Issue 129

Have You Heard About Sea Treats?

Fish is well known for its many health benefits, not just for humans but dogs too. It's a great source of protein, amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids, so it can do wonders for a dog's joints, skin and coat.

It is because of all of this that we came across Sea Treats last year.

Who are Sea Treats?

Sea Treats are based in Grimsby and their ranges span cold-pressed salmon oil, fish-based dog food and many fish-based dog treats, including their Whitefish Jerky Small Crunchies which are part of their treat range to be voted number 1 by retailers in the UK.

These crunchy treats make an ideal dental treat or dog owners often say they love to use during training sessions.

Sea Treats tell us their award-winning products, such as these treats, are great for dogs with sensitive tummies or allergies because they're packed full of the natural nutrients associated with fish.

All of their products are made from fresh pure fish and seafood (no meal!) daily in Grimsby in the UK. The company uses only sustainably sourced fish so they can trace all of their products back to the sea the fish came from and they carry the coveted MSC logo - meaning the fish has come from approved stocks by the Marine stewardship council. They achieved the world's first MSC certification, something they are very proud of.

The all-important question - how much do they cost?

Prices vary depending on the product.

For example, their Fishcake Bites with Cheese and Tomato cost £3.99 for a 90g bag and their Whitefish Jerky Small Crunchies cost £7.99 (for a 100g tub) or £25.00 (for four).

They also offer various types of treats in 1kg bags for £17.50 which will last dogs a good amount of time (based on personal experience).

They have so much to choose from, take a look at their online shop at www.seatreats.shop.

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