Duck is a great source of amino acids that helps to support strong muscles. Some pets are allergic to beef and or chicken so switching to a food with a more novel protein such as duck helps alleviate gastrointestinal issues and skin irritation.
The duck giblets are the edible internal organs of a duck. These organs include the liver, heart, and gizzard.
They are full of iron, zinc, vitamins D and B9, as well as omega oil and fatty acids.
Duck Dog Food
Raw duck is nutritionally rich, high in protein and fat, and low in carbohydrates. This makes it an ideal diet for dogs who are active and need a lot of energy. Duck's healthy omega-3 fatty acids content can help to keep your dog's coat and skin healthy.
We offer duck parts, including the head, or a minced duck mix, that will offer the full nutritional profile your dog needs to be happy, healthy and thriving.
Duck parts are great for eating and will give your dog's jaw muscles a good gnawing exercise at lunch. Just imagine how happy they will be ripping the protein off of the ducks frame or feet and then gnawing on the bones to their hearts' contentment.
If you’re looking for a high iron option for your dog, consider giving them raw duck liver. Not only will it provide necessary iron, it’s also highly rich in copper, zinc, folate, and pantothenic acid.
Duck liver is a good choice for dogs who are prone to iron deficiency or who need a high-iron diet.
Duck Necks For Dogs
The duck necks we offer are a great raw treat for small and medium-sized dogs to help them get in touch with their inner big wolf.
Duck frames can give the same feeling to bigger dogs, as they’ll feel they are eating a true prey animal because they are. Yes, our fur babies might be our babies but deep down they are still the descendants of wolves.
Soft Bones For Dogs
Duck bones are a great option if your dog is getting older and his teeth need a bit more support, or if they have difficulty chewing but are still willing to engage in the activity.
One of the best ways to help your dog deal with teeth problems is by giving them raw bones. Raw bones contain calcium and other minerals that will help strengthen teeth, making it easier for dogs to chew properly.
Raw bones can also be a great source of protein for your dog. They are easy to digest and make a great snack or meal option any time of day. Bird bones, coming from chickens or ducks are the softest option.
Simply allow them to gnaw on them and work them apart. Raw bones are safer than cooked bones which can splinter and cause digestive problems.
Cartilage For Dogs
Cartilage for dogs is a major component of the raw bone product and can be found in the connective tissue in duck necks, feet, and wings.
This part of the duck is a rich source of protein and collagen, which can help to support your dog's joint health. It is also a good source of chondroitin, which can help to reduce inflammation in the joints.
When feeding duck cartilage to your dog, it is important to start with a small amount and increase it gradually over time. This will allow your dog's digestive system to get used to the new food and avoid any stomach upsets.