Fish makes a great treat for dogs. They have a really high reward value especially in terms of their super taste and smell, so they're a great dog treat to use for training.
These tiny fish (tiddlers) have been slowly air dried to produce these fantastic dog treats and are brimming with protein, oils and vitamins. They are low in saturated fats and easy to digest, even for those dogs with more sensitive tummies.
Made from just one ingredient - sprats - they contain no cereals, fillers or artificial additives.
The sprat, like most forage fishes, are highly active small oily fish, they are recognized for their nutritional value as they contain high levels of polyunsaturated fats, omega 3 and 6 (the good fats) considered beneficial to the human and animal diet, and low in saturated fats (the bad fats).
These dog treats are produced by Green & Wild's using ethically and sustainably sourced sprats fished from European waters.
100% sprats - very high in natural protein.
High in Omega 3 - beneficial for bones & joints, promotes healthy skin and shiny coats.
Naturally dried at low temperatures to preserve the high nutritional values.
Gluten free. Cereal free. Hypoallergenic.
These fish tiddlers come in a handy 75g resealable bag to help keep your dog treats fresh and tasty for longer.
Fish tiddlers should be fed to your dog as a complementary treat as part of their daily balanced diet.
Fish treats should be limited to 10 a day.
Suitable for dogs from the age of 3 months.
The health and nutritional qualities of fish are as beneficial for your pets as they are for us. Fish is a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids, which support vision, joints, skin and coat, as well as the general health of your dog's immune system.
Fish is low in saturated fat, high in polyunsaturated fat, hypoallergenic and easily digested so great for dogs with sensitive tummies or gluten intolerance.
Fish helps to support cognitive function and a healthy brain. Our pets are living longer than ever thanks to advances in veterinary medicine and the health benefits of fish helps maintain the brain function of our senior dogs.
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