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Meaty Alpaca Bones, Small, 2 lbs.


Product SKU:HT-020053
Shipping Weight:2.00 lbs
Current Inventory:39

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Product Details

• Raw small meaty alpaca bones, cut from the alpaca ribs.
• Hormone and antibiotic free alpaca.
• Locally sourced.

Product Weight, Packaging, and Processing Details

• 2 lbs. per bag.
• Packaged in a vacuum sealed bag.
• Average length is approximately 3-4 inches x 4-6 inches. Small meaty bones are typically made from the spare rib bones and cut into meaty bone-in pieces.
• Frozen in commercial freezers maintained at 0 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Helpful Tips and Reminders

🐕 Typically great for small/medium breed dogs.
• Meaty raw bones can be fed as a meal and should always be given under supervision.
• If choking is a concern, you may want to remove the meat and feed the meat only.
• Alpaca meat is described as a mild meat, tender and lean, high in protein. It is a member from the Camelidae family.
• In parts of South America, alpacas & llamas have been used as a source of meat and skins for thousands of years, and it is the main source of protein in their daily diets. Alpaca meat is not only rich in proteins, but also low in fat & has the lowest level of cholesterol of any meat.

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Alpaca Nutrition facts Protein 19% Fat 15% Crude Fiber 0.2% Moisture 60% Calcium 1.4% Phosphorus 0.8% Sodium 0.2% Potassium 0.2% 658 kcal / lb

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    Dolly Approved

By Michael on January 11, 2020

Warning: Do not feed these to your dog, they might not eat anything else again! Ha! Dolly is a standard poodle and loves these. Very meaty and she chews them completely. Very highly recommended!

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