Ingredients of Rabbit BARF for Dogs:
Rabbit, finely ground rabbit bone and cartilage, finely ground chicken bone, beef offal (liver, kidney, heart), pork heart, seasonal vegetables (broccoli, spinach, bok choy, carrots, celery, capsicum), apples, oranges, ground flaxseed, alfalfa powder, kelp powder, wheat grass, yoghurt, garlic, whole egg and fish oil.
Kilojoules / Calories of Rabbit BARF for Dogs:
Calories – 790KJ/100g; Calories per Pattie – 1975KJ
Typical Analysis for Rabbit BARF for Dogs:
Protein – 12.5%
Fat – 13%
Fibre – 1% Maximum
Calcium – 0.8%
Phosphorus – 0.5%
Calcium: Phosphorus ratio – 1:0.6
Ash – 2.8%
Moisture – 69%
Big Dog BARF for Dogs - Rabbit
- We’re glad to say that the rabbit used in Big Dog Rabbit BARF for Dogs is naturally grown in the wild. No farmed rabbits on our plate! Again, this organic protein provides another raw BARF for dogs for pets with allergies. In Australia, rabbit is not a common protein for pets, but we think this is about to change. Rabbit BARF for Dogs, free from toxins and pollutants, provides an easily digested protein source which can be enjoyed at any stage of your pet’s life. Big Dog has been working with a quality supplier for the past 18 months to ensure that a good organic protein source is available at all times. The meat comes from the same business that supplies the human consumption market, so customers can be certain that this is a unique protein source available only in Big Dog Rabbit Barf for Dogs.