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Adult Beef & Tripe (500g)

Adult Beef and Tripe is an excellent BARF meal
0.50 KGS
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Sustain Beef & Tripe is another of our convenient and healthy raw meals for the active working dog, containing 90% Beef and Green tripe. Your busy dog and his lifestyle, be it agility, track, field or endurance will benefit from everything in this BARF meal. This meal has been designed to provide your dog with specific nutrition to support his working day, from extra protein to increased Vitamin C. Vitamin C will protect your dog's joints and ligaments through times of increased physical stress.

It also has powerful antioxidant properties which help to create a strong immune system, vital for a healthy dog. Of course, being a water soluble Vitamin, any levels not required are naturally excreted through your dog's system. A dog can naturally produce his own Vitamin C (unlike humans) but we have given him a helping hand by supplementing with an extra portion of the wonder herb Parsley. No artificial powders in this Wolf Tucker meal! Suitable for working dogs. VAT FREE.


90% Beef with Green Tripe, 10% Fruit & Vegetables (Parsley, Broccoli, Carrot, Apple), Flax Oil and Seagreens Kelp.

Typical Analysis (g/100g)

Moisture: 69.5
Protein: 17.6
Fat: 10.9
Ash: 1.0
Crude Fibre: 0.4

183 Kcal/100g

Recyclable Tub & Sleeve.

Feeding Guide:
We suggest feeding your adult dog 2% - 3% of their total bodyweight. Ideally you will feed your dog their daily amount over 2 meals during the day.

  1. Beef and Tripe   Posted by Jackie Ridealgh on 3rd Jun 2018

    It’s the first time I’ve ordered beef and tripe. Was put off by the tripe smell from other products used. No smell from the tripe. The meat has texture which my dogs like.

    They all absolutely loved this meat and it will definitely be in my basket every time I order.

    Very impressed.

  2. Beef and Tripe   Posted by Alison Johnston on 15th Mar 2018

    My dog loves all beef products from Wolf Tucker. It is a quality product.

  3. my girls love their Wolf Tucker   Posted by Lisa Rose on 20th Feb 2018

    I have a 3 year old chocolate labrador who has been raised on Wolf Tucker since 8 weeks and a rescue Sprolly that I started on it when she came home a year ago. I cannot recommend it highly enough. My lab is at perfect weight with bright eyes, white teeth and boundless energy. My sprolly's breath is better and she has none of the tummy issues that she came to me with. They both love the beef and beef tripe but neither will touch the chicken for some reason!?

  4. simply the best   Posted by Heather Parker on 30th Nov 2017

    Indy loves her Wolftucker.i

  5. Excellent. Dogs love it.   Posted by Unknown on 20th Oct 2017

    Very popular meat in our household. Because it is boneless very useful for the DIY kitchen. Well packaged.

  6. Great Balance   Posted by pagoulder@gmail.com on 17th Sep 2017

    Awesome food well balanced the best you could do for your dog

  7. looks good enough to cook and eat!   Posted by Crystal Fenner on 7th Sep 2017

    My Loki is a fussy eater, I've despaired trying to get him to eat. Since introducing him to Wolf Tuckers beef and tripe it's hard to stop him eating!
    His coat is shiny, he's slimmed up.
    Best food you can buy.

  8. Dogs Love This   Posted by Leigh on 7th Sep 2017

    A favourite with all our dogs even the little fussy one!

  9. good stuff   Posted by Helen Tuson on 4th Nov 2013

    My dog loves this mince, as far as I can tell there is no bone in this mince, so a good one to feed before giving a boney meal such as ribs. We do love the wolf tucker mince, but would like to see some more variety....game (duck/pheasant), rabbit, fish, rib bones, oxtail, offal minces eg kidney liver and lung. According to my research Heart is a muscle meat and therefore not counted as offal in a canine diet, so I find myself supplementing my dogs diet with the above. Can't fault the minces we get though, at least it actually looks like meat!