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Gold Dust Freakshake

Because you guys just can’t get enough balls, introducing NORM’s Gold Dust freakshake! This powdered milkshake mix for your pet is made from freeze dried ram balls, goji berries, turmeric and coconut milk.

🐏 Lamb testes are an excellent source of B vitamins - especially B12

☄️ Goji berries are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, fibre and iron

🫚 Turmeric contains curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound

🥥 Coconut milk powder is dairy free for beasties who don't do well with dairy, and it’s rich in medium chain triglycerides (aka healthy fats!)

This freakshake is a golden dream, complete with the family jewels👑

NORM's lamb testes are raw, human grade and Australian.

Just add water to this nutritious milkshake mix and you're ready to sparkle. You can also use this as a meal topper if you’re after more of a “Salt Bae’s 24k gold steak” vibe.

This 110g pack will make roughly 40 freakshakes for a cat or small dog, and 20 for a larger dog. We recommend starting with a small amount and seeing how your pet tolerates any new treat.   


Freeze dried lamb testes, coconut milk powder, goji berry powder, organic turmeric.

The images we use are fun and playful, but please only feed your pet human foods that you know they are safe for them.

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    Andrew G.
    United States

    Gold dust FREAKSHAKE.

    @brownie_and_blackjack love the smell, bright color and of course taste.

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    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Young collie loved this

    Kat W.
    Australia Australia

    One dog loves it, the other has decided it’s an aquired taste

    NORM variants have been a big hit in this household - and double as a great way to terrify our parents (‘what on earthed are you feeding your dogs?!’). This one was cause for a bit of caution for one dog - suspect the tumeric was a bit if a surprise. He did eat it though - and I’m going to leave it in rotation given I love the ingredients. The little dog loved it in goats milk - yum!