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Atlas & Tail Rabbit Pate

4.999.99

Made from the highest quality fresh Rabbit, Atlas and Tail’s Rabbit Pate is ideally suited to both dogs and cats. It’s completely natural, highly nutritious and thanks to its slightly firmer texture, it has a multitude of uses.

What can Rabbit Pate be used for?

  • Dice the pate into pieces and use it as a high-reward training treat.
    Avoid the hassle of chopping with a knife, check out the training treat chopper, making life that bit easier.
  • Feed it as a complete food for your cat or dog.
  • Put it inside of your dog’s kong or apply it onto their lick mat.
  • Use it as a food topper to entice their appetite.
  • Bring it on holidays as a shelf-stable alternative to raw feeding.
  • Use it as a single source of protein as part of an elimination diet.

 

Composition of Atlas and Tail Rabbit Pate:

97% Rabbit, 3% Tapioca
Vitamin A: 4,400 IU/Kg, vitamin D3 300 IU/Kg, vitamin E 48 mg/Kg. 

What is tapioca? Tapioca is a highly digestible starch extracted from the cassava plant. It works as a binding agent which gives our pates their unique texture. Tapioca is grain and gluten-free.

Nutritional Analysis: 
Moisture 64.20%,
Protein 17.30%,
Fat 10.70%,
Ash 2.70%

Feeding Guidelines:

Feeding guidelines are based on using our pate as a complete feed. If using it as a complimentary feed, reduce your pet’s main meal accordingly to avoid overfeeding.

Adult Dogs & Cats: 20 – 30 grams per kg
Puppies & Kittens: 30 – 50 grams per kg

Suitable for puppies over 4 weeks of age.

Store in a cool, dry place. Once open, keep refrigerated and use within 3 days. Suitable for freezing.