Rabbit Rack

(2 customer reviews)


Wild rabbit rib frame, locally sourced from Central Victoria. These are a great combination of bone & tasty meat in a great enrichment chew shape. Rabbit meat is low in fat, high in protein and high in omega-3 fatty acids — more than four times the amount found in chicken.

Ideal as a solid chew challenge for small & medium dogs. These are a shorter term chew for big dogs – but a real nutritional powerhouse.

*Don’t mind the floof. It turns out rabbit fur is like glitter. It gets everywhere and anywhere and is impossible to get rid of 🤣

  • Wild rabbit is the most biologically appropriate source of food for dogs.
  • For sourcing info, please check out the details below.
  • Low temperature dehydrated so the bones are safe for dogs.
  • Sold as single units – between 70g & 100g on average.


Source Story:

Feral rabbits compete with native wildlife, damage vegetation and degrade the land. They ringbark trees and shrubs, and prevent regeneration by eating seeds and seedlings. Their impact often increases during drought and immediately after a fire, when food is scarce and they eat whatever they can.

These wild rabbits are sourced from vegetable farms in Central Victoria.

Rabbit meat is the most biologically appropriate source of food available for dogs. Furthermore, wild rabbit is a top quality source of nutrition to dogs & cats.

From an ethical standpoint, these rabbits are not hunted & killed with the purpose of providing dog treats. Rather we have sourced the products from animals that would be killed and disposed of regardless of whether there was a market for dog treats or not.

This reduces wastage AND provides a top quality product for your dog.

Feeding Guide:

Feed one fur product every 3-4 days for maximum digestive benefits. Suggested shelf life is 30 days. They can be kept in the freezer if not consumed within that time.

Harvest & Dehydration Process:

  • These rabbits are sourced from local vegetable farms where no poisons are used.
  • During the harvest and butchering process, all rabbits are assessed for signs of illness and discarded if there are any signs of sickness.
  • The segmented rabbits are frozen for 6 weeks prior to dehydrating (this is the current recommendation for parasite eradication)
  • The rabbit meat is dehydrated at 75 degrees, which is the current human consumption standard for the removal of harmful bacteria. The length of dehydration depends on the cut getting dried.

The above is a transparent description of our risk mitigation in relations to pathogens & parasites.  No preservatives are used – including no chemicals, irradiation or other methods of sterilisation. Please consider this when deciding if these treats are right for your dog.

Additional information


1 x Rack, 3 x Racks

2 reviews for Rabbit Rack

  1. Diane Andrell (verified owner)

    Our 1 Year old German Shepherd Erma loved the rack, she sniffed it for a little while then demolished it within 10 minutes 😄

  2. Kayla Jongerius

    My 6 month old spaniel pup absolutely loved this – he gets through his chews pretty quick, but still took him a solid 30-40 minutes, with plenty of meat on it to keep him interested. Will be working these in as regular meal replacements!

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