Sea Treats Natural Salmon Bites are ideal for any size dog.
These crunchy fish treats are packed with natural goodness. Promoting the health and wellbeing of your dog.
Salmon contains a healthy balanced level of Omega 3 & 6.
As these treats are a natural product, the actual size may vary a little. On average, they are on average approximately 20mm – 25mm wide and 10mm deep.
There are absolutely, NO additives or preservatives. They have a minimum 35% Salmon, Whitefish content (which is 100% fresh Salmon), 25% Minimum Whitefish ( which is 100% fresh whitefish), 40% Potato
Sea Treats Natural Salmon bites are:
- Low in saturated fat
- A Natural source of protein and nutrients associated with Salmon and Whitefish
- Made with Fresh Salmon and Whitefish (not whitefish or Salmon meal)
- Free from artificial colours and preservatives
- Wheat, Soya, Dairy ,Gluten and Grain free
Sea Treats are the world’s first fish-based dog treat manufacturer to be MSC certified, an accolade we and they are extremely proud of.
Sea treats Natural Salmon Bites are made with a 100% natural premium quality ingredients,
The fish is sourced daily, exclusively from Marine Stewardship Council approved sustainable fisheries and responsible suppliers.
Sea Treats fishcake bites are hypoallergenic, grain free, naturally high in Omega 3.
Free from additives and preservatives to supplement your pets daily diet with all the nutrients their body requires.
Treat your dog today and see the benefits!
The MSC is considered the world’s premier authority on sustainable fishing. Their assessment procedure is recognised as one of the most rigorous and comprehensive of its type.What is the MSC?
The MSC, which stands for Marine Stewardship Council, was founded back in 1997.
They are an international, not-for-profit organisation who run an exciting and ambitious program, Aiming to transform the world’s seafood market and promote sustainable fishing practices.
MSC sustainability standards were developed through intense collaboration. Scientists and conservation groups, along with experts and stakeholders from within the fishing industry.