Wild caught superfood for dogs! Use as a meal topper or treat.
Sardines for dogs provide many benefits for the immune system, joints, coat, eyes, and heart. These small but mighty fish are ideal for canines as they can be fed daily as part of a raw diet (to meet vitamin D and fatty acid requirements) or 2-3 times per week as a kibble topper
Available frozen in 1 lb or 5 lb bags
Key vitamins and minerals found in sardines:
Omega-3 fatty acids. Fatty acids, like EPA and DHA, are found in sardines. Fatty acids are critical for multiple functions, such as heart and brain health.
Selenium. Sardines are rich in selenium, which is linked to reproduction, immune functioning, and metabolism.
Calcium and phosphorous. Sardines are a good source of both, which support bone and teeth strength.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). This antioxidant assists with cognitive functioning, metabolism, and oxygen utilization.
Complete protein. Sardines are a complete protein with 9 essential amino acids that dogs need to thrive.
Copper. Copper is essential for muscular and skeletal health.
Choline. Choline is vital for brain and liver functioning.
Vitamins B1, B2, and B3. These key vitamins are important for dogs to assist with skin and coat health, red blood cell production, digestion, and more.
Vitamin D. Dogs can’t produce this vitamin through sun exposure like humans. Sardines are an excellent source of vitamin D for dogs.
Cobalamin (vitamin B12). B12 assists enzymes as they play a vital role in processes like digestion