The parts of the animal that are most often left behind — bones, organs and tendons — have a place in the kitchen, too. Not only are they usable in the human kitchen but are a great addition to any healthy animal’s diet.
The bones of animals such as chickens and cows are excellent for dental and jaw health, as well as skin and coat maintenance. The organ meats are a vital source of important vitamins and minerals like vitamin D, A and iron. Collagen, elastin and keratin are vital for healthy skin, joints and muscles that your pets use to run, play and cuddle up at night. Pets can even eat the totally undesirable parts of animals, like the tails and ears of pigs, cows and lambs. All of the parts of the animals that we don’t see in our favourite recipes, have a place in the health and wellness of your pet. Your pets can help you live a low-waste life — and thrive!
You can feed your pets these scraps from any meat you buy in store, but if you want to give your pet the best mix of fibre, nutrients, taste and convenience every night of the week, you have Bella and Boots.
As explored on our website, each Bella and Boots food pack was specifically formulated to meet health goals for your pet, with carefully thought out ingredients to make sure our food is best for your pet. This includes nose-to-tail cuts like hearts and livers, muscle meats and ground up bones. Bella and Boots packs come with different meats, like beef, chicken, fish and kangaroo to give your pet the best of what our Earth has to offer.
Using all parts of the animal at our disposal is the most ethical way to feed ourselves and our furry loved ones. It looks after our Earth and honours the animal we are eating.