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Why should cats and dogs eat fish?

Why should cats and dogs eat fish?

A Huge Range of Pet Food

At We Love Nutrition we offer a huge range of proteins, from poultry to pork. Some of our most popular recipes for both cats and dogs, however, are fish-based.

Why fish?

Fish has fantastic nutritional benefits for both cats and dogs. Different types of fish can contain omega 3 and other beneficial oils for skin and coat health, plus a number of essential vitamins and minerals to support wellbeing. Let’s look at each of the fish on our We Love Nutrition menu and find out a bit more about them…

Salmon

Salmon is seen as a premium fish and as such will give your brand a premium claim Rich in Omega-3, DHA, EPA, Protein and B Vitamins it offers great support for everyday health and well-being.

Haddock

Haddock is a popular fish of choice. It is high in B3 and B6 vitamins. Due to the overfishing of Cod, Haddock is seen as a responsible and sustainable choice of protein.

Blue Whiting

A North Atlantic native, Blue Whiting is a novel and sustainable catch rich in Omega 3 and nutrients which is a lean protein source.

Trout

Trout is naturally rich in Omega-3 in the form of EPA and DHA which help support the immune system, helping to improve skin and coat condition and contains anti-inflammatory properties which can help support the skin, joints and heart health.

Tuna

Tuna is a good protein source which is highly digestible and palatable. It is also an excellent source of selenium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium and potassium as well as vitamins B6 and B12.

As fish has fantastic nutritional benefits for dogs and cats and is ideal for pets who may suffer from allergies to other proteins. Check out our full range at www.welovenutrition.co.uk

 

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