Rollover Beef Stuffed Hooves are all-natural, cleaned beef hooves that are filled with our premium Beef dog food and baked for your dog’s enjoyment. These treats are a good way to satisfy the natural urge to chew, while helping to clean teeth, and dogs love the smell and taste! These 2 packs are a great deal.
Feed as a chew and please always supervise your dog with any treat.
Rollover Plain Hooves contain approximately 3.2 calories/g and the filling has approximately 3.1 calories/g.
Beef hoof with:
Beef Stuffing: Beef (liver, lung, spleen), whole wheat flour, sugar, oat flakes, trace minerals (calcium, manganese, zinc, iron, copper), salt, choline, vitamin supplements (A, D3, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, C), folic acid, biotin
Beef organ meats are considered ‘super foods’ due to their high protein content and nutrient density
Whole Wheat Flour is high in fibre and higher in protein than white flour. It is a healthier alternative when flour is required for a recipe.
Sugar is present in our dog food as a humectant only (prevents mould and bacteria growth). Rollover ensures that the absolute minimum possible is used (safe upper limit is 35%**; Rollover uses approximately 13%) and sugar is easily digested by dogs.
Oat Flakes help to improve and regulate digestion, reduce blood sugar, and help to keep your dog feeling fuller, longer. Oat flakes are high in amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Salt is a critical requirement for all living beings and, as its components are not synthesized by dogs naturally, is required as a supplement in their food. Rollover adds only sufficient salt to ensure your dog has the required amounts of sodium and chloride for optimal health.
Folic Acid helps to digest and utilize proteins, aids in tissue growth and cell function and is necessary for the production of red blood cells and the synthesis of DNA.
Biotin is needed for cell growth and the metabolism of fats and amino acids.
Choline is an essential nutrient that is required for the formation of cell membranes and is also helpful in preventing the formation of a fatty liver.
** National Research Council, Nutrient Requirements of Dogs and Cats, 3rd printing September 2011, pg 73, table 4-9