Shoulder cartilage from the calf
Cartilage is one of the sources of calcium in BARF. Calcium is very important for a balanced BARF meal.
You can either mix the minced cartilage with the muscle meat or feed it as a main meal.
We recommend mixing it in.
Dogs (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 approx. 4x250g veal cartilage minced per week (i.e. approx. 1000g).
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!
If the dog's faeces are too hard, you may have fed too many bones or cartilage.