Freeze Dried, Ground Rabbit/Bones/Organs, 8 oz, Fine Ground
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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%
Ratios: 75% Meat / 15% Bone / 10% Organ
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Our Fur Kids Favorite!
By Sarah on March 12, 2020
Hare Today’s ground rabbit has always been a huge hit with our fur kids (both cats and dogs) and that remains true with this freeze dried version as well! Everyone cleans their plates when this flavor is offered (granted they love all the Hare Today flavors so far, but rabbit seems to be number one
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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