Pilchards Dog Treats?
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We all know how good omega 3 and fish oil supplement is for dogs, so why not feed the whole fish to boost omega 3 intake.
Pilchards are an amazing source of protein and omega-3 and omega-6fatty acids, so your dog’s coat will be soft and shiny, and skin soft and hydrated.
Pilchards are a really healthy and nutritious fish! This little wonder fish has loads of health properties including:
Immunity, Inflammation and Muscle development
They are a great immune booster and also aide with muscle and connective tissue development, great for young pups or elderly dogs.
Pilchards also reduce inflammation caused by allergies and other skin conditions.
A lot of people ask if the fish bones are dangerous for the dogs? Well Pilchards are a soft boned fish, and once they have been dehydrated the crumble, making them easy for the dog to digest.
Laila and Me pilchards are a great alternative to canned fish which may have huge amounts of salt or oils.
They are Australian pilchards from WA, and are dehydrated and packaged in Melbourne.
Pilchards should be introduced slowly as they are a rich flavour and might cause an upset tummy if fed in large amounts quickly.
Laila and Me Pilchards come in a 5 pack, if your Dog is real seafood lover why not try the fish sampler and pair it with a pack of whitebait for the extra omega benefits both fish provide to your dog or cat.
Both the Pilchards and Whitebait are a cat friendly treat so all the pets in the house can indulge.
All Laila and Me meats and seafood treats come from Australia, they are high quality and each batch is quality controlled by Laila herself she doesn’t approve then they don’t get sold, so you know your buying quality.
Whole pilchards are an excellent source of high quality protein and essential Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 is vital for the health of the immune system, skin and fur, and brain. Unfortunately, in the modern diet we tend to eat far too much Omega 6 and not enough Omega 3, which can upset the balance of healthy fats and lead to inflammatory conditions. Adding wholefood sources of Omega 3, like pilchards, is an excellent way to combat this common dietary shortcoming.
Because they are small and sit low in the food chain, Pilchards also contain very low levels of mercury, when compared to larger fish with similar health benefits. They are an excellent source of B vitamins, especially vitamin B12, as well as calcium, selenium, iodine, phosphorous, iron and vitamin A.
Pilchards are also a rare dietary source of vitamin D, which is especially important for dogs as they do not effectively convert vitamin D from sunlight like we do. Vitamin D is important for strong and healthy bones and teeth, which are achieved by assisting with nutrient absorption and ensuring the body’s calcium and phosphorous levels are balanced.