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Freeze Dried, Ground Rabbit/Bones/Organs, 8 oz, Fine Ground


Product SKU:HT-030002
Shipping Weight:1.00 lbs
Current Inventory:4     Request Restock Notification

Our Freeze Dried Ground Rabbit/Bones/Organs is made from our fresh Ground Rabbit/Bones/Organs/ mix with whole ground rabbit including Meat, Bones, Head, and Organs (Liver, Heart, Lung, Thymus, Pancreas, Thyroid Gland, Spleen and Kidneys). The Rabbit fur, stomach and intestine are removed.

Meat/Bone/Organ ratio: 75% Meat/ 15% Bone/ 10% Organ [liver, pancreas, kidney]
Note: Heart and Lung is considered a muscle meat for feeding purposes.

This food is low in Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6 and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Protein, Niacin, Vitamin B12 and Selenium.

To hydrate: Mix 1 cup meat, to 1 cup warm water, for a yield of 1 lb.
Note: This ratio may appear to be more watery compared to frozen raw, but make sure you mix with warm water and allow it to sit for at least 3 minutes. Water can be reduced if your pet(s) prefer a thicker consistency, keeping in mind less water would result in lower yields.

Freeze dried can be fed hydrated, dry or as a topper for picky eaters.

Crude Protein (min): 15.0% Crude Fat (min): 9.0% Crude Fiber (max): 2.0% Moisture (max): 67.0%

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    The best freeze dried around!

By Sarah on April 23, 2019

I use freeze dried food for back up on days when I didn’t get to meal prep or we are not home. I have purchased commercial brands but I prefer the simplicity of Hare Today’s freeze dried line - it’s litterally just meat/bone/organ. The rabbit is a favorite of my small dogs! We always try to keep a bag or two on hand.

    We alternate this with rabbit

By Patty on September 1, 2018

I can't tell which kitty likes better, the chicken or the rabbit. So we alternate the chicken with the rabbit, and she is very happy with the result. I am confident of complete nutrition when she has the bones and organs in the mix.

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