Pig Ear - Freeze Dried

Beautiful Extra Large Pig Ears  NOT Smoked, Cooked, Dehydrated or Boiled NO Carcinogens Sourced & Freeze-Dried in Wisconsin!  At The Raw Dog Barkery, we utilize our exclusive, internally developed cold vacuum process to remove moisture from foods while preserving their nutritional benefits. Our products do not contain any added fillers, preservatives,...

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Beautiful Extra Large Pig Ears 

NOT Smoked, Cooked, Dehydrated or Boiled

NO Carcinogens

Sourced & Freeze-Dried in Wisconsin! 

At The Raw Dog Barkery, we utilize our exclusive, internally developed cold vacuum process to remove moisture from foods while preserving their nutritional benefits. Our products do not contain any added fillers, preservatives, or extracts, and we source our ingredients from USDA-approved sources. We process our ingredients in small batches to ensure optimal freshness and quality and never outsource production.Compare our quality to others! 

Compare our quality to other freeze-dried treats and you will find that our products are fresher and look better because of how we source and our proprietary process.  

Ingredient: Pig Ear

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein 58.0% Min, Crude Fat 25.0% Min, Crude Fiber 3.0% Max,  Moisture, Max, 8.0% Max.

 Benefits:

Pig ears are a popular treat for dogs, but they are also consumed by humans in some cultures. Here are some potential benefits and drawbacks of eating pig ears:

  1. High in protein: Pig ears are a good source of protein, which is important for building and repairing tissues in the body. (1)
  2. Low in fat: Pig ears are relatively low in fat, making them a good snack option for those watching their fat intake. (2)
  3. May promote dental health: Chewing on pig ears may help clean teeth and promote good dental health in dogs. (3)

References:

  1. Nutritional value of pig ears. USDA National Nutrient Database. https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/fdc-app.html#/food-details/174111/nutrients

  2. Hu FB, Manson JE, Willett WC. Types of dietary fat and risk of coronary heart disease: a critical review. J Am Coll Nutr. 2001;20(1):5-19.

  3. American Veterinary Dental College. Dental Treats for Dogs. . https://www.avdc.org/dental-treats-for-dogs.html

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