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Kangaroo Liver

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Just like Skippy, our free-range Kangaroo Liver is jumping full of Omega-3 and nourishing vitamins for ultimate doggo health. Roo Liver is nothing but natural Aussie meat and 100% grain free flavour. High in protein and 100% lean for training, there’s nothing like fine dining straight from down-under. 

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About this product

Sustainable Sourcing

Sustainable Sourcing

Kangaroos are farmed under licence to reduce their population and maintain an ecologically stable amount in the wild.

Great for Training

Great for Training

Small and nifty, soft kangaroo liver bits are ideal for training. Break 'em in smaller pieces and these treats will keep your doggo sitting pretty for the new bite.

Single Ingredient

Single Ingredient

Kangaroo Liver is a 100% single ingredient treat, meaning it's all natural — filled with no nasties!


100% Kangaroo Liver

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 80.0%

Crude Fat (Min.) 2.0%

Moisture (Max.) 12.0%

Crude Fibre (Max.) <0.1%

Size and Weight

5cm – 15cm

5g – 20g

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I store this treat?

Kangaroo Liver comes in a resealable bag for freshness. You can store these treats in an air-tight container in a cool, dry place – keep it out of the sunshine.

How do I feed this treat to my dog?

Depending on the size of your dog, you can give them a whole strip of kangaroo liver or break the treat into smaller pieces to feed. Always remember to treat in moderation and supervise your dog when treating.

How is kangaroo liver made?

The raw meat is sourced primarily from Queensland and Victorian butchers. The kangaroo meat is then dried through a slow air dehydration process. Air dehydration removes the water and moisture from the raw meat and adds nothing back in. This natural process locks in the nutrients and a rich, concentrated taste that gradually develops in each single ingredient.