Whole Sardines 1 lb

$6.99
  • A top source of omega-3 fatty acids thought to support your pet's immune system and help reduce joint inflammation, alleviate symptoms of arthritis, and reduces skin irritations. 
  • A smart protein alternative for pets with poultry allergies or sensitivities. 
  • Helps keep coats healthy and shiny.
  • Sourced (protein) & produced in the USA. Wild caught in the northern Atlantic.
  • 100% natural -- no preservatives, additives, or flavorings.

 

Suggested Use & Instructions:

  • Add as a supplemental protein or feed as meal. 
  • Cut into pieces or feed whole.
  • Feed according to your pet's age, weight, activity level, and dietary needs. Refer to our feeding guide HERE.

Ingredients: Whole sardines

Calorie Content (ME, Calculated): 1580 kcal/kg   45 kcal/oz

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Additional Information: Product is 100% raw and should be treated as raw meat/fish. Keep frozen until ready to use.

Product Reviews

Score: 5 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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5/5
My GSD Loves sardines
Written by Candice George on 31st Dec 2022

First time getting these, she loved them.

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Written by Deborah Markham on 16th Oct 2022

This is the first time I purchased the raw sardines for the girls. They have been getting a can of sardines every Sunday with their food. We always make a big deal about it being a sardine day. So last week they got their first raw sardine and their food for starting sunday. Both my GSD and my Corgi who have been eating raw since they were babies weren't quite sure what to do with them. I finally ended up chopping them up and sticking them in the food and then they ate them. Since then my GSD will eat them whole just the way they are. The Corgi still is a little skeptical about them, and she actually is my food aggressive dog. So today is sardine Sunday again, and we'll give it a try to see if Daisy will just take it off of her food and eat it. If not it'll get chopped up and be put in her food and that's not a problem. I love the nutritional value they get out of them and I'm sure that once they get used to them it'll be fine.