Kidney Bean Bites
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*You may want to talk to your Vet first regarding how much to feed your pet*
All packages are delivered frozen. Please allow 24 hours to thaw. Keep refrigerated for 3 to 4 days, or keep frozen for up to 3 months. Reheat in microwave for 20 seconds if thawed or 5 minutes at 250 in toaster oven. Ideal for active adult dogs, or adult dogs that need to put on weight.
Ingredients: Kidney Beans, brown rice, apple, Egg, carrot, celery, butternut squash, vegetable oil. 40 Calories per ounce
• No preservatives of any kind.
• No growth hormones.
• No BHA.
• No BHT.
• No LFBT. (you know this as “pink slime”)
• No artificial coloring.
• All packaging BPA free.
Up to 25lbs= 2 muffin
25lbs-50lbs= 4 muffins
50lbs-75lbs= 5 muffins
75lbs-100lbs= 6 muffins
100lbs+= 7 muffins
The Benefits of Kidney Beans to DogsKidney beans boast high amounts of vitamins and minerals. Below are just some of the reasons why your pup should be snacking beans once in a while:
- They are a great source of protein. Animal-based products are not the only source of protein for dogs. You can also count on plant-based protein because the source of the nutrient does not really matter. What’s important is that your pet absorbs the adequate amount of the amino acid.
- They are virtually low in fat and sugar. Kidney beans will be a wholesome treat to canines suffering from diabetes. Aside from being low-sugar treats, kidney beans are also capable of stabilizing the levels of sugar in the blood.
- They can lower cholesterol. Like humans, dogs can also suffer from high cholesterol. The excessive amounts of cholesterol could lead to heart disease. If you want to control your pet’s cholesterol levels, it would help to give him plant sterols and stanols. Beans are among the foods that can provide them and they are very helpful in blocking the cholesterol that tries to get in the body.
- They are good for digestion. As with any other beans, kidney beans are known for their high fiber content. The dietary fiber in kidney beans makes them ideal for maintaining a healthy gut.
- Kidney beans are loaded with antioxidants. These beans are sometimes called the cancer-fighting beans, thanks to their antioxidant content. Because of this, your dog could also have a stronger immunity.
Eggs Eggs are a great source of nutrition for dogs. One large chicken egg contains six grams of healthy protein and five grams of fat. Most of the fat in the egg is contained in the yolk. If your dog is overweight, using several whites and only one or two yolks can help bring down the level of fat and calories.
Brown Rice Brown rice is full of natural fiber, which helps a dog's digestion. It is also an excellent source of carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Specifically, vitamins D and B — essential to heart health -- are found in brown rice.
Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Calcium, Potassium, Fiber, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, Antioxidants
It is rich in Vitamins, A, C and K. It is also rich in fiber besides being a versatile vegetable for humans.
For one, celery contains phytonutrient antioxidants which is good for arthritis. Another benefit is the fiber (both soluble and insoluble). This may prevent diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis and many other diseases. FYI: Celery can also help lower your dog’s blood pressure!
Carrots 100% yes, your dog can eat carrots. Let’s start with all the benefits.
- Rich in beta-carotene which leads to improved skin and coat
- High-fiber helps to solidify your dog’s stools, holy Cow!
- Low-calories & low-fat
- Full of antioxidants to help your pup’s systems
- Don’t forget, improved vision for your dog
- Chewing on carrots can help your dog’s teet
- Calorie Content Per KG
- ME as fed (kcals) 1517
- Crude Protein (min) 8.5%
- Crude Fat (min) 7%
- Crude Fiber (max) 1.5%
- Moisture (max) 75%
- Calcium: Phosphorus Ratio 1.3:1
- Omega 6: Omega 3 Ratio 5:1