Furry Rabbit Ears

Dragonfly Products
From £4.99

Furry rabbit ears for dogs are the ultimate low fat, natural healthy treat for dogs large and small.  Use regularly (we recommend once or twice a week) to stay on top of worms and eggs. Use our Worm Count Kit every 6-12 months to monitor for worms.

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Furry rabbit ears for dogs are the ultimate low fat, natural healthy treat for dogs large and small.

Perfect for those raw feeding dogs or following a BARF diet and a fantastic natural treat for kibble or canned food fed dogs. A much healthier and safer alternative to rawhide chews.

Our furry rabbits ears measure approximately 8"-10" long and a pack of 20 weighs approximately 300g. As these are a totally natural product, please allow for small variances in weight and size.

Our furry rabbit ears come from European rabbits, they are produced in our European manufacturer's facility - we do not import our ears from outside of Europe where animal welfare may not be a priority and quality is variable.

Furry rabbit ears are naturally low fat, natural alternative to dental sticks and chews. Ears with fur are also a natural wormer as they pass through the dog's digestive system.  

Our furry rabbit ears are air dried, not roasted or fried, which keeps the flavour totally natural and are great source of protein for your dog.

We pack each bag by hand to monitor quality.

Available in packs of 5, 10 or 20.

Suitable for puppies and dogs from 12 weeks of age.

We always recommend supervising your dog when eating any kind of treat.

Ingredients: 100% Rabbit Ear with Fur
Typical Analysis: Protein 65.1%, fat 28.6%, moisture 5.1%, ash 1.9%
Shelf Life: 18 months


Food Type
Chew Rating
Size Suitability
Small , Medium , Large , Giant , Extra-Small ,
Primary Ingredients
Region of Origin
Fur On
Pack Quantity
5, 10, 20,

Health & Nutrition

Free From
Additives, Flavourings, Gluten, Grain,

Alternatives to...

Natural alternative to
Worming Tablets
Age Suitability
12 weeks+
Shelf Life
18 months
Medium Odour
Oils & Fats

Use in conjunction with a regular Worm Count