Calf breast bone (cartilage)
Cut into cubes
Veal breast bone is one of the calcium donors in BARFING (calcium is important for cartilage and bones),it also cleans the teeth, as the dog has to chew on it.
The breastbone can also be fed to puppies.
During the change of teeth, you can also feed the calf breastbone in a frozen state.
The cold helps with swollen gums and relieves pain.
Dog (puppy, adult, senior)
Crude protein: 14.5%
Crude fat: 35,10%
(Analyses of natural products are subject to natural fluctuations).
For a 20 kg dog, we recommend veal breast bone approx. 4x per week.
Veal breastbone can be fed like a treat. 1-2 cubes either in the morning or in the evening.
Our feeding recommendations are guidelines and can of course vary - depending on the dog.
Can be kept in the fridge for approx. 2-4 days.
Can be defrosted and frozen again later!
CAUTION: Bones and cartilage can splinter. Therefore, supervise your pet while eating.
If the dog has too hard faeces, you may have fed too many bones or cartilage.