Are Fish Based Dog treats Working well for Gun-dogs?

On: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Comment: 0 Hit: 163

Fish is full of natural nutrients, omega oils and is great for coats; Skin, Joints and cognitive function. That’s why our Grimsby (UK) made 100% natural, fish-based Dog treats are a real hit with Working and gundog owners. Fish has long been at the heart of a healthy diet for humans and it is now increasingly recognised that it can be just as beneficial for our pets. It can impart so many good nutrients and healthy properties without the increased risk of weight gain or protein overload which would cause your dog’s internal organs to have to work harder to process the food. All our treats are made from Fresh fish in Grimsby and gently air dried to maintain the healthy benefits. Furthermore, you can relax – our treats are Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified which means they are sustainable, and traceable back to the fishery the fish came from.

We have many working dog customers who have recognized the benefits of feeding fish including Barry Merrison secretary of the Grimsby Gun club who uses the treats to train his own dogs especially the whitefish jerky treats which float on water so are an ideal training aid!.

Sea Treats have a small trade community and one of our trade customers also works his own dogs during the season, Simon Jewitt owner of specialist Stoneycairn gundog and training store based in Doncaster recommends the treats and says: “We treat our own gundogs with the Sea Treats. Our dogs work 5-6 days a week during the season, we find when we give them their lunchtime treats especially the capelin which is full of omega 3 oils their performance in the afternoon is immense. It’s like giving them a natural energy boost! We have not had to change the amount of food we give and our dogs have maintained their weight, reduced their fat level and built muscle – their coats are in amazing condition and have really noticed a difference from using the Sea Treats. The treats are great for young dogs especially when starting to train as they are simple but effective, the right levels of protein and fat and unlike some treats do not send our dogs hyperactive!” 

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