Leo & Wolf Tripe Meatballs 1kg
Leo & Wolf's tripe meatballs are a complementary food product, packed in 1kg bags, which can be fed alone (as part of a balanced diet) or alongside other raw food products if desired. Containing 99% raw beef tripe, Leo & Wolf tripe meatballs are frozen to retain nutrition and flavour. Free from artificial additives and preservatives, fillers, grains and other biologically inappropriate ingredients, our tripe meatballs are easy to digest and deliver high-quality protein which is essential for supporting optimal canine health.
High-quality raw beef tripe (stomach) makes up 99% of our Leo & Wolf tripe meatballs. A cow's digestive system is complex, as their stomachs have four chambers which systematically break down grass with digestive enzymes, gastric juices and amino acids. These enzymes, gastric juices and amino acids are very nutritious for dogs as they contribute to their own digestion and well as the health of other body functions. Tripe is also naturally rich in protein, which is a crucial component of healthy canine and feline diets as it supports a multitude of bodily functions, including muscle and tissue formulation and repair, hair growth and skin cell formulation, energy formulation and immune system support. It also has the perfect ratio of calcium to phosphorus (1:1), making it ideal for dogs and cats with liver or kidney problems.
Cooking processes and preservatives can damage the nutritional profile of pet food products. As Leo & Wolf tripe meatballs are frozen when fresh and raw, and then served when defrosted, all of the nutrients are naturally preserved so that your pet can digest them efficiently.
This product is also suitable for cats due to its 99% tripe content.
Each meatball weighs 10g.
Our tripe meatballs are available in 1kg packs.
Ingredients: Beef Tripe (99%) Vegetable fibre (1%).
Additives: Calcium 1370 mg/kg.
Analytical Constituents: Crude Moisture 70%, Crude Protein 15%, Crude Fat 11.9%, Crude Fibre 1%, Crude Ash 0.9%, Calcium 0.13%, Phosphorus 0.1%, Taurine 170 mg/kg