These fish snacks are dried – rather than boiled – a process that leaves their intrinsic nutritional qualities intact. Fish and seafood are super protein sources for dogs, while being relatively low in saturated fats – so good for weight management too.
Fish is one of nature’s richest sources of vital Omega oils and essential fatty acids. These oils and fatty acids do not naturally occur in your dog’s digestive system – so adding these oils to their daily diet can be of great health benefit
• Omega oils
• Growth and development
• Joints and mobility
• Digestion and palatability
• Skin and coat
• Older dogs
Omega oils 3 and 6 have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which means they are good for joints and general mobility. In addition, these fatty acids can significantly reduce itching and other minor dermatological complaints found in many dogs. A diet rich in Omega fish oils can also improve your dog’s immune system – fight bacterial infections, viruses and even fungal infections and also reduce the risk of stroke or heart problems.