Elinora's Fish Skin Treats for Dogs

Elinora's Fish Skin Treats for Dogs

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Elinora’s Fish Skin Treats for Dogs

Are you in the market for a whole new treat for your four-legged friends Elinora’s Fish Skin Treats for Dogs are an excellent source of protein, fiber and omega-3 acids that are beneficial to your dog’s health. Though it may be surprising, dogs can eat fish skin. Not only is it good for their health, dogs love the taste of these dried fish skin treats.

Sourced from deep Icelandic waters, the fish used to make these dried fish skin treats are rich in the omega fatty acids that are essential to your dog’s diet. The oils in these treats are excellent for maintaining healthy teeth and a beautiful coat. The benefits do not stop on the surface, these oils are also helpful in boosting your dog’s immune system.

These fish skin treats are from our partner, SitStay, who firmly believes in carrying only the highest quality treats that they give to their own dogs. These dried chews come in a resealable package because while our pups find them delicious, they tend to be a bit stinky to our human noses. Each package is sold by weight. The large pieces make great replacements for a bone or other chew. For a quick treat, or for smaller dogs, these larger pieces can be easily cut down to whatever size will fit your dog best.

Product Highlights:

  • High in Protein and Fiber
  • Delicious Enough to Drool Over
  • Creates a Beautiful Coat
  • Helps Maintain Healthy Teeth
  • Rich in Omega Fatty Acids
  • Resealable Packaging
  • Great Alternative to Other Chews
  • Easily Cut Down to Smaller Pieces

These Fish Skin Treats are just one of many great treats for your furry friend. For additional healthy options, check out this blog post: Healthy Treats for Dogs

Est. Production Time: 1-2 business days

  • Excellent Source of Protein & Fiber
  • Made of Dried Icelandic Fish Skin
  • Oils Improve Your Dog’s Coat
  • Immune System Booster
  • Helpful During Teething