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Rabbit Frames

Regular price $8.40

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Shipping Policy

Welcome to Astron Pet! We are committed to ensuring a smooth and timely delivery for all your purchases. Here's what you need to know about our shipping policy:

In-Stock Items:
For items that are in stock and ready to ship, we ensure a swift processing time. Your orders will be processed and dispatched within 3 business days. This quick turnaround time means you can expect your purchases to be on their way to you without unnecessary delays.

Pre-Order Items:
For items available on pre-order, the estimated delivery time is between 2 to 4 weeks. This timeframe largely depends on how quickly our vendors process and dispatch our orders. We strive to expedite this process and keep you informed every step of the way. Pre-Order Items are not eligible for cancellation.

Custom-Made Items:
Custom-made products require special attention and craftsmanship. For these items, please allow a delivery timeframe of approximately 4 to 8 weeks. This period allows our artisans to meticulously craft and perfect your custom orders to meet our high-quality standards.

We will dispatch your entire order once all the items you have ordered are available. In the event that your order includes pre-order items and in-stock items, kindly consider placing two separate orders if you require expedited delivery.

Shipping Rates 

Domestic Shipping rates are given based on distance from our warehouse regardless of package weight and dimensions. It will be quoted at the check-out page. 

We offer free shipping on all domestic orders over $125.

Delivery Time

Standard shipping is via UPS or USPS and will be received within 5-10 business days. You will receive a shipping notification email with the carrier and tracking number. Delivery time does not include weekends or Holidays. 

Lost Package

Our liability for lost packages is limited to circumstances where an incorrect shipping address is entered by our staff. In instances where the incorrect address, including but not limited to an erroneous apartment number, is provided by the customer, we bear no responsibility for the resultant loss.

Once a package is accepted by the post office, the control over its transit is entirely in the hands of the shipping carriers, and we have no influence over the package's journey thereafter. Should a package be marked as "Delivered" by the carrier but is reported as not received by the customer, it is the customer's responsibility to initiate direct contact with the shipping carrier to resolve the issue. We are not obligated to intervene in such cases.

 

 

 

These treats are the Rabbit Frame or Rib Cage from wild rabbits (not farmed).  Rabbit is a lean protein and is higher in protein than most other meats making it packed with lean fuel for your dog's muscles.  It is also high in essential amino acids which are necessary for tissue repair and help boost the immune system.  As rabbit is a small animal, most dogs will be able to eat the entire frame including the bones.  The bones help to maintain a healthy digestive system.  Suitable for all dogs of all ages.  They can leave a small amount of crumb, so best served outside.


Toughness rating (1 – 3, with 3 being the toughest): 2


Please note that the toughness rating is a comparison of this treat against other treats.


All our rabbit is grown in Australia.


As all our treats are 100% natural products, you can expect slight variations from the product pictured.


Why feed treats with bones/benefits of bones:
Cooked bones pose a risk to a dog’s health as they may splinter into shards which can cause choking and serious damage to the dog’s mouth, throat or intestines.  All our treats are dehydrated at low temperatures with high air flow over an extended period.  This means that the bones in our treats will break the same as a raw bone rather than splinter like a cooked bone.


Uncooked bones are digestible and are a perfectly natural and important part of your dog’s daily diet.


Excess tartar build-up causes bad breath, cavities, gingivitis, and can lead to expensive teeth scaling and ultimately extractions. When your dog chews on an uncooked bone, it helps to stimulate saliva which contains enzymes.  Dog saliva helps prevent canine cavities.  The slightly alkaline nature of dog saliva buffers the acids that are produced by some bacteria that are the cause of the enamel of the tooth being eroded away.


Bones are a dog’s natural toothbrush – while being eaten, bones scrape your dog’s teeth helping to keep them clean.  Eating the neck and tail bones of larger animals is a great teeth cleaning exercise due to the shape of these bones – while a dog is scraping out the meat between these bones, they are scraping their teeth against the bone.  The same effect occurs when they eat through smaller bones like those from poultry and non-weight bearing bones from larger animals.


Uncooked bones can also be a fantastic source of minerals and other nutrients.
Because bones are composed of calcium phosphate, a mineral that aids your dog’s proper growth, an uncooked bone can help a canine’s skeletal system to regenerate and adapt.  In fact, the calcium in uncooked bones can be up to four times more digestible than most commonly available calcium supplements.


If your dog exhibits nervous behaviours like self-licking, biting and scratching, an uncooked raw bone can help divert his/her attention away from these destructive behaviours and promote a new, positive chewing habit.  Or if your dog likes their food a little too much or needs to be distracted from your mealtime, let him chew on a bone. It helps satisfy your dog’s appetite and will allow you to enjoy your dinner in peace.


Bones also keep your dog’s stomach in good working order. It’s beneficial for his/her digestive tract as it offers a cleansing and scouring effect on his/her system.  By providing extra roughage in your dog’s diet, they will be a lot more regular at potty time, and it’ll stimulate anal gland emptying.  Completely digestible and perfectly natural, uncooked bones are an important part of their daily diet.


Your dog will love the bone’s yummy taste and the mental stimulation. Plus, all that chewing is a wonderful workout not only for your dog’s jaw muscles but their entire musculoskeletal system.  Next time your dog is enjoying a bone, watch how their whole body is engaged in the activity – eating a bone is equivalent to doggie yoga.


In nature, dogs learn from their mothers how to tear and chew their food safely when they are about 3 to 4 weeks old as mothers will start to ween the litter.  If puppies did not learn this from their mothers, you can teach your dog how to safely chew bones without gulping them by holding them and encouraging correct chewing.  It is always a good idea to monitor your dog at mealtimes.