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Fuzzy Rabbit Feet

Fuzzy Rabbit Feet

Regular price $18.99 USD
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🐇Why feed Rabbit Feet🐇

  • 🐰Furry chews are a great addition to add to your pet diet since fur has fibers that help aid in digestion
  • ❤️‍🩹These are great alternatives if your pet is allergic or sensitive to traditional proteins such as chicken or beef
  • 🐺Your dogs' senses will appreciate the fur left on these chews! Fur gives off exciting new smells to discover! It also satisfies their canine desires by enabling them to pick and gnaw at the chew
  • 🧠Great chew for mental enrichment
  • 🦴Dehydrated rabbit feet are a good source of chondroitin and glucosamine, which support bone and joint health
  • 🌾All of our rabbits are raised in FDA-approved rabbitries in the US that provide ethical and humane treatment to their animals. Furthermore, these rabbits are raised for human consumption, while their meat is sold to restaurants, and their ears are used as pet treats instead of being discarded. Consequently, we support zero-waste farming, a cause we are extremely passionate about.

Ingredients: 100% Dehydrated Rabbit Feet
Contents: Mixed bag of 3 back feet and 4 front feet

Safe Handling Instructions

It is possible for certain food products to contain bacteria that, if mishandled, may cause illness to you and your pet. To ensure maximum results, keep the product sealed until ready to use. Once opened, store it in a dark, dry, cool place. 

Feeding Instructions

Please note that this product is intended to be used intermittently or supplementally. 


Please start with only one protein at a time! Take it slow, new treats may cause an upset stomach if not introduced slowly. If your dog is a fast, determined eater, please be mindful and monitor your dog for swallowing or gulping! We do not want your dog to choke or swallow giant pieces that then might lead to regurgitation. This can be prevented by using a chew holder or just holding it with your hands. Do not feed whole bone inclusive chews is your dog is not used to eating bone. It’s always best to start slow and monitor their stool. Throw away larger sharp pieces that break apart while your dog is chewing to avoid a larger piece being swallowed.

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