Pork is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals including niacin, potassium, magnesium, vitamin D, and phosphorus. This mix of vitamins and mineral is important as Vitamin D is essential to canine health – it helps with the absorption of calcium and in the balance of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
Pork also has a great amino acid profile, with all the essential amino acids your dog needs regenerate healthy muscle and tissue. Pork is high in protein - Protein allows your dog’s body to function properly. Pork Contains B vitamins – Which are important for many aspects of your dog’s health. It’s crucial for healthy nervous system and brain function among many other things.
Fish plays a key part as a base food for healthy and nutritious diets for dogs. Fish is not only an excellent source of protein but it is also low in fat, enriched with omega oils, and rich in vitamins and minerals. Fish also has natural anti-inflammatory qualities, which makes it good for any canines that suffer from joint and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) issues.
When fish is the main staple of a dog’s diet it provides protein without overburdening the digestive system the way some protein-rich meats can do. This is one reason why fish is so good for dogs, particularly when they are getting older.
Approximately 20-25 treats per 500g bag.
The average length is 7 cm.
Fish (tuna,salangid) 20%
Protein min 35%
Fat max 7%
Ash max 4%
Moisture max 15%