lentelus farms fur on lamb trotter chews
fur on lamb trotters - yes the fur is edible! fur provides a source of fibre for wild canids like wolves and coyotes, as well as some dedicated whole prey raw feeders.
always supervise your dog while chewing, and ensure they have access to fresh water. we recommend introducing this product in 20 minute chew sessions.
our low temperature dehydration process preserves the collagen matrix of the bone to protect against splintering and ensure that any pieces that may break off are smooth edged. broken pieces that are small enough to be swallowed should be removed promptly as consumption may result in gastric obstruction. all bone products present potential hazards - we believe that with appropriate supervision bone chews provide
benefits in dental health and mental enrichment that outweigh these risks.
Lentelus Farms is a mixed livestock farm in the comox valley. they utilize regenerative farming practices as the foundation for their commitment to providing sustainable, ethically produced meat for their community. they raise katahdin hair sheep - a robust meat breed that does not require annual shearing. their pasture raised lambs are grass fed and finished and are raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics.
lentelus - meaning "joy for spring" is named after Dave's grandfather's farm in Bo-Kouga, South Africa. a multi-generational agriculturalist, Dave was inspired to bring regenerative farming practices to the comox valley, after years of work in sustainable forestry and resource conservation.
ingredients: fur on lamb trotter - individual quantities.
storage once opened: shelf - 2-3 days, fridge - 1-2 weeks, freezer - indefinitely