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Gently cooked chicken dog patties are an excellent choice for your furry friend for several reasons. They provide a high-quality source of protein that is essential for maintaining your dog’s health and wellbeing. Chicken is a lean meat that contains all the necessary amino acids that dogs need to build and repair their muscles, bones, and tissues.
Gently cooked chicken dog patties are easy to digest, which makes them an excellent choice for dogs with sensitive stomachs. The gentle cooking process ensures that the chicken is fully cooked, but not overcooked, which preserves its nutritional value and makes it easier for your dog to digest.
The are a convenient and practical option for pet owners who want to feed their dogs healthy, homemade food without spending hours in the kitchen. They are easy to prepare and can be stored in the fridge or freezer for later use.
Our dog patties are free from harmful additives, artificial flavors, and colors, which makes them a safe and healthy option for your dog. By feeding your dog natural, wholesome food, you can help to reduce the risk of health problems and ensure that your furry friend lives a long and healthy life.
Patties can help to improve your dog’s coat and skin health. Chicken contains essential fatty acids that can help to keep your dog’s coat shiny and healthy, while also supporting skin health. It can also help to maintain your dog’s weight and prevent obesity. Chicken is a lean protein source that is low in fat and calories, which makes it an excellent choice for dogs that are overweight or prone to obesity.
Lastly, chicken dog patties can help to improve your dog’s overall health and wellbeing. By providing your dog with a healthy, balanced diet, you can help to ensure that they have the energy and vitality to enjoy life to the fullest.
For best results, Farmly patties come frozen. No need to portion them – just grab a pack from your freezer and let it thaw in the refrigerator. Patties can then be frozen and thawed as necessary. Keeping them frozen preserves all the good stuff and we don’t have to add any preservatives!
After the patties thawed, just grab as many as you need and simply feed your dog. No need for portioning, adding water or any other messy stuff. Consult the feeding guide to learn best practices for keeping your dog healthy.
Our patties tend to be lower in fiber compared to other types of dog food, which can be beneficial for dogs with digestive issues or sensitive stomachs.
Our patties are rich in vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, and B vitamins, which are important for maintaining good health in dogs.
Deboned Chicken (muscle and organ meat), Fresh eggs, Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Carrots, Rolled Oats, Water, Oat Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Spelt Flour, Organic Barley Flour, Canola Oil, Marjoram, Carob Powder, Parsley, Ginger, Rosemary, Torula Yeast, Lecithin, Kelp, ground egg shells
Gently cooking dog patties is a healthy option as it can help to improve the digestibility of the food and enhance the availability of nutrients for your dog.
Cooking meat can make it easier to digest by breaking down the proteins and reducing the amount of bacteria that may be present.
Dog patties are highly palatable due to their rich aroma, texture, and taste. Many dogs are drawn to the smell and flavor of meat, making dog patties a desirable food option for them. The texture of dog patties can also be appealing to dogs, as it mimics the texture of fresh meat.
Yes! Our patties are made from localy sourced food! This means you support local farmers and small businesses while reducing the energy required to transport food long distances.
Additionally, our patties contain fewer additives and preservatives than processed foods, which can benefit your dog’s health by reducing their exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.
Cooked patties are easier to feed to dogs than raw patties because they are less messy and more convenient to handle. Raw patties can be difficult to handle and can potentially contain harmful bacteria, making them less convenient to prepare and serve. Cooked patties, on the other hand, are less likely to cause a mess and can be easily portioned out for each feeding.
Additionally, cooked patties can be prepared in advance and stored in the refrigerator or freezer, making it easy to have a supply of ready-to-serve meals for your dog.