I’ll have a serve of crocodile – and make it snappy!!
All jokes aside, crocodile is a surprisingly versatile and nutritious product. If you are looking for a truly unique dog treat then crocodile feet, jerky and pure meat toppers are the perfect choice.
Crocodile protein and amino acids are decidedly different from animals normally associated with pet foods – beef and chicken. Belonging to the order Crocodylia, crocodile meat is surprisingly like chicken or calamari. firm texture and is irresistible to dogs with their many thousands of smell and taste receptors. Crocodiles too has to the most powerful immune system in nature and this is likely to be passed along.
5 Reasons to choose Loyalty Crocodile Treats
Novel proteins and the diet
This ancient protein is ideal for elimination diets and food trials, making it suitable for long-term maintenance diet. Excellent, too, for the development and repair of muscle tissue.
As well as protein and amino acids. Crocodile treats are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B12, niacin, and monounsaturated fatty acids.
High in dietary fibre
Skin and claws provide excellent source of dietary fibre.The scaley skin (scales are called scutes) keeps the whole treat with its nutritious contents together and is in most cases is easily chewed and eaten. Also included are the croc nails which tend to pass through the digestive system like fibre.
Low in carbs.
Carbs are often the true causes of obesity, diabetes and other gut complaints. Sugars provide energy, but did you know that essentially the same energy values are available from protein? This is why meat-based treats provide the best nutrition AND energy your dog needs (as opposed to grain (carb) treats).
Yes, crocodile meat may be good for dogs with kidney disease. It has been reported that a raw meat diet with 60-80% meat, and a combination of cereal or vegetable and vitamins, which is low in sodium, and high in Omega 3 fatty acids make this protein source suitable for dogs suffering from early to mid-stage renal failure
The strongest evidence for a beneficial effect of foods high omega-3 fats has to do with heart disease. These fats appear to help the heart beat at a steady clip and not veer into a dangerous or potentially fatal erratic rhythm.
Most dogs respond well to the taste of crocodile meat. The taste and texture of crocodile meat is delicious and wholesome since it is white meat – similar to chicken or calamari and is irresistible to dogs with their thousands of smell and taste receptors.
Is it safe to feed to my pet?
Yes! Completely safe. Our Nutrieseal method guarantees it.
Click here to learn more – https://loyaltypettreats.com.au/nutrieseal/
What to expect when giving Crocodile feet
When introducing for the first time. Don’t be surprised if your dog moves it around his mouth, drools, drops and smells it and maybe even rolls on it. It’s all his way of investigating and savouring this tantalising new morsel. Other dogs may want to bury it for later contemplation – endearing behaviour. Either way enjoy the fun. Let him know this exciting experience has your approval. Sizes vary so choose smaller ones for small dogs etc.