Salmon & Blueberries
Yappetizers salmon and blueberries dog treats are made from 100% wild salmon and blueberries. Unlike many treats on the market, this all-natural pure salmon dog treat infused with blueberries contains no additives, preservatives or unnecessary fillers. This hand-made treat is processed in a CFIA-certified facility in Richmond, BC. Each treat has the equivalent of one pound of raw salmon.
The equivalent of one pound of raw salmon goes into the making of each medium bag. Yappetizers salmon and blueberries dog treats are dehydrated over a long period, re most of the moisture. This long dehydration process allows this treat to be shelf-stable for around two years without using harmful preservatives.
These all-natural dog treats contain no glycerin, found in most salmon jerky chews. This is important as glycerin can cause significant side effects, including nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Yappetizers salmon and blueberry treats have a cracker/biscuit-like consistency which can be easily broken into the desired pieces. These treats are great for use as training and reward treats.
Can Dogs Eat Salmon?
Salmon is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and is low in calories. These fatty acids support your dog’s immune system and may help with inflammation in the joints. Salmon is also a good protein source and can help keep your dog’s coat shiny and healthy. Like most things in life, moderation is the key. Dog treats should be used as supplemental feeding only.
Are Blueberries Healthy for Dogs?
Blueberries are great for dogs in many ways. Blueberries contain antioxidants, fibre and Vitamins C and K. These nutrients can help support your dog’s immune system and help contribute to overall health.
How are these treat made?
Yappetizers pure grain-free dog treats are made with 100% pure wild salmon. Depending on the season and supply, various salmon species may be used. These treats can be made with either pink salmon, sockeye salmon or chum. All fish is headed and gutted, leaving just the fish’s best nutritional parts. The fish is then hand-formed, placed on racks, and dehydrated for over 20 hours to ensure shelf stability. The products are then packaged in a CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection) certified facility and shipped to your furry friends.