Our all natural, single-source treats are sourced local from our partners at Nebraska Beef. This ensures we are using only the highest quality of beef available from farms throughout Nebraska.
No artificial additives
Gluten- and lactose-free
Rich in Protein
Easy to digest
Suitable also for puppies and senior dogs
Very low in fat but high in protein. Dried Beef Lung is a nearly fat-free dog treat suitable for all breeds. With their gentle aroma, ease of chewing and single ingredient, all dogs love the natural Beef Lung chews. They are high in single-source protein and provide the energy that every dog need.
Our treats are slow roasted to bake in flavor and achieve a 24 month shelf life. They are unique in the fact that they are one ingredient: the beef product only with no additives and no preservatives—100% Natural.
The GFSI certification is the benchmark for the best food safety and quality practices consistent with meeting human food grade standards. Our facility achieved the highest possible "Grade AA Rating" by a 3rd party auditing firm. A standard recognized worldwide by global brand owners and manufacturers, GFSI audits cover Senior Management Commitment, The HACCP Food Safety Plan, The Food Safety and Quality Management System, Site Standards, Product Control, Process Control, and Personnel.
We operate a fully implemented Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point system in place. All products we produce are classified as Heat Treated, Shelf Stable.
The Critical Control Point (CCP) for all products is the Cooking Step. Each Product lot is tested using Aqua Lab’s 4TE Water Activity Meter. The Meter is calibrated daily.
The oven time and temperature is set to far exceed the minimum needed to destroy the vegetative cells of Salmonella. However, temperature just kills the potential vegetative cells. Achieving a proper Water Activity (aw) will guarantee no microbial proliferation.
An in-plant study was conducted to determine the efficacy of the cooking process utilized to achieve desired Water Activity (aw). During that study, samples were sent to an accredited lab for Salmonella testing and all samples were negative.