Quail eggs might be smaller than chicken and duck eggs, but they are impressively high in nutrition!
Packed with vitamin A to protect vision, healthy fatty acids for the heart, vitamin B for increased metabolic activity, potassium to lower blood pressure, and antioxidants to help prevent chronic disease. But wait, it doesn’t end there! Quail eggs contain a high concentration of ovomucoid protein, which acts as a natural anti-allergenic to alleviate the symptoms of allergic reactions.
Sold fresh (not frozen) – 1 Pack (18 eggs)
At Naturaw, we are committed to providing high-quality pet food that meets or exceeds the nutritional standards set by the Pet Food Association of Canada (PFAC) and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Our products undergo rigorous testing and quality assurance measures to ensure that your pet is getting the proper nutrition they need to live a happy and healthy life. Trust us to provide the best for your furry friend.
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Hi Andrea :) There's an expiry date on the eggs, which is directly from the farm. Usually two months in the fridge and up-to 6 months in the freezer. When giving straight from the freezer, you don't need to defrost them, however this is completely up to your preference.
Hi Shannon, no question is a silly question at Naturaw .. the eggs come fresh and you would feed them to your pet raw, as a treat or part of their dish.
Great topper, perfect to give frozen in a puzzle feeder
My fav! I love to eat the shell as well
Gigi would quote the Campbell slogan “Mmm Mmm Good” ☺️👍🏾
LavaBear doesn’t need to speak to let me know how much she loves this food every time she eats.
My dog loves it, amazing quality!