FRANKEN PREY -Venison, Wild Boar, Wild Goat, Tripe (mince)
Save $5 on bulk 2.5kg flat pouch (even distribution and easy to thaw quicker then tubs)
The Outback Frankey Prey Diet consists of 80-10-10 which includes ground bone and beef green tripe. An exceptional choice of proteins varying the nutrient profile and providing optimal nutrient absorbtion.
Formulation: Minced Form in 1 kilo and 2.5kg flat sealed freezer grade pouch
Palatibility: Highly digestible
Diet: Complete 80.10.10
Ingredients are human grade (raw green tripe is not human grade as it is in its raw state)
Venison 40% (HG)
Wild Boar 20% (HG)
Wild Goat 10% (HG)
Beef Green Tripe 10% (from human grade cattle)
Turkey Neck Ground 10% (from human grade turkey)
Lamb Kidney 5% (HG)
Beef Liver 5% (HG)
Turkey Neck Ground - Joint and Mobility Benefits
High quality protein Glucosamine and chondroitin. Calcium, phosphorous, and other trace minerals. Countless studies have shown the powerful positive effects of the oral supplementation of glucosamine and chondroitin on joint health, arthritis and consequently the overall mobility of dogs and cats. In fact, if your pet is suffering from arthritis, there is a high likelihood that your veterinarian will recommend glucosamine and chondroitin to treat your pet.
Beef Green Tripe
Green tripe is the untreated contents of a grazing animal's stomach or intestines. It may sound disgusting, but this food is highly nutritious, containing plenty of enzymes, good bacteria, and nutrients that are excellent for your pet's health. It's also a very natural part of both dogs and cats' ancestral diets.
Venison is low in fat (and cholesterol) as compared to other pet food proteins such as beef or chicken. Venison is rich in iron, niacin, riboflavin, and B vitamins and also contains higher levels of omega-3 fatty acid than beef.
Wild boar is a good source of Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Zinc and Selenium. It is also a very good source of protein and low in sodium.
Wild Goat - Hypoallergenic and Lean
Easy to digest which makes it a good choice for sensitive dogs and pets with allergies.
High in Iron, Protein, Vitamin B12,Phosphorus, Riboflavin, Zinc, Niacin, Copper, Selenium.
Beef Liver for Dogs
Vitamin A is one of the most important vitamins a dog needs in his diet – it helps to aid digestion, keeps his reproductive organs working well, and it acts as a powerful antioxidant. Various B vitamins (especially vitamin B12), help to protect your dog’s mental health and they also help to prevent anemia. Iron, an essential mineral, plays a role in many important functions such as brain development, regulation of body temperature, and metabolism – this mineral can be found in abundance in fresh liver. Liver also has an anti-fatigue factor which can be particularly beneficial for active and working breed dogs. It is important to note that the nutritional value of liver is highly affected by heat, so avoid cooking it if possible.
Can I Give My Cat Beef Liver? Answer: Yes, But change the diversity or proteins offered
Unlike human beings, cats can’t be given everything when it comes to food. There are strict rules and norms which need to be followed when it comes to feeding cats. Among many other food items, feeding a cat beef liver is a go, but not something you’d want to do frequently or because you feel it’s necessary. It wouldn’t come as a surprise if a cat owner mentions that his cat can’t get enough of it. Cats simply love it!
Advantages of Beef Liver
Unlike dogs and other animals, a cat is unable to produce taurine, a chemical that is important in the metabolism of fats. This means that a cat needs to be given a proper taurine intake in order to fulfill its taurine requirements. The good part is that beef is an excellent provider of taurine. Feeding your cat beef liver will not only make it healthy and strong, but will also take care of its taurine requirements. Furthermore, it is full of minerals, iron, selenium, manganese and zinc. These are important for your cat’s nourishment and health. It also contains excessive vitamin A, vitamin B – more specifically biotin, B2, B3, B5, B12, choline, inositol and folacin – and vitamin C.
Frankey Prey Model mimics the PMR 80.10.10
(80% Muscle Meat, 10% Bone, 10% Organs)
Although chunk form is most accurate to true form of PMR, the Outback is in mince form to suit a large majoriy of pets that like their mince form. For chuck form, please go to Outback Simplicity for variation.
How To Thaw
1. Place package inn the refrigerator overnight.
2. Next morning, product will have thawed slightly, enough for product to be divided into portions and refreeze. Use a sharp knife to cut through semi frozen product.
3. If you intend to completely thaw and feed whole amount, you cannot re-freeze.