- Pasture Raised, Hormone Free & Novel protein.
- Nutrient dense with bone, cartilage, meat and vital organs
- Suited for medium to large type dogs.
*Price increase is due to the shortage of Turkey Head (Organic) in the market.
Remember the saying "don't judge a book by its cover"? Well, we've got to use it here! Turkey heads are a tough sell based on looks, BUT if you're after premium super food nutrients for your dog you just can't go past these.
Chunky with meat, bone, vital organs such as tongue, brain and eyes really rate this high as a superfood snack. They provide a great chunky meal and you're dog will LOVE you for getting past the yuk factor. Our turkeys are free ranged and hormone free and are a completely different nutrition level than factory farmed.
When it comes to providing a nutritionally balanced diet for your dog, turkey heads can be an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals. Turkey head is the whole head of the bird – including its brains, tongue, eyes, and other organs – all of which are edible for dogs. While not the most common option on pet store shelves, raw or turkey heads offer a variety of health benefits that should put them on the your raw feeding list.
Turkey heads provide your dog with essential proteins and fats from their muscle meat and organ tissues. They also contain high levels of fatty acids that help promote a healthy skin and coat as well as good joint health. Turkey heads are also rich in B vitamins like B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), and B12 (cobalamin) which help support nerve function, energy metabolism and a strong immune system. In addition to these essential nutrients, turkey heads also contain magnesium, zinc, iron, phosphorus and calcium which aid in overall bone health.
For pet owners looking to feed their pup a raw food diet such as BARF (Bones And Raw Food) or Prey Model Raw diets – turkey heads can be an excellent addition to their pup’s regular meal plan. Not only are turkey heads full of important nutrients for dogs but they provide variety to their diet as well! And because they are low in calories compared to other meats – they make a great snack or reward for any pup!