What Offal Can Dogs Eat

Offal doesn’t always receive the nicest press, likely because it contains animal parts that people today tend to avoid eating. Moreover, some of it is quite clumsy. Offal, as opposed to muscle meat, is much more nutrient-dense when it comes to our woofs. For good reason, we incorporate it into all of the primary Benyfit Natural raw dog food recipes. The benefits for your dogs are as follows.

Offal, despite having a bad sound, refers to animal organ meat. It consists of the liver, kidneys, heart, tongue, cheek, stomach, pancreas, and spleen among other organs. Because it is relatively cheap but packed with nutrients, offal used to be a staple in our diet. Thoughts of haggis and black pudding also come to mind when thinking about several organs that still appear on our dinner tables, particularly the liver and kidneys. However, some of the less ‘popular’ organs have been relegated to dog food or rubbish.

The most nutrient-dense meal on the earth and the leader of the offal gang is liver. It includes, among other things, vitamin A, riboflavin, copper, iron, folate, vitamin B12 (nearly 3500% of a person’s recommended daily intake), and vitamin A. It is a fantastic source of protein as well. All of this promotes the production of red blood cells, supports organ function, regulates metabolism, and keeps your dog robust and healthy. Only modest amounts should be administered due to its high vitamin A content, which when consumed in excess can be hazardous. No more than 5% of the liver is used in our recipes.

Along with vitamins A, C, and B6, riboflavin, and niacin, vitamin B12 is one of the team’s key players. It also contains a lot of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Because kidney has less vitamin A than liver, dogs can consume more of it. Excellent for reducing inflammation, kidney is also beneficial for a healthy heart.

The heart benefits from eating heart. The combination of folate, iron, zinc, and selenium, together with the B vitamins B2, B6, and B12, protects the heart from illness. Your dog’s heart beats continually, therefore maintaining top health is crucial.