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Hypo-Allergenic Dog Food - Lower Carbon Footprint

Rabbit - 2 lb. containers

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Rabbit is a frozen ground raw food which comes in 1 lb. & 2lb. containers and 5 lb. tubes.

Rabbit is shipped in 8, 12, 24 or 45 lb. boxes fresh to your door.

You can Mix & Match Rabbit with any of our other ground mixes.
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Ingredients: Rabbit Meat, Rabbit Liver, Rabbit Heart, Rabbit Bone

Typically contains:

  • Protein (MIN) 21.8%
  • Fat (MIN) 4.5%
  • Ash (MAX) 1.5%
  • Moisture (MAX) 28%

Rabbit as a Novel Protein

Rabbit is incredibly useful as a novel protein in a raw dog food diet and allergy testing. Its rarity in most dog diets makes it an excellent choice for dogs with allergies, aiding in pinpointing problematic proteins. Plus, dogs often find its taste irresistible.

Need a Custom Shipping Package?

If you need help creating a custom frozen shipping package, please call 1-800-354-4216. We can usually create a mix of frozen sizes, milks & bones to suit your needs and use the most economic packaging for your specific mix of products.

Farm Fresh Sourcing & Paw-some Processing

Our rabbit source is a testament to both proximity and quality. Sourced from rabbit breeders in close proximity to our plant, freshness is paramount. Typically, the rabbits arrive on the day of processing, allowing us to grind them into our raw ground mix promptly if the quantity justifies a run.

If we opt to hold the rabbit for future processing, it's swiftly placed in the freezer to preserve its quality. Rabbit, though exceptional, can be more limited in availability due to the sporadic nature of sourcing. Our commitment to quality ensures that your pet receives the finest product, even if it's occasionally elusive.

Rabbit Pairs Well with Veggies

Balance & Nutrients Prevail in Veggies

Veggies pair well with rabbit in a raw dog food diet by providing essential vitamins and minerals while adding variety to your pet's meals. Rabbit meat is lean and protein-rich, and veggies complement it by supplying fiber, antioxidants, and micronutrients. This combination ensures a balanced and nutritious meal for your dog.

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  • Love the Option

    "I love the option of having a rabbit meal for my dogs. It adds variety to their diet, and they seem to really enjoy it. Great product!" - Joan M.

  • Crowd Pleaser

    "The rabbit is a real crowd pleaser in our house. All three dogs think mealtime is better with your rabbit mix. It's a hit!" - Sheryl B.

  • He can eat Rabbit

    "Our dog has so many allergies he can't eat much of anything. But your rabbit is something he can eat, and he enjoys every bite. It's such a good option for us!" - Ellie C.


Frequently Barked Questions

Is rabbit a suitable protein source for dogs?

Absolutely, rabbit is an excellent protein source for dogs. It's highly digestible and hypoallergenic, making it ideal for dogs with food sensitivities. Rabbit meat is lean yet rich in nutrients like protein, vitamins, and minerals, promoting overall health. Plus, it offers a novel protein option for allergy-prone dogs.

Are there any potential allergies or sensitivities to rabbit meat in dogs?

While rabbit is considered a hypoallergenic protein source for dogs, it's important to note that individual dogs can have sensitivities or allergies to any type of meat, including rabbit. However, compared to more common proteins like chicken or beef, rabbit is less likely to trigger allergies in most dogs. Our rabbit mix is great for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies, but as with any new food, it's wise to introduce it gradually and monitor your dog for any adverse reactions.

Can I mix proteins when feeding raw food?

Absolutely, you can mix proteins in your dog's raw food diet. It mimics their natural diet variety. Different proteins offer various nutrients, promoting optimal health. Just ensure balanced ratios and gradual transitions for digestion.

Are there cost considerations with raw diets?

Certainly, cost considerations exist with raw diets, but they vary. While raw ingredients can be pricier upfront, potential long-term savings come from reduced vet bills due to improved health. Balancing costs while providing high-quality nutrition is key for your pet's well-being.