At Wholesome Rabbit, we prioritize your pets’ health and happiness above all else. That’s why we are offering goat meat for pets.
High-Quality Protein: Goat meat is a good source of high-quality protein, which is essential for the growth, maintenance, and repair of tissues in both dogs and cats.
Rich in Nutrients: Goat meat contains essential nutrients such as vitamins (B vitamins, particularly B12), minerals (iron, zinc, phosphorus), and amino acids that contribute to overall health.
Digestibility: Compared to some other meats, goat meat is relatively easy to digest. This can be beneficial for pets with sensitive stomachs or digestive issues.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids: While not as high as in certain fish, goat meat does contain some omega-3 fatty acids, which can contribute to skin and coat health, as well as overall well-being.
Energy Source: The fats present in goat meat can serve as a good source of energy for active dogs and cats. However, it’s important to balance fat intake to avoid obesity.
Iron Content: Goat meat is a good source of iron, which is important for the formation of red blood cells and oxygen transport in the body.
Natural Flavor: Many dogs and cats find the taste of goat meat appealing, which can be helpful for picky eaters or those with food aversions.
Hypoallergenic: Goat meat is less likely to cause allergies in pets compared to more common meats like beef or chicken, making it a suitable option for pets with food sensitivities.
Suitable as a base for a DIY meal.
Thaw in the refrigerator at four °C for 24 hours before feeding.
Puppies: 5-8% body weight divided into 2-4 meals daily. (BARF Model Raw Diet)
Adults: 2-4% body weight divided into 1-2 meals daily. (BARF Model Raw Diet)
Feed according to your pet’s need
Keep frozen. Refrigerate & finish leftovers within three days or freeze.