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Australian Fish dog treats. Dried whole fishy Sardines. Dried large whole Sardine fish contain nothing but 100% Australian caught fish and air dried in Australia! A rich in protein and amino acids

Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, particularly EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). These fatty acids play a crucial role in supporting various aspects of a dog's health, including:

   - Promoting a healthy coat and skin: Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation, moisturize the skin, and improve the overall condition of a dog's coat, reducing itchiness and dryness.

   - Supporting joint health: Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce joint inflammation and promote joint mobility. This is especially beneficial for dogs with arthritis or other joint conditions.

   - Boosting immune function: Omega-3 fatty acids support a healthy immune system, helping dogs combat infections, allergies, and certain immune-mediated conditions.

   - Supporting cardiovascular health: Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help reduce the risk of heart disease by supporting heart health and reducing inflammation.  

Protein and Essential Nutrients

Sardines per 100 grams:

Calories: Approximately 305 calories

Protein: Approximately 58 grams

Fat: Approximately 7 grams

Carbohydrates: Negligible or very low amount

Cholesterol: Approximately 142 milligrams

Calcium: Approximately 500 milligrams

Phosphorus: Approximately 900 milligrams

Iron: Approximately 7 milligrams

Vitamin D: Approximately 470 IU (International Units)

Natural Source of Vitamin D plays a crucial role in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, promoting healthy bones and teeth in dogs.

Low Mercury Content Sardines are considered a low-mercury fish, which makes them a safer option because high levels of mercury can be harmful to dogs.

 As with any new food, it's advisable to introduce sardines gradually into your dog's diet and monitor for any adverse reactions or digestive upset. If your dog has specific dietary restrictions or health conditions, consult with your veterinarian before adding sardines or any other food to their diet.

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Email Us at: hello@thedogshoptreats.com.au Call Us: 0400 176 257 Address: 9/450 The Esplanade, Warners Bay NSW 2282 Australia

Australian Sardines 50g

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Australian Fish dog treats. Dried whole fishy Sardines. Dried large whole Sardine fish contain nothing but 100% Australian caught fish and air dried in Australia! A rich in protein and amino acids

Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, particularly EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). These fatty acids play a crucial role in supporting various aspects of a dog's health, including:

   - Promoting a healthy coat and skin: Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation, moisturize the skin, and improve the overall condition of a dog's coat, reducing itchiness and dryness.

   - Supporting joint health: Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce joint inflammation and promote joint mobility. This is especially beneficial for dogs with arthritis or other joint conditions.

   - Boosting immune function: Omega-3 fatty acids support a healthy immune system, helping dogs combat infections, allergies, and certain immune-mediated conditions.

   - Supporting cardiovascular health: Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help reduce the risk of heart disease by supporting heart health and reducing inflammation.  

Protein and Essential Nutrients

Sardines per 100 grams:

Calories: Approximately 305 calories

Protein: Approximately 58 grams

Fat: Approximately 7 grams

Carbohydrates: Negligible or very low amount

Cholesterol: Approximately 142 milligrams

Calcium: Approximately 500 milligrams

Phosphorus: Approximately 900 milligrams

Iron: Approximately 7 milligrams

Vitamin D: Approximately 470 IU (International Units)

Natural Source of Vitamin D plays a crucial role in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, promoting healthy bones and teeth in dogs.

Low Mercury Content Sardines are considered a low-mercury fish, which makes them a safer option because high levels of mercury can be harmful to dogs.

 As with any new food, it's advisable to introduce sardines gradually into your dog's diet and monitor for any adverse reactions or digestive upset. If your dog has specific dietary restrictions or health conditions, consult with your veterinarian before adding sardines or any other food to their diet.

Email Us at: hello@thedogshoptreats.com.au Call Us: 0400 176 257 Address: 9/450 The Esplanade, Warners Bay NSW 2282 Australia
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