Weekly Mega Sale
25% off Lamb Chewies
From Sunday 12th May to Saturday 18th May
Where: On our website
At our shop: 1-3 Te Roto Drive, Paraparaumu
So, what are Lamb Chewies?
Lamb chewies are nutrient rich lamb weasand. Weasand is another word for oesophagus or gullet. Dried lamb weasands are excellent for dogs with allergies or those already on lamb-based diet.
We even have cat owners buying it for their pets!
Lamb Chewies serve as a chew for small and toy breeds, but more of a jerky-type treat for large breeds. They range in length, but are usually between ten and fifteen inches.
They are 100% natural, with absolutely no additives or preservatives.
In addition to helping to promote good dental health, lamb chewies are high in protein, as well as naturally high in glucosamine, which aids in joint health.
If you want to read more on glucosamine check out my other blog https://www.catsanddogs.co.nz/blog/weekly-special-venison-trachea-mega-sale-25-off-rrp/
Our Lamb Chewies are:
- From New Zealand lambs
- High in protein
- Completely digestible
- Great for cleaning teeth
- Perfect texture for seniors, dogs with sensitive mouths & puppies
- Good for cats that like to chew
- No preservatives or additives
A bit of trivia for you…
- There are over 1 billion sheep in the world.
- China has the largest number of sheep in the world.
- Adult female sheep are known as ewes.
- Adult male sheep are known as rams.
- Castrated adult male sheep are known as wethers.
- A group of sheep is known as a herd, flock or mob.
- Young sheep are called lambs.
- Sheep have a field of vision of around 300 degrees, allowing them to see behind themselves without having to turn their head.
- Sheep are herbivores that eat vegetation such as grass.
- The digestive system of sheep features four chambers which help break down what they eat.
- Sheep like to stay close to others in a herd which makes them easier to move together to new pastures.
- In 1996, a sheep named Dolly was the first mammal to be cloned from a somatic cell.
- Domesticated sheep are raised for a number of agricultural products including fleece and meat.
How many bits of trivia about sheep did you already know?
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