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Ostrich - A great option for ingredient sensitive dogs

More and more dogs suffer from allergies and intolerances. Ostrich meat is a tasty alternative to beef, chicken and other common proteins, because the muscle meat from the African bird is rich in healthy nutrients and is well tolerated by sensitive dogs.

The ostrich is a flightless bird that is found mainly in Africa. As an exotic type of meat, ostrich meat is now also widespread in Europe. The large birds are not classic farm animals, but are increasingly being bred in ostrich farms to produce high-quality ostrich meat.

Meat plays an increasingly important role for dogs, because intolerance to conventional types of meat is increasing and dog owners are dependent on alternatives.

As a well-tolerated protein source, ostrich is a tasty and healthy addition to your dog's bowl.

The meat is an optimal source of protein for four-legged friends because it is considered nutritious and easy to digest. As an exotic type of meat, ostrich meat is particularly suitable for dogs with sensitive stomachs, as allergies or intolerance to ostrich meat are not yet known. On the contrary: the meat is digestible and at the same time provides the dog with important nutrients.

The firm muscle meat is very tasty for dogs and provides your fur nose with a lot of protein and energy for the day. The meat is particularly rich in iron, which is required for blood formation and oxygen transport in the blood. The essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are also found in high amounts in ostrich meat.

In addition, the meat is low in fat and is therefore also suitable for dogs with weight problems. Basically, an ostrich is a treat for every four-legged friend, especially:

  • Puppies
  • Adult dogs
  • Older dogs and seniors
  • Dogs with diabetes
  • Obese dogs
  • Dogs with allergies and intolerances

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