Health Benefits of rabbit ears with fur

Health Benefits of Rabbit Ears With Fur

Rabbit Ears are a popular novel, natural dog treat that has recently taken off in the natural dog feeding community.
Rabbit Ears With Fur

Rabbit Ears usually come in two different varieties, either with fur or without fur.  They can also be either frozen or air-dried, with the air dried variety being a crispy and crunchy treat natural dog treat.

Rabbit ears with fur are high in protein , which in turn is (and not limited to) good for hair, skin and muscles.  Not only are they nutritious, they are almost odourless for those who don’t like the smelly natural dog treats, they also have several anecdotal benefits for your dogs:

  • Oral Care– Rabbit ears are quite abrasive when they are chewed, helping with the removal of plaque and tartar.  They can also assist in the removal of any left over food or debris stuck in the dogs teeth.
  • Hypoallergenic – Great for sensitive pets.  Rabbit being a novel protein, it is very unlikely that your four legged friend will react to it.
  • Natural De-wormer – The fur on Rabbit Ears may act as a fine brush to flush the worms from within the stomach and clear the digestive tract.
  • Chewing Aid – Dogs love to chew, and chewing produces endorphins in dogs that can help reduce anxiety and help improve the mood of your dog.
  • Fibrous – Very good aid in the clearing of anal glands.

Please remember that these are just treats and should be fed as part of a balanced diet, two or three times a week should be more than enough for you pet to feel the benefits on this unique and exciting treat.  Natural dog treats, including rabbit ears with fur, are an excellent way to reward your pet for good behaviour.  

With all treats, please make sure you have fresh clean water available for them and always supervise your beloved canine while they are eating.

They’re great for puppies too and can be fed as young as three months, as long as they have begun to lose their puppy teeth.  It also helps to reduce the itching dogs can feel while new teeth are coming though.

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