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Rabbit Ears with Fur

Rabbit Ears with Fur

Furry Rabbit Ears natural treats for dogs are the ultimate low fat, healthy treats that large and small dogs love to gnaw on. Offered once or twice a week to your dog, Furry Rabbit Ears will help stay on top of intestinal worm problems. We recommend combining these natural dog treats with our Worm Count Kit every 6-12 months to monitor for worms.
  • Suitable from 12 weeks+
  • Chew rating 2: Requires some effort
  • 100% Rabbit
  • Pack sizes: 75g, 150g & 300g
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Furry Rabbit Ears natural treats for dogs are the ultimate low fat, healthy treats that large and small dogs love to gnaw on. Offered once or twice a week to your dog, Furry Rabbit Ears will help stay on top of intestinal worm problems. We recommend combining these natural dog treats with our Worm Count Kit every 6-12 months to monitor for worms.
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Our super popular rabbit ears with fur for dogs are made from 100% natural rabbit ears. Just air-dried (which means they have no additives, no preservatives, no gluten, wheat or other dog-unfriendly content)! High in protein, low in odour and hypoallergenic, these tasty and nutritious hairy chews are a great alternative for dogs who have allergies or intolerances to other natural treats.

The Benefits of our Rabbit Ears with Fur

Meaning 'less likely to cause an allergic reaction' as rabbit is a novel protein not often found in many commercial dog foods.

Suitable for puppies 12 weeks+
Our rating is based on an average sized puppy. If you have a toy or small breed puppy, this treat would be better given once they are a little bigger or cut in half due to the amount of fur on them. Introduce furry rabbit ears slowly and monitor for any adverse effects.

Natural dental chew
Chewing on rabbit ears can help clean a dog's teeth, reducing plaque and tartar buildup. The texture of rabbit ears can act as a natural floss, promoting healthy gums and preventing dental issues.

Suitable for most sizes and breeds of dog
Furry rabbit ears can be enjoyed by all breeds and sizes of dogs. Exercise caution when feeding toy breeds to ensure the fur does not cause any blockages - cutting the ears in half can alleviate this issue.

Can aid in natural worming process
Furry rabbit ears, when combined with our Worm Count Kit every 6 months will help keep your dog ‘worm free’. The fur on the ears does not break down and acts as an intestinal brush, sweeping parasites and eggs down the digestive tract to be eliminated with faeces.

Anal gland health
The undigested hair helps to bulk out the faeces which, in turn, helps to naturally express the anal glands as a dog poops and stops them from becoming full, blocked or infected.

Naturally grain and gluten free
Just 100% air dried rabbit ear with hair.

High in Protein
High protein dog treats contribute to these benefits by providing essential amino acids, the building blocks of protein. Amino acids are crucial for muscle repair and growth, and they play a vital role in various physiological functions.

High in Collagen
Collagen benefits dogs by promoting joint health, supporting skin and coat quality, and aiding in overall connective tissue maintenance. for healthy coats and skin.

Supports joint health
Dried rabbit ears for dogs contain natural levels of glucosamine and chondroitin. These compounds are known for supporting joint health and are beneficial for dogs, especially those with arthritis or joint issues.

Responsibly sourced from the EU
Our rabbit ears with hair are sourced from within the EU from trusted partners that remain committed to animal welfare .

No additives or preservatives
Our rabbit ears with fur are air dried in a controlled environment with good air circulation on trays or racks. The treats are left to air dry naturally over an extended period, allowing moisture to evaporate gradually.

Healthy and nutritious
Dried rabbit ears contain vitamins (such as B-vitamins such as B12) which support various metabolic processes and minerals (such as phosphorus, selenium, and zinc) contributing to overall health.

Long shelf life
Store in resealable packaging, out of sunlight and at room temperature to keep the product fresh for 18 months.

Due to this product being natural, piece sizes may vary, as will the amount of ears per pack. 75g is approximately 5-7 pieces ears.

Our Rabbit Ears with Fur can also be found in our Easy Chew Pack and Exotic Chew Pack

Suitable for puppies and dogs aged: 12 weeks+
Pack size: 75g, 150g & 300g
Shelf life: 18 months
Ingredients: 100% Rabbit
Sourced From: Europe
Typical Analysis: Protein 52.2%, Fats & Oils 21.3%, Ash 17.3%, Fibres 0.1%

Always supervise your dog when eating any kind or treat or chew.  Ensure that your dog has access to clean, fresh water. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Rabbit Ears with Fur

Are rabbit ears with fur good for dogs?

Yes, rabbit ears with fur can be good for dogs when used as a treat in moderation. These natural dog chews offer several benefits that contribute to your dog's overall health and well-being: Nutritional Value: Rabbit ears with fur are a rich source of protein, which is essential for muscle development and repair. They also contain important vitamins and minerals that support your dog's overall health. Mental Stimulation: The act of chewing on rabbit ears with fur can provide mental stimulation and alleviate boredom for dogs. This can be especially beneficial for puppies and active dogs who need an outlet for their energy. Digestive Health: The fur on rabbit ears can provide a source of dietary fibre, which aids in digestion and supports a healthy gastrointestinal system. Allergen-friendly: Rabbit meat is considered a hypoallergenic protein (less likely to cause an allergic reaction), making rabbit ears with fur a suitable option for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies to common proteins like beef or chicken. Despite these benefits, it's essential to remember that all dogs are different, and individual dogs may have different reactions to treats. Some dogs may have sensitivities to certain proteins, including rabbit. When introducing any new treat to your dog's diet, it's best to start with a small amount and observe how your dog responds. If you notice any adverse reactions, discontinue giving rabbit ears with fur.

How often can dogs have rabbit ears with fur?

The frequency with which you can give your dog rabbit ears with fur as a treat depends on your dog's individual dietary needs, size, age, and overall health. While rabbit ears with fur can be a nutritious and beneficial treat, it's essential to provide them in moderation to avoid overfeeding or potential digestive issues. As a starting point, consider offering rabbit ears with fur to your dog 1-3 times per week, or less frequently if your dog is small or has a sensitive stomach. Fur takes time to work through the system and giving furry rabbit ears too often can lead to intestinal blockages.

Are rabbit ears with fur suitable for puppies?

Yes, rabbit ears with fur can be suitable for puppies. They can serve as a natural and nutritious treat option for young dogs however you should introduce them gradually (maybe even cut them in half). If your puppy hasn't had rabbit ears with fur before, introduce them gradually and watch for any adverse reactions.

At what age can I give rabbit ears with fur to my puppy?

We do not recommend giving furry rabbit ears to puppies under the age of 12 weeks.  This is due to their immature digestive system and the size of your pup.  Fur takes longer to work through the system than other treats, feeding too much or too often could lead to blockages for your puppy.

Are rabbit ears with fur a natural wormer?

There is some belief among dog owners and natural health advocates that feeding rabbit ears with fur can act as a natural dewormer for dogs. The theory is that the fur, which contains tiny hairs, can help dislodge and expel intestinal worms from the dog's digestive tract as the dog chews and swallows the treat (much like an intestinal brush). However, it's essential to understand that there is limited scientific evidence to support the claim that rabbit ears with fur are an effective and reliable natural dewormer for dogs. While some dog owners may have reported anecdotal success with using such treats, it's important to remember that treating and monitoring for intestinal worms in dogs should be approached with care and consideration. Feeding rabbit ears with fur with the belief they are a natural wormer can lead to health implications for your dog as intestinal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms should be monitored regularly. We highly recommend worm counts for owners wanting a more natural and holistic approach to worming their dog.

Are rabbit ears with fur good for dental health?

Yes, rabbit ears with fur can be good for dental health in dogs. Chewing on rabbit ears with fur provides several dental benefits: Plaque and Tartar Removal: The natural chewing action required to consume the treat helps to scrape away plaque and tartar build-up from your dog's teeth. Plaque is a sticky film of bacteria that can accumulate on teeth and lead to dental problems if not removed regularly. By chewing on the fur and cartilage of the rabbit ears, your dog's teeth receive a gentle abrasive action that aids in keeping their teeth cleaner. Gum Stimulation: Chewing on the rabbit ears with fur can stimulate your dog's gums, promoting healthy gum tissue and blood flow. Healthy gums are essential for maintaining strong teeth and preventing gum disease. Saliva Production: The act of chewing encourages saliva production. Saliva contains enzymes that can help break down food particles and harmful bacteria in the mouth, contributing to better oral hygiene.

How many calories are in rabbit ears with fur?

As a general guideline, a single rabbit ear with fur typically contains around 20 to 50 calories. The exact number of calories in rabbit ears with fur will vary based on the size of the treat and the source of the product.

How do I store rabbit ears with fur?

Store your furry rabbit ears in a resealable packet or tub in a cool dry place.  They will last for up to 18 months when stored correctly.