Sardines - Gulf of Mexico - Wild Caught
Sardines - Gulf of Mexico - Wild Caught
Sardines - Gulf of Mexico - Wild Caught

Sardines - Gulf of Mexico - Wild Caught

We currently have 48 in stock.
$ 18.28

Whole Sardines: each sardine is approximately 5-8" in length. Average individual sardine weight - approximately 2 oz.

Origin: USA Gulf of Mexico

Feeding a whole natural fish is far superior to a processed fish oil. Sardines are a great option to replace commercial fish oils.

Mercury Levels:
Sardines are a sustainable fish feeding mostly on plankton and therefore sardines are classed among the lowest mercury-containing fish.

We believe feeding a whole natural fish is far superior to a processed fish oil. Sardines are a great option to replace commercial fish oils.

Sardines are a sustainable fish feeding mostly on plankton and therefore sardines are classed among the lowest mercury-containing fish.

Dr. John Bauer, a leading veterinary nutritionist, wrote, "Omega-3 fatty acids are critically important in pet neuromuscular development, skin health, and coat quality."

Sardines are a great source of EPA and DHA long-chain omega-3 fatty acids but also high in protein, and provide a range of trace minerals which includes natural forms of zinc, antioxidants and a full spectrum of vitamins including D, B12, E and K.

Omega-3's benefits:

  • Alleviating the harmful effects of allergies and other conditions that result from an over reactive immune system response
  • Slowing the growth of common yeast infections
  • Aiding proper development of the retina and visual cortex
  • Regulating blood-clotting activity
  • Slowing the development and spread of certain pet cancers
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Cognitive function and neurological health
  • Inflammatory skin disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Osteoarthritis.

Ingredients:

Wild caught Sardines

Use:
The Raw Food products are a pet food supplement only, not for Human Consumption.

Handling and consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase you and your pet's risk of a foodborne illness.