TruCarnivore Zero Treats

Description

ZERO TruCarnivore™ Treats for Cats, Dogs & Ferrets

Our ZERO high protein treats for cats and ferrets. The ideal treat to support pre-diabetic and diabetic pets that require less than 1% starch/carbs.

Kibble Size

Kibble Size
Health Benefits

TruCarnivore Zero treats are simply irresistible, carnivore treats! As your pet is an obligate carnivore, they have little use for starch/carbohydrates. Many treats and foods on the market today are very high in carbohydrates. This often leads to obesity, which can then result in diabetes. With Young Again CarnivoreYUMS, you can spoil your pet, but not compromise their health. These highly acceptable treats were designed to feed along side our high protein, low starch foods, but will compliment any feeding regimen. YUMS can be fed to cats and ferrets of all ages.

  • HIGH PROTEIN (52%)
  • Low Starch/Carb (less than 1%)
  • Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes
  • Highly Acceptable

(Does not contain vitamins and minerals to avoid over supplementation)

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (min) 54%
Crude Fat (min) 24%
Crude Fiber (max) 2%
Moisture (max) 10%
Carbohydrates (digestible) < 1%

Calorie Content
4070 kcals/kg
590 kcals/cup

Ingredients

Chicken Meal, Pork Protein Concentrate, Chicken Fat, Guar Gum, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Yeast, Chicken Liver, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Mixed Tocopherols (natural preservative), Taurine, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid (preservative), Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dehydrated Pediococcus  Acidilactici Fermentation Product, Rosemary Extract.

Dry Matter Analysis
Feeding Instructions

TruCarnivore treats for cats, dogs and ferrets has been developed to work in conjunction with our ZERO and ZERO Mature Cat Foods. We often don't think about the scraps and treats we give our pets that can undo all the good health benefits of feeding Young Again Zero Cat Foods. And best of all, you can still give your diabetic cat a healthy, less than 1% starch treat.

We can't stress it enough, a carnivore has no nutritional requirement for starch/carbohydrates and many of your pet's health problems may actually stem from feeding a diet not well suited to your obligate carnivore.