Post ADD On Item

Dried Rabbit Ears with Fur 500g Bag *POST Add on Item

£16.50
(Inc. 20% VAT)
(£13.75 Exc. VAT)
(23 Reviews)
5 in stock
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Model
DRY-POST-RE500
Bar Code
665275789786
Part Number
RE500
This product is for:
Home Delivery
Weight
500 g

Available to purchase from our on-site shop or you can add this item to your frozen dog/cat food order. Unfortunately we are unable to post this item on it's own. We can fit up to 4 of these in with each 10kgs of frozen dog food

We can fit up to 2 bags of frozen fish in with each 10kgs of mince, or 2 medium sized add on items at no extra cost.

Information

Hairy Rabbit Ears are a fantastic chew alternative to pigs and cows ears, especially for our smaller dogs! The addition of the fur is a good source of fibre, and acts as a natural wormer!

Features and Benefits:

Feeding Instructions

Feed supervised as part of a balanced diet. Ensure clean, fresh water is always available.

    Count: approximately

    • 30-35pcs/500g bag
    100% Rabbit
    Protein 52.2%, Fat 21.3%, Fibre 0.1%, Ash 17%
    Customer Reviews (23)
    Write a Review and share your opinions!
    23 Reviews:

    Go natural
    Rating:
    19 October 2023  | 

    Did u know dried rabbit ears with fur on are a great low calorie treat and they also act as a natural wormer for dogs if given once a wk from 6mths old.
    My 5mth old puppy loves them...x


    Just The Best!
    Rating:
    08 May 2023  | 

    Best rabbit ears I have ever bought. Tried another product recently and they were just so smelly but They Love It products are the ones that I will always use. 5* from me.


    Rabbit Ears
    Rating:
    26 March 2023  | 

    My GSD loves these little furry treats!. Great product.


    Great
    Rating:
    15 March 2023  | 

    Just Great


    Great natural wormer!
    Rating:
    12 February 2023  | 

    My dog loves these rabbit ears, excellent natural wormer.


    Gone in 60 seconds
    Rating:
    10 December 2022  | 

    My dog Panda loves these. His tails does helicopters when I go to the cupboard


    Rabbit ears
    Rating:
    16 October 2022  | 

    Rather expensive so only bought rarely - dogs get natural worm stuff every day
    Smell a bit even frozen so glad I donít hv them in my freezer.
    Dogs Lov them


    Response:

    Hi Wendy. I'm a bit confused as our Rabbit ears are half the price of anywhere online. Also they should not be frozen, they are a dried product and should be kept cool by dry.


    Rabbit ears
    Rating:
    05 September 2022  | 

    As always all my dogs love them!! Thank you they love it


    Love it
    Rating:
    04 September 2022  | 

    My dogs love it. Perfect quality....no bleached, 100%natural treats which are eaten in sec


    Good value for money
    Rating:
    16 July 2022  | 

    My dog loves these ears, they donít last more than 30 seconds! I give them regularly for natural deworming and as a treat. The product is great value for money and good quality


    Read all 23 customer reviews...

    Feeding Guide

    The table below will give you a guide of how much to feed your dog per day

    THEY LOVE IT
    Raw Feeding Guide
                     
    Weight in kgs Puppy (8 weeks -
    1 year)
      Maintain Weight   Lose Weight   Gain Weight  
    Feed 5.5% of
    bodyweight per day
     Feed 2.5% of
    bodyweight per day

    Feed 2% of
    bodyweight per day

    Feed 4% of
    bodyweight per day
    1 55 g 25 g 20 g 40 g
    1.5 82.5 g 37.5 g 30 g 60 g
    2 110 g 50 g 40 g 80 g
    2.5 137.5 g 62.5 g 50 g 100 g
    3 165 g 75 g 60 g 120 g
    3.5 192.5 g 87.5 g 70 g 140 g
    4 220 g 100 g 80 g 160 g
    4.5 247.5 g 112.5 g 90 g 180 g
    5 275 g 125 g 100 g 200 g
    5.5 302.5 g 137.5 g 110 g 220 g
    6 330 g 150 g 120 g 240 g
    6.5 357.5 g 162.5 g 130 g 260 g
    7 385 g 175 g 140 g 280 g
    7.5 412.5 g 187.5 g 150 g 300 g
    8 440 g 200 g 160 g 320 g
    8.5 467.5 g 212.5 g 170 g 340 g
    9 495 g 225 g 180 g 360 g
    9.5 522.5 g 237.5 g 190 g 380 g
    10 550 g 250 g 200 g 400 g
    10.5 577.5 g 262.5 g 210 g 420 g
    11 605 g 275 g 220 g 440 g
    11.5 632.5 g 287.5 g 230 g 460 g
    12 660 g 300 g 240 g 480 g
    12.5 687.5 g 312.5 g 250 g 500 g
    13 715 g 325 g 260 g 520 g
    13.5 742.5 g 337.5 g 270 g 540 g
    14 770 g 350 g 280 g 560 g
    14.5 797.5 g 362.5 g 290 g 580 g
    15 825 g 375 g 300 g 600 g
    15.5 852.5 g 387.5 g 310 g 620 g
    16 880 g 400 g 320 g 640 g
    16.5 907.5 g 412.5 g 330 g 660 g
    17 935 g 425 g 340 g 680 g
    17.5 962.5 g 437.5 g 350 g 700 g
    18 990 g 450 g 360 g 720 g
    18.5 1017.5 g 462.5 g 370 g 740 g
    19 1045 g 475 g 380 g 760 g
    19.5 1072.5 g 487.5 g 390 g 780 g
    20 1100 g 500 g 400 g 800 g
    20.5 1127.5 g 512.5 g 410 g 820 g
    21 1155 g 525 g 420 g 840 g
    21.5 1182.5 g 537.5 g 430 g 860 g
    22 1210 g 550 g 440 g 880 g
    22.5 1237.5 g 562.5 g 450 g 900 g
    23 1265 g 575 g 460 g 920 g
    23.5 1292.5 g 587.5 g 470 g 940 g
    24 1320 g 600 g 480 g 960 g
    24.5 1347.5 g 612.5 g 490 g 980 g
    25 1375 g 625 g 500 g 1000 g
    25.5 1402.5 g 637.5 g 510 g 1020 g
    26 1430 g 650 g 520 g 1040 g
    26.5 1457.5 g 662.5 g 530 g 1060 g
    27 1485 g 675 g 540 g 1080 g
    27.5 1512.5 g 687.5 g 550 g 1100 g
    28 1540 g 700 g 560 g 1120 g
    28.5 1567.5 g 712.5 g 570 g 1140 g
    29 1595 g 725 g 580 g 1160 g
    29.5 1622.5 g 737.5 g 590 g 1180 g
    30 1650 g 750 g 600 g 1200 g
    30.5 1677.5 g 762.5 g 610 g 1220 g
    31 1705 g 775 g 620 g 1240 g
    31.5 1732.5 g 787.5 g 630 g 1260 g
    32 1760 g 800 g 640 g 1280 g
    32.5 1787.5 g 812.5 g 650 g 1300 g
    33 1815 g 825 g 660 g 1320 g
    33.5 1842.5 g 837.5 g 670 g 1340 g
    34 1870 g 850 g 680 g 1360 g
    34.5 1897.5 g 862.5 g 690 g 1380 g
    35 1925 g 875 g 700 g 1400 g
    35.5 1952.5 g 887.5 g 710 g 1420 g
    36 1980 g 900 g 720 g 1440 g
    36.5 2007.5 g 912.5 g 730 g 1460 g
    37 2035 g 925 g 740 g 1480 g
    37.5 2062.5 g 937.5 g 750 g 1500 g
    38 2090 g 950 g 760 g 1520 g
    38.5 2117.5 g 962.5 g 770 g 1540 g
    39 2145 g 975 g 780 g 1560 g
    39.5 2172.5 g 987.5 g 790 g 1580 g
    40 2200 g 1000 g 800 g 1600 g
    40.5 2227.5 g 1012.5 g 810 g 1620 g
    41 2255 g 1025 g 820 g 1640 g
    41.5 2282.5 g 1037.5 g 830 g 1660 g
    42 2310 g 1050 g 840 g 1680 g
    42.5 2337.5 g 1062.5 g 850 g 1700 g
    43 2365 g 1075 g 860 g 1720 g
    43.5 2392.5 g 1087.5 g 870 g 1740 g
    44 2420 g 1100 g 880 g 1760 g
    44.5 2447.5 g 1112.5 g 890 g 1780 g
    45 2475 g 1125 g 900 g 1800 g
    45.5 2502.5 g 1137.5 g 910 g 1820 g
    46 2530 g 1150 g 920 g 1840 g
    46.5 2557.5 g 1162.5 g 930 g 1860 g
    47 2585 g 1175 g 940 g 1880 g
    47.5 2612.5 g 1187.5 g 950 g 1900 g
    48 2640 g 1200 g 960 g 1920 g
    48.5 2667.5 g 1212.5 g 970 g 1940 g
    49 2695 g 1225 g 980 g 1960 g
    49.5 2722.5 g 1237.5 g 990 g 1980 g
    50 2750 g 1250 g 1000 g 2000 g
    50.5 2777.5 g 1262.5 g 1010 g 2020 g
    51 2805 g 1275 g 1020 g 2040 g
    51.5 2832.5 g 1287.5 g 1030 g 2060 g
    52 2860 g 1300 g 1040 g 2080 g
    52.5 2887.5 g 1312.5 g 1050 g 2100 g
    53 2915 g 1325 g 1060 g 2120 g
    53.5 2942.5 g 1337.5 g 1070 g 2140 g
    54 2970 g 1350 g 1080 g 2160 g
    54.5 2997.5 g 1362.5 g 1090 g 2180 g
    55 3025 g 1375 g 1100 g 2200 g
    55.5 3052.5 g 1387.5 g 1110 g 2220 g
    56 3080 g 1400 g 1120 g 2240 g
    56.5 3107.5 g 1412.5 g 1130 g 2260 g
    57 3135 g 1425 g 1140 g 2280 g
    57.5 3162.5 g 1437.5 g 1150 g 2300 g
    58 3190 g 1450 g 1160 g 2320 g
    58.5 3217.5 g 1462.5 g 1170 g 2340 g
    59 3245 g 1475 g 1180 g 2360 g
    59.5 3272.5 g 1487.5 g 1190 g 2380 g
    60 3300 g 1500 g 1200 g 2400 g
    60.5 3327.5 g 1512.5 g 1210 g 2420 g
    61 3355 g 1525 g 1220 g 2440 g
    61.5 3382.5 g 1537.5 g 1230 g 2460 g
    62 3410 g 1550 g 1240 g 2480 g
    62.5 3437.5 g 1562.5 g 1250 g 2500 g
     


    Puppies are fed a larger amount of food over 2 or 3 meals per day.


    Your dogs age, health and other factors like the summer / winter and levels of activity will affect their food intake so keep an eye on their feeding and adjust as needed.

    You should be able to feel your dogs ribs when running your hand along their side and they should have a waist.


    It's better to weigh the food or use a measure instead of guessing the weight, as it’s easy to over feed.

    Always feed under supervision
    Always ensure fresh drinking water is available

     

    Vitamins and Minerals

    Vitamins and Minerals present in the components of a Raw Diet

    Organic, free range or wild caught will always contain more of these nutrients, but here is a handy list for your reference.

    Vitamin A (Retinol): tripe, chicken, duck, pork, egg, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardines, liver, kidney, brain, tuna

    Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): tripe, liver, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): tripe, liver, heart, kidney, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin B3 (Niacin): tripe, rabbit, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, goat,  egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine, tuna

    Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid): tripe, liver, heart, kidney, rabbit, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): tripe, liver, heart, kidney, rabbit, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid): tripe, liver, rabbit, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, goat,  egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin B12 (cobalt/choline): tripe, liver, heart, kidney, rabbit, chicken, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Vitamin C: tripe, liver, kidney, heart, fish

    Vitamin D: tripe, egg, sardine, liver, kidney, salmon, tuna

    Vitamin E:  tripe, egg, halibut, haddock, sardine, kidney, liver, brain

    Vitamin K: egg, halibut, haddock, sardine, liver

    Calcium: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat,  egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Chlorine: egg, salmon, tuna

    Copper: tripe,chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Iodine: salmon, haddock, seafood, egg

    Iron: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Magnesium: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Manganese: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, goat, ostrich, buffalo, egg, beef, salmon, haddock, halibut, sardine

    Phosphorus: tripe, rabbit, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Potassium: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Selenium: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat,  egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    Zinc: tripe, rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey, pork, lamb, goat, ostrich, buffalo, egg, beef, salmon, halibut, haddock, sardine

    *If a specific organ is not listed, the nutrient is present in the flesh of the animal listed and calcium is also contained in all bones *

    User Guide

    Below is a simple guide for people feeding raw food to their dog. This is not set in stone should be used only as a rough guide:

     
    Each and every dog is different and what works with one dog may not work with another, even if they are the same breed and age.
    There are many raw feeding Facebook groups in which people will answer your questions and offer advice.

    Do your research and make notes on how it affects your dog, it'll take a bit of time before you work out a feeding plan for your dog.

    Never cook or warm anything with bones in (Mince, wings, necks, carcasses etc)
    Raw chicken bones are soft and will easily be chewed up by your dog.
    As soon as they are cooked or even warmed they will start to harden and this can be dangerous.

    One common mistake is feeding too much, it can be very deceiving and the appropriate amount usually looks like it's not enough. Never mix dry or cooked food with raw.
    Pick an amount of food to feed and stick to this for a few weeks one of three things will happen:

    1) Your dog will gain weight.
    2) Your dog will lose weight.
    3) Your dogs weight will stay the same.

    If you look at our feeding guide we have given you a simple sum based on your dogs current weight and what you want them to do I.E lose or gain weight.This sum is a good starting point but every dog is very different in their food needs.
     
    This amount of food will change throughout the year, during the hotter month dogs tend to eat less than during the winter months.
    Keep an eye on your dog’s weight and adjust the food from there.
    9 times out of 10 it’s not the amount of food that affects a dog’s weight its all the treats and titbits over the course of a day or week that you may not keep track of.


    Don't Panic

    Your dog will take some time to fully adjust to it's new diet, give them time and you will see the results of the change.

    Take things slowly with introducing new food sources. Each dog is different but rushing things is one of the main reasons people feel their dog cannot cope with raw.

    Aim to feed a balanced diet and include a mix of seasonal foods as time passes but not all at once.

    Supervise feeding. We would recommend this to all people.
    Follow basic kitchen health practices. Wash hands, wipe surfaces etc, sensible hygiene is always necessary when handling raw meat.

    "They Love It" is 100% raw minced chicken, because of this you need to follow these guidelines to ensure the safe handling and use of this product.

    When your food turns up, put it into your freezer as soon as possible.
    To defrost ready for use we recommend removing the required amount from the freezer and leaving in a covered dish or other leak proof container, ideally in the fridge to defrost, if you are leaving the food on the counter top to defrost only leave out until the surface frost has melted and then place back into the fridge for the rest of the thawing.
    Store at between 0°c and 4°c and use within 3 days.

    If defrosting or placing in fridge make sure it's on a plate to catch drippings and place on the bottom shelf in case any blood drips and ensure it is fully defrosted before serving.

    We do not recommend leaving the food out on the side for long periods of time to defrost as depending on the temperature within your room / house it could allow the food to go off.
    It's best to think ahead and defrost the food in your fridge for safety.
    If your dog is leaving food you may need to lessen the amount you are feeding.

    All the tubs, spoons food bowls etc are washed in warm soapy water and hands are also kept clean before and after handling food and feeding.


     

     
     
     
    If you have any other questions please email us:
    orders@theyloveit.co.uk

    Always feed under supervision
    Always ensure fresh drinking water
    is available