more to come in the near future.
Outstanding quality – literally good enough for making stocks, stews at home for your own use!
Why not try a pack of Lamb Necks for a really meaty meal – full of minerals and vitamins and the all important Carnitine amino acid ( generates energy from fatty acids),
or give them a Lamb Leg to gnaw on for healthy Teeth and Gums. Fantastic quality and fantastic prices
There are plenty of others to choose from including Lamb ribs and breast bones as well as marrow and beef bones pre cut in large or smaller pieces ready for you.
We all know that Offal is an important part of our dogs diet and these Lambs hearts are just the job, check in the online shop for the benefits as they are too numerous to mention. In a handy 3 heart pack they are easy to store without taking up huge amounts of freezer space.
If you are changing from a dried food diet to raw I suggest start gently by choosing 1 protein – either tripe or chicken mince is a good starter – check their stools and if they look ok, introduce another protein – repeat this process every 1 or 2 weeks or so still checking stools, until he/she is receiving a balanced variety.
It is quite common for a dog to have loose stools on the changeover, this usually only lasts a short while and things begin to firm up in no time. You will notice that on raw your dog does not defecate as much as on commercial, this is due to most of the food is utilised and the waste product is less. Every bit of goodness is being processed and used by your dog – fantastic!
Puppies can be fed raw straight from weaning and can progress to fish/wings/carcass etc from 6 -8 weeks. Minces and minced carcass are similar to the regurgitated food they would get from their mothers in the wild. Build slowly onto chunkier meats and soft bone – meaty chicken ribs, necks or wings are good to build their jaw strength.
For puppies – Chicken wings should have the wing tip cut off at the third joint, as, should the puppy be tempted to swallow it whole, the double joint of the wing is a major choking hazard for pups.
Puppies cut teeth between 4 & 6 months so, good meaty bones of a suitable size are fantastic for them to gnaw on.