High in Protein, but lower in fat than muscle meats
Good source of Omega-3 fatty acids
High in B Vitamins (niacin and vitamin B12) which help convert the nutrients from foods dogs eat into the useable energy needed for their bodies as well as supporting multiple metabolic functions and overall brain health
Fights inflammation by providing selenium; a necessary mineral that acts as an antioxidant and helps prevent the oxidative stress that causes cellular damage and the aging process.
Healthy Source of Folate which is extremely important during pregnancy, infancy, and adolescence. Folate is a B-vitamin that is needed to make red and white blood cells in the bone marrow, convert carbohydrates into energy, and produce DNA and RNA.
Excellent source of iron. It’s what gives the meat its bright red color that makes it noticeably different from beef or poultry. The iron in animal products is more absorbable than the kind found in plant foods and more effective for preventing low energy and other anemia symptoms.