Von BARF Premium Selection Duck

Von BARF Premium Selection Duck comes in a 2kg package (8 sausages of 250g).

Biologically appropriate, complete, raw food for dogs. Contains duck meat and seasonal vegetables and fruits. 

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In Chinese medicine, duck meat is considered a cold meat that holistic veterinarians recommend for dogs that have problems with chronic inflammatory processes in the body such as allergies, and arthritis, as well as dogs that suffer from tumors.
 
For dogs allergic to chicken and beef, duck meat can be the meat of choice.

Duck meat is an excellent source of protein, due to a slightly higher proportion of fat, and is excellent for dogs in training, which need a larger amount of fat as a quality source of energy. However, it is important to emphasize that duck is low in saturated fat. Duck is a rich source of B vitamins and potassium, which is essential for the proper functioning of enzymes, proper functioning of muscles and the nervous system. 

 
Seasonal fruits and vegetables (green leafy vegetables, carrots, apples) as a source of vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients that have an important antioxidant role in the body, and raw fibers whose role is mechanical - they stimulate intestinal peristalsis and support growth of good microflora in the intestines (prebiotic properties).



  • The size of the meal depends on the body weight, activity and age of the dog. For an adult dog, it is usually around 2% of its body weight. The recommended daily ration for a puppy is 3% of the expected adult body weight.

  • Adult, healthy dogs are recommended to be fed once a day. If the dog is taught to eat 2-3 meals a day, it can continue in that rhythm.

  • Puppies are usually fed several times a day, bitches in high stages of pregnancy and lactation and dogs with health problems.

  • It is recommended to weigh the dog before starting BARF feeding and 2 to 3 weeks later. Depending on what you wanted to achieve (maintenance of body weight, weight loss, weight gain), adjust the size of the meal.

INGREDIENTS:

  • duck meat 55%
  • duck neck and back 16%
  • fruits and vegetables 15% 
  • duck hearts 10%
  • duck liver 4%

AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES OF 100 G OF PRODUCT

  • energy 753 kJ /180 kcal
  • protein 14.3 g
  • fat 11.1 g
  • crude fiber 2, 2 g
  • ash 2.9 g
  • moisture 66.8 g
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In Chinese medicine, duck meat is considered a cold meat that holistic veterinarians recommend for dogs that have problems with chronic inflammatory processes in the body such as allergies, and arthritis, as well as dogs that suffer from tumors.
 
For dogs allergic to chicken and beef, duck meat can be the meat of choice.

Duck meat is an excellent source of protein, due to a slightly higher proportion of fat, and is excellent for dogs in training, which need a larger amount of fat as a quality source of energy. However, it is important to emphasize that duck is low in saturated fat. Duck is a rich source of B vitamins and potassium, which is essential for the proper functioning of enzymes, proper functioning of muscles and the nervous system. 

 
Seasonal fruits and vegetables (green leafy vegetables, carrots, apples) as a source of vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients that have an important antioxidant role in the body, and raw fibers whose role is mechanical - they stimulate intestinal peristalsis and support growth of good microflora in the intestines (prebiotic properties).



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  • The size of the meal depends on the body weight, activity and age of the dog. For an adult dog, it is usually around 2% of its body weight. The recommended daily ration for a puppy is 3% of the expected adult body weight.

  • Adult, healthy dogs are recommended to be fed once a day. If the dog is taught to eat 2-3 meals a day, it can continue in that rhythm.

  • Puppies are usually fed several times a day, bitches in high stages of pregnancy and lactation and dogs with health problems.

  • It is recommended to weigh the dog before starting BARF feeding and 2 to 3 weeks later. Depending on what you wanted to achieve (maintenance of body weight, weight loss, weight gain), adjust the size of the meal.

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INGREDIENTS:

  • duck meat 55%
  • duck neck and back 16%
  • fruits and vegetables 15% 
  • duck hearts 10%
  • duck liver 4%

AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES OF 100 G OF PRODUCT

  • energy 753 kJ /180 kcal
  • protein 14.3 g
  • fat 11.1 g
  • crude fiber 2, 2 g
  • ash 2.9 g
  • moisture 66.8 g
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