Our take on raw rabbit ears
If you’re new to raw dog food, you may not yet know the power of a variety of raw treats available. One of these treats are raw rabbit ears. In this post, we outline some of the reasons we find them so amazing.
First of all, our meat industries throw away a huge amount of animal meat that simply doesn’t need to be thrown. In the wild, our animals know instinctively which parts of an animal are useful to their survival. Rabbit ears fall under this category, we can see this from the way dogs love to eat them. Using parts of the animal not normally seen as food to humans is a great way to reduce waste.
Rabbit ears with fur are a known natural dewormer. The fur of the rabbit ears helps to shuttle away undigested food and catch worms to help them move down the digestive tract, while this shouldn’t be a substitute for full dewormers but we believe in prevention as much as the cure.
Rabbit ears can be great for dogs with allergies. Some dogs that are prone to many allergies are shown to be less sensitive to rabbit ears. If you have a dog that can’t tolerate many treats, rabbit ears may be the perfect solution.
Raw rabbit ears are shown to help create firm stools, helping to keep your dogs’ anal glands in working order, no more rubbing their butt across your carpet, while this will also help them to reduce the number of infections and impactions they will get.
Rabbit ears are more coarse than most treats or dog food, helping to rub away debris and plaque to keep your dog’s mouth clean. A natural toothbrush for your dog.
Rabbit ears are high in protein and low in fat, great for maintaining your dog’s muscle mass as well as maintaining good quality hair and skin.
Looking at our list it’s easy to see why we love rabbit ears for our dogs so much. Just make sure not to overfeed them, like anything the saying “too much of a good thing” is true. If you’re thinking about rabbit ears for your dog why not take a look at our products?