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Premium food from whole chicken hearts | chicken hearts in bouillon for dogs and cats.
Feed material for dogs & cats from whole chicken hearts.
Unmineralized wet food - minerals must be supplemented
For demanding dog and cat owners - meat enjoyment in premium quality! High quality cat and dog food made from whole chicken hearts. The wet food line from Futtermedicus is our recommendation to BARFers who are looking for a vacation solution.
The poultry hearts used for the pet food are cooked pure in the can and are therefore free of additives, other offal or bones. With your four-legged friends, our grain-free wet food offer has a good acceptance! The cat and dog food with pure meat content is eaten with pleasure.
The grain-free wet food line is also recommended for dogs and cats with soft feces or intestinal sounds, which react sensitively to the meat quality.
So that the food lacks nothing ...
...the chicken hearts for dogs & cats should be mineralized with a suitable feed additive after 8 weeks at the latest. Depending on the age (young animal, adult) you can also get suitable mineral vitamin supplements and associated recipes in our store.
Grain-free dog food & cat food from chicken
Grain-free food for dogs and cats with pure meat content and of good acceptance! 400 g raw chicken hearts result in approx. 200 g bouillon and approx. 200 g hearts after the cooking process. The broth is very tasty and nutritious and can be fed with pleasure. Your four-legged friend will love it. Permanently carbohydrates such as potatoes, millet or rice and vegetables such as carrots, zucchini, lettuce can be added. Futtermedicus also offers vegetable and gluten-free dog flakes here. Oils can be added to the feed. Oils such as rapeseed oil, hemp oil, walnut oil, linseed oil or salmon oil please always add fresh.
Futtermedicus - Feeding dogs & cats individually
Would you like individual nutritional advice for your dog or cat? Do you have questions about barfing or general questions about dog and cat nutrition? Contact us! Our experts specialized in nutrition and dietetics will be happy to advise you personally by mail or by booking an individual telephone appointment.
|Animal species:||cat, dog|
|Feed type:||Complementary feed, wet feed|
|Special properties:||low in fat, single protein|
Composition: Chicken hearts
Analytical components: 77 % moisture, 14 % crude protein, 7 % crude fat, 1 % crude ash, 0,2 % crude fiber
Calcium: <0.01 g/100 g, Phosphorus: 0.18 g/100 g
Why is there so much bouillon in the can?
We do not add any additional water to the chicken hearts. But chicken hearts are significantly more water-rich than muscle meat, so after cooking, 400 g of raw chicken hearts will yield about 200 g of broth and about 200 g of hearts. We deliberately do not use binders, so you will find an unaltered broth in the can. This is very tasty and nutritious and can be fed with pleasure.
What to do if you received dented cans of food?
We guarantee that we will, of course, pack and ship perfect cans without dents. Due to the sorting system at our shipping service provider DHL, it can sometimes happen on the shipping route that a package falls down up to 90 cm. The forces created inside the carton when it hits the ground can compress the food cans, causing the undesirable dents on the cans. Unfortunately, thicker cartons or other packaging materials do not reduce these dents because the weight inside the carton affects the can many times over upon impact. The outer cartons usually remain undamaged.
If you have received dented cans and cannot detect any opening on them, you can feed the contents without hesitation. It is important to know that when you open it, the meat broth it contains will spurt out due to the excess pressure created. This means that it is best to open the can over the sink.