Rabbit meat is not only characterised by its aromatic and spicy taste, but also by its nutrients.
It is a high-protein and low-calorie source of energy for dogs. While the protein content is very high, the fat content is low at around 7.6 grams per 100 grams of meat.
On top of this, it provides dogs with essential amino acids, group B vitamins and minerals. The iron and magnesium content is particularly noteworthy, as it is very high. It even contains around twice as much iron as poultry, as the iron content is around 3.5 grams per 100 grams of meat.
Rabbit meat is not a common component of animal feed, so the risk of allergy or intolerance remains low.