Carob or locust tree beans are unique beans that grow in the Mediterranean region only. This unique fruit was even mentioned in the Bible because of their extraordinary nutritious properties. Carob is rich in B vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium and other minerals. Because of their sweet taste locust beans seem to be the favorite of all pets.
Dandelion root is not only the best-loved treat for all home pets but also a useful addition to the diet. While grinding down its teeth, your darling will get calcium and other minerals contained in the roots. What’s more, dandelion roots accumulate inulin — liver protecting element.
This treat is produced by means of high-tech drying which allows to preserve all useful ingredients. Dandelions are gathered in the ecologically safe area.
Dried fruits, it’s much more than a simple gourmet dish for home pets. Bananas are a highly nutritious product rich in potassium. Pineapples contain large amounts of carotene, vitamins A and C, different B vitamins, magnesium, chlorine, and iodine. Raisin is rich in mineral salts, organic acids and vitamins
Insect mix is a delicious and nutritious complementary feed for omnivorous rodents and besides a valuable source of macro- & micronutrients. The mix is perfectly balanced and includes dried silkworm pupae, black soldier fly pupae, mealworms and crickets.
Due to the included insects this snack is a great source of animal protein needed in the diet of omnivorous rodents and contains essential fatty acids, which beneficially affect the pet’s skin and coat condition. Besides, the Insect mix enriches the pet’s diet with calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, needed for healthy teeth and bones, and by containing chitin it can positively affect the digestive process.
Dried mealworms are the perfect nutritious complementary feed for omnivorous rodents. It’s not only their favorite snack, but also a valuable source of needed animal protein. Adding mealworms will help to diversify and enrich pet’s diet.