Your doggo will go quackers over these Duck and Coconut balls!
Made using 100% Australian Duck !
Duck is rich in iron and it provides dogs with a lean, easy-to-digest protein source. Duck is also a great source of amino acids, which helps to support strong muscles.
Duck is recommended for dogs suffering from food sensitivities or food allergies. Some dogs are allergic to chicken or beef in products, so switching to a more novel protein like duck may help alleviate gastrointestinal upset or skin irritation.
The overall fat content of duck is quite low, and this is even more so if it is cooked and consumed without its skin ..no skin un these balls ! . If cooked in the same way, skinless duck breast has less fat than chicken breast.
In fact, for a 10 gram portion, skinless duck breast has only 2 grams of total fat, with 0.5 grams being saturated fat. This is significantly less than 10grams of skinless chicken breast which has a 3 grams of total fat, with 1 gram being saturated fat.
A Cooling Food
Duck is considered a ‘Yin’ food in Chinese medicine. From the Yin and Yang of traditional Chinese medicine, ‘Yin’ refers to cooling, calming, quiet, and passive behavior. On the other hand, ‘Yang’ is represented by inflammation, heatiness, and aggressive behavior. Because of this, duck is recommended by holistic veterinarians to keep inflammatory conditions, including arthritis, cancer and allergies at bay.