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DOG TREATS
  • HEALTH
  • Pilchards

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    Pilchards dog treats

    A lot of people ask if the fish bones are dangerous for the dogs. Well, Pilchards are soft-boned fish, and once they have been dehydrated they crumble, making them easy for the dog to digest.

    Laila and Me pet pilchard treats are a great alternative to canned fish which may have huge amounts of salt or oils. 

    Benefits:

    • Source of protein and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, so your dog’s coat will be soft and shiny, and skin soft and hydrated.
    • Healthy and nutritious fish!
    • Immune booster for dogs and also aids with muscle and connective tissue development, great for young pups or elderly dogs.
    • Reduce inflammation caused by allergies and other skin conditions.
    • The perfect Cat Pet Treat
    • Don't forget to check out our Freeze Dried Pet Treats or our Dental Range

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    Nutritional Information
    Crude Protein 71%, Crude Fat 19%, Crude fiber 0%, Crude ash 4%, Moisture 5%
    Ingredients
    100% Natural Australian Pilchards
    Immune Boosting Pet Treats | Why Pilchards?

    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 bodys calcium and phosphorous levels are balanced.