Sardine Mini Quiche
Please note:To avoid weekend transit, orders placed after 10AM PT / 1 PM ET on Wednesday will ship on Monday of the following week.
*You may want to talk to your Vet first regarding how much to feed your pet*
All packages are delivered frozen. Please allow 24 hours to thaw. Keep refrigerated for 3 to 4 days, or keep frozen. Reheat in microwave for 20 seconds if thawed. Ideal for active adult dogs, or adult dogs that need to put on weight.
Ingredients: Sardines, Eggs, Brussel Sprouts, White Rice, Peas, Carrots, Coconut Oil.
• No preservatives of any kind.
• No growth hormones.
• No BHA.
• No BHT.
• No LFBT. (you know this as “pink slime”)
• No artificial coloring.
• All packaging BPA free.
Sardines Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential fatty acid that must be gained through the diet because it cannot be manufactured naturally by the body.
Omega-3 fatty acids in your dog's diet can be extremely beneficial and can aid in eye health, brain development in young puppies, Omega-3’s can also help to manage inflammation in skin and joints along with an extensive list of other physiologic benefits.
Just like we take fish oil supplements for the added health benefits fish oil for dogs shouldn't be overlooked.
Brussel Sprouts Even if you aren’t a fan of brussel sprouts, your pup likely will be! This vegetable is great for dogs and is full of antioxidants and nutrients for your little fluff ball
Coconut Oil is known for improving dogs’ coats, aiding in digestion, and helping to prevent infections in canine
Eggs are a great source of nutrition for dogs. One large chicken egg contains six grams of healthy protein and five grams of fat. Most of the fat in the egg is contained in the yolk. If your dog is overweight, using several whites and only one or two yolks can help bring down the level of fat and calories.
are packed with vitamins, including A, B1, B6, C, and K. Vitamin K can improve bone health. Peas are also high in lutein, an antioxidant nutrient that supports eye, skin, and heart health.
Carrots 100% yes, your dog can eat carrots. Let’s start with all the benefits.
- Rich in beta-carotene which leads to improved skin and coat
- High-fiber helps to solidify your dog’s stools, holy Cow!
- Low-calories & low-fat
- Full of antioxidants to help your pup’s systems
- Don’t forget, improved vision for your dog
- Chewing on carrots can help your dog’s teeth