Lamb Weasand Updated on: September 21st, 2018

The weasand is also known as the esophagus, the tube that moves the food from the mouth into the stomach.

why we feed

Although the weasand/esophagus itself does not produce enzymes, because saliva travels down the gullet with the food, the gullet provides many enzymes (such as amylase, which breaks down starches) that are beneficial to your dog as well.

how to feed

Lamb weasands can be frozen to last longer, or given in the crate, after a long hike/training session, or fed by itself. Lamb weasand can be included as your dog’s 80% muscle meat in their raw diet.

Additional info

Sometimes confused for the gullet, they are actually two separate things!