When dogs get a whiff of raw fish, they immediately know how delicious it is and will want to eat more. Fish can be a great part of your dog's diet and can make the fussiest eater clean their plate.
The smell of fish provides dogs with high pre-meal excitement, especially dog breeds that come from mountains and coastal regions. Fish is naturally high in protein which is good for strengthening muscles and keeping up with their energy levels. It makes a great part of your dog's weekly diet.
Fish are the best source of Omega-3 acids, protein, and Vitamin D. They will also provide natural calcium and minerals that most seafood is high in. Fish is naturally high in healthy fats and should be consumed sparingly.
Adding fish to your dog’s diet can reduce skin issues and give them a shinier coat. It can also support your dog’s ligaments' health and development. The serving size is important and will depend on your dogs' size and the rest of their diet.
Sardines For Dogs
Sardines are high in B-12 and happen to be a ‘complete protein’, which means they contain all nine amino acids your dog will need for complete muscle health.
Sardines are a source of selenium, an important mineral that helps to protect cells from damage. It is found in many foods, including sardines.
Sardines are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for puppies' brain development. Omega-3s help to promote cognitive function and healthy neurological development. They also have anti-inflammatory properties, which can be beneficial for puppies with allergies or other inflammatory conditions. Sardines are a great source of protein and other nutrients, and they're easily digestible, making them an ideal food for puppies.
Sardines are also especially high in Q10, AKA Ubiquinol, which is a vitamin-like substance that can benefit the liver, heart, and kidney.
Raw sardines are the better choice since tinned sardines are packed in olive oil and often will be seasoned. Making our raw sardines one of the best options on the market for your dog.
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Sardines are still high in fat content and should be served moderately and mindfully.
Salmon For Dogs
Salmon is another good fish option for dogs. It is full of omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial to skin and coat health in many breeds.
More importantly, it is a popular fish with our canine friends.
In addition to being a healthy option for your pup, Salmon is also a delicious treat that most dogs will love. If you're looking for a new way to add some variety to your dog's diet, try serving them up some mackerel next time!
If your dog is new at eating raw fish, don’t worry about removing the bones. Feed the fish whole and raw.