Doggy Chef Free Range Venison Tripe Chunks
If you aren’t feeding your dog raw green tripe then you should be! It is a great way to promote excellent digestive health and included as part of their raw diet can help to boost their immune system, their central nervous system, repair damaged tissue and a whole host of other benefits.
- Protein – High in protein and a healthy source of fat with 7 omega oils. Helps to build muscle and to improve the immune system, repair tissue and protect urinary tract health;
- Probiotics – Perhaps the greatest benefit of feeding green tripe to a dog is the probiotics that it offers. It contains lactobacillus acidophilus which is used by the digestive system to protect against harmful bacteria. By increasing the acidophilus levels, you promote healthy digestion and optimize the absorption of vital nutrients;
- Enzymes – Increase the amounts of enzymes in a dog’s digestive system by including raw green tripe in their diet. Enzymes allow the system to breakdown the food into the vital nutrients required;
- Vitamins and minerals – The fact that untreated tripe contains partially digested green matter means that your dog will be getting an abundance of healthy, natural vitamins and minerals.
Raw green tripe is particularly good for those dogs that need to gain healthy weight or that are recovering from illness. It is also great for picky eaters as the smell is particularly attractive to them. There aren’t many dogs that can resist the allure of tripe in their food bowl. Unlike supermarket tripe, raw green tripe is untreated. The only treatment it receives is being rinsed in cold water. It is known as green tripe because of its unbleached nature and while it can contain traces of grass and other green matter, the color of it ranges from light brown to black.