Pork Ears (5 pcs)
Natural Pig Ears For Dogs – an irresistible, natural chew that satisfies your dog’s chewing needs in a healthy and delicious way. Our pig ears are carefully selected and dried to preserve the juicy flavor and necessary texture your dog will love.
- They clean your dog’s teeth and strengthen their gums, gums and jaws.
- High-quality pig ears are high in energy.
- Give them when you want to keep your dog occupied with something nice for a long time.
- MÆT pig ears for dogs are pure natural products. Naturally with no additives and no preservatives.
- All products are naturally cleaned, dried and heat-treated.
Pig ears bring great joy to many dogs and are often a dog’s favorite. Let your dog taste our pig ears – they’ll love them all. Guaranteed.
Contents: 5 pcs. dried pig ears from Poland
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MÆT Pig ears for dogs
- 00% Natural: Our pig ears are made without additives or preservatives, giving your dog a clean and natural chewing experience.
- Delicate and Tasty: Pig Ears offer a delicate taste experience that will please even the most discerning dog.
- Dental cleaning: The chewing process helps reduce plaque and tartar, promoting good oral health and fresh breath.
- Quality assured: Our products undergo strict quality controls to ensure you only give your dog the best.
Pig ears can be a great option for dog owners looking for a healthy, long-lasting chew snack for their best friends. However, pig ears are not right for every dog, so it’s important to consider all factors before giving your dog a pig ear to chew on.
The benefits of feeding pig ears
Pig ears are a single-ingredient treat, which means they are ideal for dogs with dietary restrictions or food sensitivities. It’s easy to know exactly what you’re feeding your beloved pal when there’s only one ingredient to worry about.
As long as you buy high-quality pig ears from a reputable source, you can rest assured that they are free from chemicals and additives that can cause digestive upset.
Pig ears are made of cartilage, which means they are a softer chew that is ideal for most dogs. Whether you have a puppy, a senior or a dog with dental problems, pig ears are long-lasting but easy to chew.
Pig ears are also an excellent source of glucosamine and chondroitin, which can help relieve painful joint conditions such as osteoarthritis. These ingredients also contribute to healthy teeth, gums and skin.
The high protein content of pig ears, around 69%, will help keep your dog developing strong muscles and a healthy coat and skin. They are also a good source of essential amino acids.
Chewing on a product such as pig ears offers your dog many benefits. Depending on your dog’s size and chewing ability, a pig ear can last anywhere from a few minutes to several hours.
Some companies also sell pig ears that have been trimmed into smaller pieces or slices to accommodate especially small dogs, seniors, puppies or any dog with limited chewing ability.
Not only is chewing a great way to keep your dog out of trouble, but it’s also mentally stimulating. Mental stimulation is key to preventing the development of bad habits created by boredom, especially when combined with appropriate physical exercise.
Mental stimulation is especially important for dogs with limited mobility, such as young puppies, older dogs and those with physical limitations. Their bodies may not be able to handle strenuous physical activities, but chewing will help keep their mind and body engaged without discomfort.
Besides the satisfaction of chewing, pig ears can help scrape away plaque and tartar. Along with regular veterinary dental care, pig ears can help keep your dog’s teeth clean and prevent dental disease.
Finally, pig ears are also relatively inexpensive compared to other high-quality chews such as bully sticks or cow ears, especially if you’re able to buy them in bulk.
Disadvantages of feeding pig ears to dogs
Higher fat content than e.g. chicken snacks
One of the biggest disadvantages of feeding your dog pig ears is the calorie content. Pig ears are quite large treats with a fairly high fat content. Moderation is key when it comes to this type of treat.
The average pig ear contains around 70 calories. While it may not seem like much, it can be a big part of a small dog’s daily calorie allocation. To prevent weight gain, it is recommended to feed pig ears only once or twice a week, depending on your dog’s size.
The higher fat content can also be a problem for dogs that need a low-fat diet. Pork is generally not considered a low-fat food, so if for some reason your dog requires minimal fat in their diet, it may be best to choose a chew made from a different type of protein.
Buy Natural Pig Ears for Dogs Today
Treat your dog to pure and natural chewing fun. Buy MÆT’s Natural Pig Ears for Dogs today and give your best friend a tasty and healthy chewing experience.