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Skinned-gutted rabbit [cut in 1/2]


Product SKU:HT-020075
Shipping Weight:4.00 lbs
Current Inventory:0     Request Restock Notification

Product Details

• Raw whole skinned rabbit, with stomach and intestine removed.
• Includes head, brain, and all available organs: liver, kidney, pancreas, thymus and testicles/ovaries.
• All natural, hormone and antibiotic free rabbit.
• Locally sourced.

Product Weight, Packaging, and Processing Details

• Weight will vary between 3-4.5 lbs.
• Rabbit will be whole or cut in half to fit in bag.
• Packaged in a vacuum sealed bag.
• Frozen in commercial freezers maintained at 0 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Meat/Bone/Organ Ratio

75% Meat / 15% Bone / 10% Organ

Nutrition and Benefits

• Naturally low in Sodium.
• It is a good source of Vitamin B6 and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Protein, Niacin, Vitamin B12 and Selenium.
• Rabbit is considered a white meat which is typically very lean and low cholesterol.
• Rabbit meat is a heart-friendly protein source as the type of fat found in rabbit meat is comparable to that in fish, in terms of the composition of essential fatty acids.

Before jumping into whole prey, make sure the raw diet is well established, ensuring a low pH, or highly acidic stomach which is important for our Domesticated Carnivores because digestive enzymes work best in an acidic environment and the acidic nature of the stomach helps to sterilize pathogens and bacteria. This is also important to break down bones.

Helpful Tips and Reminders

🐈🐕 Cats and Dogs typically do well with rabbit.
• Novel protein which can be helpful for animals with sensitivities and/or allergies.
• Incorporating whole prey adds benefits from jaw exercise to teeth cleaning.

Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein (min.) 20% Crude Fat (min.) 3 % Crude Fiber (max.) 20% Moisture (max.) 80%

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    The rabbit came packaged really well.

By Wanda on April 3, 2020

This is one of Hare Today's best products. It keps my dog's teeth pearly white and it's so nice that it comes with all of the organ meats since they are so healthy.

    Novel protein

By Destiny on May 13, 2018

Great protein for my dog. She is a small dog (10 lb) so the rabbit head she can't chew through much, but the rest of it she does great!

    Very nice!

By Cristina on December 31, 2016

I bought this for my food sensitive pup since she eats a lot of the ground rabbit. She handled it well and very much enjoyed it. Keeping those chompers sparkly white! Very well packaged and cut too!

    A treat for the dogs

By Laura on December 7, 2016

Our dogs love these and I love them because I don't have to deal with the poop smell from the whole prey style. Everybody wins! Conveniently packaged and split in half for easy feeding.


By debbi on March 13, 2016

We use the the skinned rabbit for rabbit stew.
Its a huge hit.

    Cats Favorite

By Keirnan on January 12, 2016

Definitely a favorite of both my cats.

    happy dog

By Dana on October 6, 2015

My dog absolutely loves going to town on a whole rabbit and will chomp with glee. Out of everything we feed, this is probably his favorite.


By Kelley on November 17, 2013

The whole rabbit is great for my lab. He loves to tear it apart.


By Kelley on August 4, 2013

These whole carcasses are perfect for my Boxer and Hounds. They love them!! They come fully cleaned and ready to go.


By Kristina on April 24, 2012

If you would like it all prepared perfect and no fur, this is the ONE to get! Amazing quality! Amazing protein source and you even get the value of the good organs they love! Perfect! WOW!


By Ulrike on February 26, 2012

The whole skinned rabbit are a staple in my cats' diet. And it's the closest I can get to whole prey without having to open a whole rabbit with fur and all, which I just can't bring myself to do (yet). And my cats expect me to although they have no issues opening their rabbits when they hunt themselves. It's the difference between home cooking and eating at a restaurant. I am the restaurant.
What I especially like about Tracy's rabbits is that they are grass-fed and not raised in cages. Makes for a happier and healthier rabbit and more nutritious food for my cats.
I thaw the rabbit lightly so I can split it into three pieces (front/middle/hind) and re-freeze two parts for future meals. The third I let thaw further and then chop up into more manageable pieces, split up into meat only, meaty bones, and organs/blood/etc. That way I have more control of bone/meat/organ ratio for each cat.