Does your dog get bored of the same old chicken and beef offerings? It might be time to spice up your dog’s diet with some exotic meat treats and foods. For one thing, because they haven’t been exposed to this novel proteins, dogs are less likely to be sensitive to them. For another thing, they’re just healthy. Here are 13 meats full of lean protein that will help your dog take a walk on the wild side.
These treats have alligator and catfish in them for some healthy, grain-free Louisiana protein.
This free-range, grass fed kangaroo meat is good for dogs because it’s rich in iron, zinc, and vitamins.
This goat meat recipe is grain free and claims to be a good solution for finicky eaters.
This chew is a pork hide wrapped in duck, for a flavor and texture combination that’s good for teeth and gums! For breath? The jury’s still out.
These patties are full of vitamins and minerals, plus are a great option for any English breed (or any dog who’s up for feeling fancy and phenomenal).
Help your dog get in touch with his wild side, without the mess.
Perfect for dogs who like to jump!
These have Omega 3s and fatty acids. Do they stink? According to one Amazon review, “The smell so bad, the dogs looked at me like I was crazy the first time I offered one to them. But after they got over the initial shock, these have become their favorite treat.”
These treats have Omega 3 & 6 so your dog won’t be burying his head in the sand.
10. Chicken Feet
Is feet a meat? If so, that’s neat.
Turkey isn’t that odd, but marrow is unique. These are grain-free and made with premium ingredients. Only the good marrow.
These are full of lean protein and gluten-free!
These treats come in “a variety of exotic ingredients” like Bison & Pumpkin, Trout & Pomegranate, and Wild Boar & Cherry. You won’t have to imagine what they taste like–they’re for dogs!
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