If you have been thinking of introducing your dogs to a raw diet, duck giblets are a great way to add lots of nutrients into your dog’s diet. Giblets are easy to store, filled with essential vitamins and minerals and packed with flavour too! .
In this article, we will dive into what duck giblets are, how they can be a simple way for your dog to maintain good health and what you should serve giblets with. CDK9 is a raw dog food supplier based in Melbourne that offers flexible subscription plans that bring high-quality ingredients right to your doorstep.
What are duck giblets?
Duck giblets are the internal organs of a duck. This includes but is not limited to the neck, gizzard, heart and liver. Not only are they a delicious ingredient in our own recipes, but they are also a fantastic source of nutrients for your furry friend!
By including a serve of giblets in your pet’s meal, you are giving them the necessary nutrients that strengthens their immune system and supports bone health. If you’re only just introducing your dog to duck giblets, you can start off by trying our weekly mix of the essentials duck. This subscription plan includes duck meat, bones and offal. Perfect for a morning feast for your dog!
Are duck giblets good for dogs?
Yes. Duck giblets are packed with vitamins like B12, A, B and C and minerals like iron, copper, magnesium and copper amongst others. And since they are low in fat, you don’t have to worry about over-feeding your dog when you includes these in their every day meals.
For well-rounded duck dog food, CDK9 offers plenty of options for pet-owners. Whether you need a pack for digestion support or overall health, we have the subscription plan for you. Just freeze the items and thaw them a day before you serve them to your pup.
What are the benefits of feeding your dog duck giblet?
There are several benefits to feeding your dogs duck offals.
Duck giblets are nutrient-rich:
They support proper growth and development for puppies and maintain overall health in adult dogs.
Easy to store and serve
Since they are small-sized items, they can easily be frozen and stored for several weeks before they can be served to your pet.
Reduced inflammation and stable digestive system
Increased consumption of duck offal has indicated that the internal health of your dog will show a positive improvement. This includes reduced inflammation and illnesses like cancer. Another benefit is the maintenance of the digestive system of your dog. You will find that your dogs will poop less thanks to this natural diet since their nutritional needs are being met by increased absorption.
What is the serving size of duck giblet for dogs?
A good percentage of offal serving for dog’s is about 10% of their entire meal plan for the day. If you’re unsure of how much to serve your dog in total, use our raw dog food calculator on the CDK9 website.
With CDK9, you don’t ever have to worry about reselecting how much you need to order every month or a couple of months. We handpick a variety of plans and weights to suit your needs as a pet owner, delivered right to your doorstep. For more information, check out our FAQ section or contact one of our friendly staff to find the perfect plan for you and your pup.