Gizzard is the muscle in the stomach of the chicken, which helps in breaking down their food particles. Other than being high in protein, zinc, vitamin B12 and iron, it also has glucosamine (recommended for dogs with arthritis and hip dysplasia) and cartilage. All these facts helps the gizzard get to the top for being the most nutritious part of a chicken. We've saved the best news for the last... Gizzard is also low in fat while being high on all other nutrition. So if your dog is on a diet, no better way to treat them right, while on a diet.
Basic thumb rule for any organ meat, is as below:
As treats - 5% of your dog's daily diet, can be organ meat, in weight.
As muscle meat replacement - 10% to 20% of your dog's daily diet, can be organ meat, in weight.
Hungry Eyes Liver Treats recommendation:
Small dog: Upto 6 pieces per day
Medium dog: Upto 10 pieces a day
Large dog: Upto 18 pieces a day
If your canines is new to organ treats, give a few pieces of treats, 3-4 times a week and gradually increase the quantity to the afore-mentioned recommendations.
Our treats needs to be refrigerated.
They stay fresh for 15 days from date of cooking.
You may serve directly from the refrigerator .
No heating up required.
Keeping the container dry & using only dry hands to handle the treats are recommended.