Why is fish good for my dog?
At Fish4Dogs we make a range of super premium natural food and treats for dogs and cats with the important difference that we only use fish.
Everyone knows the health benefits of eating fish as part of a human diet, and those benefits are not lost on cats and dogs either.
So, what are the benefits to your pets of eating fish?
Omega 3 is what is called an essential fatty acid and its main effect is as an anti-inflammatory helping with coat condition, skin condition, mobility and cardiac health.
Find out more about Omega 3 and why it is important for dog health.
Skin & Coat Development
A fish diet can help reduce inflamed skin and increase skin hydration which not only leads to good skin health but also promotes great coat condition.
Read more about improving coat and skin condition via fish.
Omega 3 can help reduce joint inflammation and cartilage breakdown resulting in better joint mobility.
See how else Fish4Dogs can help with joint mobility.
With a strong smell and flavour, dogs find fish a welcome and tasty alternative to most bland pet foods.
Find out more about why dogs love the taste of fish so much.
We offer not only low calorie treats but also a weight control complete food that has lower fat and protein content making it a great choice for any dog that requires a more tightly controlled diet.
Read more about the weight control and low calorie benefits of eating fish.
Great for Digestion
The easier digestibility of fish protein reduces the growth of unwanted gut bacteria and is a help for dogs with sensitive tummies and older dogs with slower digestive systems.
See how fish is kind to your dogs tummies.
Sensitivity to wheat and other grains is commonplace with modern dogs, so we use potato and pea as the carbohydrate in our food.
Find out more about our grain free food and treats.
Brain & Eye Development
The combination of minerals, vitamins, protein, fibre and Omega 3 in fish create a perfectly balanced food that gives puppies everything they need for strong and healthy development.
Read how fish can be a critical part of puppy development.