Lamb Lung Dog Treats

lamb lung dog treats

These treats are light and crispy with an irresistibly tasty meaty flavor, perfect for dogs of all sizes and life stages.

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Lamb lung contains proteins, vitamin C and iron; all essential components for maintaining optimal body functioning in dogs.

Raw meat poses a risk of bacteria-borne illness if not handled appropriately, with drying processes killing many of these organisms but some remaining unaffected.



Lamb lung treats contain plenty of protein – an essential part of any diet – while still being low in fat content, making them an excellent option for pets with sensitive stomachs or allergies.

Drying kills most of the bacteria found in raw meat, however some bacteria may still survive and spread to your dog’s digestive system during feeding time. Therefore it’s a good idea to wash your hands after handling any treats or chews for your pup, and keep an eye out while they snack!

Lamb lung treats contain high protein levels that provide nourishment for our pets; however, too many treats can lead to weight gain, stomach upset, pancreatitis (an inflammation of the pancreas that leads to vomiting and diarrhoea), table scraps should only account for up to 10% of your dog’s diet; they should make up 90% of a balanced and complete meal formulated by a veterinarian.


Lamb lung treats are relatively low in fat content compared to other treats, making them a good option for dogs on reduced-calorie diets and helping prevent potential digestive issues associated with eating too much high-fat food.

These treats are lofty and crispy, making them easy for dogs to chew and digest. Plus, their light flavor makes them popular training treats too! Enjoy them whole or break into smaller pieces as training treats.

Treats made exclusively of lamb protein may be suitable for dogs who are sensitive to beef, as these treats contain only lamb proteins. However, production processes could possibly leave traces of other meats present; severely allergic dogs may not tolerate them.

Treats provide an enjoyable snacking experience without leaving behind a mess, as they don’t drip, stain, or leave any residue behind on furniture. Unfortunately, however, some larger-sized treats could pose choking hazards to dogs who eat quickly or become anxious while snacking.


Drying these treats removes most of their moisture content; however, some still contain small amounts of water which could potentially leave your dog thirsty after snacking on these treats – so always ensure there is access to fresh drinking water nearby!

Sheep lungs contain high concentrations of bacteria present during slaughtering and should only be eaten sparingly to avoid potential infections in both animals and humans. Too much consumption may result in severe food poisoning or sepsis if consumed at once.

These light and crispy lamb lung treats are designed for dogs who find other meats hard to digest. Low in fat and highly digestible, these treats make an excellent daily treat that any size or life stage of dog will love! Additionally, they can be broken up and used as training treats or added to puzzle toys for enrichment – not forgetting they’re naturally hypoallergenic, making them great for dogs with sensitivities to other meats or allergies!


Lamb lung dog treats are packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Their iron content aids red blood cells in carrying oxygen throughout the body while vitamin B12 (cobalamin) contributes to cell function. Furthermore, these treats offer potassium that promotes electrolyte balance for balanced hydration levels in your pup.

These treats are typically composed of air-dried lamb lungs and can be formed into smaller “bites” for treats or longer strips for chewing purposes. As natural treats with no added chemicals found in many commercially available treats and chews, these homemade goodies make an excellent treat.

Sheep organ meat should only be given in moderation as too much can cause an upset stomach and potentially result in choking or intestinal blockage. Furthermore, its caloric intake shouldn’t exceed 10% of their daily food intake from a nutritionally complete and balanced diet designed by a qualified pet nutritionist.