Mega treats

I like to give him dried beef hearts and pieces of venison (as well as chicken hearts, chicken breast and spikey fish) as treats.

As small treats are enough for me, I like to divide them up. This works particularly well with beef hearts. Many of the pieces are like a cube and are easy to cut. The venison pieces are more like "mega treats". My dog particularly likes them. Both varieties are very dry and low in odour for humans, but Micky loves them just as much as the stronger-smelling varieties (chicken hearts and spikey fish), although the chicken hearts are a little greasy and the beef hearts and venison pieces are not, making them particularly practical for on the go.

I also give all these treats in miniature form as a "spice" over his dry food. This is very important to Micky;) The crumbs and mini pieces from the bag and the leftovers from cutting them up. However, there are also very fatty parts only in the beef hearts, nowhere else. The above does not apply to these. The pure fat pieces then also go into the "spice" tin. The mixed ones are still suitable for travelling, even if they are not so fat-free to handle.

All in all, I really like the products I buy, and I wouldn't want to miss any of them because they are so easy to take with you on the go.

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