Fishy treats are rich in Omega 3!

Fishy treats are rich in Omega 3!

Did you know that Seafood-based treats for dogs & cats can offer several benefits:

  1. High in protein: Seafood treats are typically rich in protein, which is essential for maintaining muscle mass, supporting healthy growth, and providing energy for your pets.

  2. Omega-3 fatty acids: Seafood, such as salmon and tuna, are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for your pet's skin and coat health. Omega-3s also support heart health, joint function, and cognitive function.

  3. Low in calories: Many seafood treats are low in calories compared to other types of treats, making them suitable for pets on weight management diets or those prone to obesity.

  4. Natural flavour: Seafood treats often have a strong and appealing scent and taste that many pets enjoy. This can make them particularly enticing for picky eaters or as a special reward during training sessions.

  5. Limited ingredient options: For pets with food sensitivities or allergies, seafood treats can be a good option because they typically contain fewer ingredients than other types of treats. This can help avoid potential triggers for digestive upset or allergic reactions.

  6. Dental health benefits: Some seafood treats, such as fish skins or dental chews made from fish, can help promote dental health by reducing tartar buildup and preventing gum disease. Chewing on these treats can also help keep your pet's teeth clean and their gums healthy.

  7. Nutrient-rich: Seafood is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins D and B12, selenium, and iodine, which are important for overall health and well-being in dogs and cats.

Want some quick links to some popular fishy treats?

Freez Dried Sardines

Freeze Dried Green Lipped Mussels

Ziwi Freeze Dried Booster For Skin

Air Dried Shaved Fish

Air Dried Shark Cartilage

Air Dried Herring

Air Dried Green Lipped Mussels

Air Dried Mackerel Bites


However, it's important to note that some pets may have allergies or sensitivities to certain types of seafood, so it's always a good idea to introduce new treats gradually and monitor your pet for any adverse reactions.