Betsy’s Fish & tripe (500g)
A mix of Fish & tripe, made with fresh human grade meat, Provided in biodegradable packaging, with completely recyclable sleeves too.
Fish With Tripe. Fish (salmon) Salmon contains Potassium vital for the brain and nerves and Selenium which plays an important role in the health of the immune system. This antioxidant helps lower oxidative stress in the body, which reduces inflammation and enhances immunity. Tripe is a good source of the the following minerals. Calcium helping to build and maintain strong bones. The heart, muscles and nerves also need calcium to function properly. Phosphorus needed to keep the bones and teeth strong and also helps the muscles contract and aid’s muscle recovery after exercise. Phosphorus also helps with filtering and removing waste from the kidneys and promotes healthy nerve conduction throughout the body. Magnesium which is a cofactor that helps regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation. Magnesium is also required for energy production and lastly, Iron which in the mineral kingdom acts like a magnet and pulls all the other minerals to it, the blood is iron and conveys oxygen and minerals absorbed from a SARF diet into the blood, to the cells that make up the physical body, 40 different disease’s result through lack of Iron.
Composition: Tripe (40%), Salmon (20%)*, White Fish (20%), Ox Heart (10%), Pig Liver (5%), Ox Kidney (5%).
• Protein 17.2%
• Fibre 0.1%
• Moisture 71.3%
• Ash 0.8%
• Fat 12.76%
Feeding And Storage Guidelines
Store in the Freezer, best when defrosted in the fridge and should be used within 3-4 days (safe to defrost and refreeze)
To achieve a complete and balanced Species Appropriate Raw Food diet (SARF) we do advise that you aim to feed a minimum of 5-7 different meat type as each meat will help provide your dog with something different minerally/nutritionally, this makes the diet complete and the 80% meat 10% bone 10% offal provides a balanced diet.