Stuffed Goat Horn
Stuffed Goat Horn

Stuffed Goat Horn

$19.99

We've helped your doggo out with this natural dental treat but filling it up for them (and for you!) Stuffed Goat Horns feature all the quintessential benefits like healthy Keratin protein building blocks for skin and coat as well as B vitamins for all-round health from the Roo inside. This treat will inspire any doggo to get down and dirty to bust plaque, as well as keep them occupied for hours as they dig for meaty gold.

Wanna try stuffing 'em yourself with your doggo's favourites? Try a Goat Horn out!

The Benefits
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The Benefits

Promotes Dental Health

Keep your dog's smile selfie-ready — regular chewing can help reduce plaque and scrape away tartar build-up.

Promotes Dental Health

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Keep your dog's smile selfie-ready — regular chewing can help reduce plaque and scrape away tartar build-up.

Sustainable Sourcing

We don't waste. We minimise waste and reduce the strain already put on natural ecosystems.

Sustainable Sourcing

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We don't waste. We minimise waste and reduce the strain already put on natural ecosystems.

Long Lasting Chew

Goat Horns are one of the best occupy treats, especially for strong chewers, as they work to relieve stress and boredom.

Long Lasting Chew

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Goat Horns are one of the best occupy treats, especially for strong chewers, as they work to relieve stress and boredom.

What's in the box?

Ingredients

100% Goat Horn, 100% Kangaroo Mince, Vinegar

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 89.9%, Crude Fat (Min.) 1.3%, Crude Fibre (Max.) 5.7%, Moisture (Max.) 9.6%

Size

140g - 180g

22cm - 26cm

Country of Origin

Australia

FAQs

How to feed, store and more

How should I store Stuffed Goat Horns?

Stuffed Goat Horns can be stored in a resealable bag for freshness, an air-tight container in a cool, dry place or the fridge.

How should I feed my dog goat horns?

We suggest giving them our goat treats for up to 30 minutes a day, supervised and removing any small pieces.

Can I give my puppy a goat horn?

Puppies should steer clear from goat horns until they’ve graduated to adult teeth. The tough consistency of goat horns means they might risk breaking the more delicate baby teeth before those teeth are ready to come out naturally.

How are goat horns sourced and made?

Our goat horns come from local Victorian sources who farm goats for human consumption. We step in and take the byproducts left over (namely, goat horns and goat trotters). Our horns are especially unique as during the sterilisation process, we remove the live membrane inside. While the marrow in a horn is delicious and nutritious, it often requires the complicated addition of preservatives and packaging to keep it fresh.

After that the goat horns are hand-cut and locally packaged in Melbourne using step-by-step techniques. We keep it natural and it keep it local.

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