Jack's Premium freeze-dried treats are not only tasty, nutritionally dense for all pets. They are free of antibiotics, additives, grains, gluten and hormones. The freeze-drying process is a unique process that locks and seals in the fresh raw flavors and all the nutritional values.
- High-value: Pork Heart is considered a super food due to its nutritional composition. This helps keep your dog focused and excited about treat time! High-value treats are great for training, recall, and more!
- Single Ingredient: 100% Pork Heart, No Grain, No Glycerin, No Preservatives
- Just Good Stuff: Our first ingredient is our only ingredient, 100% Pork Heart. Freeze Drying allows for a tasty treat that is free of salt, sugars, fillers, chemicals, and preservatives!
- Don't Leave Meowt: Great Treat for Cats too!
Benefits of Pork Heart
- B-complex Vitamins (B1, B2, B6, B12: cardio-protective effects)
- Folate (metabolism, cellular division, neural development)
- Iron (boosts red blood cells, oxygen utilization, energy)
- CoQ10 (circulation, physical energy, stamina, metabolism, normal detoxification processes)
- & More (an excellent source of protein, omega 3, phosphorus, and taurine)
100% Freeze Dried Pork Heart
Protein (min.) 65.0%
Fat (min.) 10.0%
Fiber (max) 2.0%
Moisure (Max) 5.0%
Calories 102 kcal/oz
Frequently Asked Questions
Can dogs eat pork heart?
Yes. In fact, feeding heart to your pet is one of the most beneficial organs you can feed. It is considered both a muscle meat and an organ, is extremely high in protein, and contains loads of vitamins and minerals. It has high levels of folate, zinc, and iron, as well as a range of vitamins, including vitamins A, D, E, K and B vitamins.
Is pork heart safe for cats?
Yes, cats can eat pork heart. Cats are obligate carnivores meaning they need to get their protein from meat rather than vegetation. Pork heart is not only high in protein which is needed for muscle growth but also is high in taurine which is an essential nutrient for cats.
What are the best organ meats for dogs?
Dogs can eat pretty much all organs as long as they are coming from a reputable source of healthy animals. This includes hearts, liver, kidneys, brain, lung, trachea, spleen, and even tongue. Organ meats are one of the most nutrient dense foods you can give to your dog. In fact, entrails contain significantly more vitamins, minerals and other valuable nutrients than lean muscle meat.