Calms and soothes anxious dogs with chamomile, valerian root and lemon balm.
Packed with protein
Great as a bed time snack
Nutritionally our grubs are at least as good as chicken, and they're actually easier to digest, which makes them perfect for dogs with sensitive tummies.
Yora's grubs are packed with essential proteins, fats and minerals, and we use whole grubs so you get all of the goodness, no nasty byproducts.
Meet the WORLD'S most sustainable pet treats
Traditional meat farming is a contributor to climate change
Insect protein is the only healthy alternative for pets
Your dog can rest easy knowing that they are doing their bit for the planet.
Not only are their relaxing biscuit treats totally irresistible to your dog, but they are also much better for the environment than standard meat-based treats.
These days, many of us are deciding to reduce the amount of meat we consume for environmental reasons or concerns about animal welfare, however, cats and dogs need animal protein to thrive, so Yora set out to find an alternative.
Black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) grubs have just the right nutritional profile of protein, fats and minerals to allow your pet to flourish and Yora’s clever chefs have combined them with valerian root, lemon balm and chamomile to help them relax and keep them satisfied until morning.
No low-grade meat by-product or meat meal makes it into Yora’s treats, meaning that there is only one animal protein source, grubs! Thanks to the hypoallergenic formula, Yora is also suitable for food intolerances, skin conditions, and delicate tummies.
Yora try their very best to reduce their impact on the planet, so they use 100% sustainably sourced whole grubs from Holland. There are huge benefits to using grubs instead of meat, due to the vast amount of energy, land, fertilisers and water needed for traditional livestock farming.
Up to 10 treats per day. Treats are healthy in moderation. Please take good care when feeding and supervise at all times. Ensure fresh drinking water is available. Store in a cool dry place, keep open packs in the fridge for up to 3 days.