Beef Tripe Chunks
Feed as boneless 80%
Do not feed more than 10% of the 80% boneless ratio
Our tripe is not to be confused with the “bleached” tripe commonly available.
Tripe IS NOT organ or intestine meat. Tripe is the wall/lining of the stomach of animals such as goat, cow, deer, or lamb. Like a large sponge, it soaks up digestive and gastric juices, which are rich in essential fatty acids, omega 3 & 6, and an excellent source of protein. Due to the fermentation process and the way that the ruminant digests, the abomasum provides a food that is incredibly rich. Not only will it provide completely natural digestive enzymes to the dog but also vitamins, fatty acids and amino acids.
The enzymes not only help digestion in the canine but are also said to have a substantial effect on the cleaning of your pup’s teeth, keeping them white. Fatty acids are another benefit. All dogs need omega 3 and 6 in their diet – especially to maintain healthy skin and coat. The vitamins and amino acids are what gives your dog energy and spunk – tripe has plenty of these. Whilst many dog owners feed probiotics to their dogs to help with runny stools, upset tummies, and recovery and regeneration of good bacteria from depletion via prescribed antibiotics, tripe is the healthier alternative. Tripe is an excellent source of probiotics due to the large numbers of helpful microorganisms contained within the digestive tract. Raw tripe also has a perfect 1:1 ratio of calcium to phosphorus, which is vital for proper bone and joint development and sustainability.
Tip: prep while still mostly frozen – to keep the smell down