Healthy Natural Herring

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1 x 400g pack

Our delicious Herring are packed full of protein and vitamins. Thanks to herring being an oily fish. they're also fantastic for your dog’s skin and coat!

Caught in the Baltic Sea, the herring is gently air-dried to retain its natural goodness and makes great training treats as well as being a healthy supplement to your dog’s diet.

Herring are 100% natural, hypoallergenic, gluten free and veterinary tested. They are also free from any artificial colourings, preservatives or additives and are completely free of any grain, soy or fillers.

Feeding guidelines

Suitable for all sizes of dog from 6 weeks old.

Feed Herring as a treat or reward as part of a balanced diet. Always ensure your dog has access to a bowl of fresh water. Avoid feeding too many treats to your dog in order to maintain a healthy weight.




100% Baltic Herring


Crude protein 58.9%, crude ash 8.76%, fats and oils 21.8%, moisture 8.6%, crude fibre <0.2%

Key benefits

Packed with protein rich Omega 3 for amazing health

An essential fatty acid that must be supplied by the diet because it cannot be created by the body. Omega-3 supports joint mobility, healthy vision, brain function, gut and gum health, and improves coat and skin condition.

Healthy coat and skin
Helps support a silky, resistant and shiny coat and reduce any itchiness, rashes or skin irritation, making your dog feel much happier.

Super low calorie, hypoallergenic and easily digestible
Fish is a great, easily digestible protein source for dogs that helps maintain a healthy weight. Fish treats are also ideal as a snack for overweight dogs or dogs with allergies or intolerances.

Stimulate and strengthen your dog's immune system
Helps stimulate and strengthen your dog’s immune system to quickly and effectively fight infection and reduce inflammation, naturally. 

Great source of vitamin D

Vitamin D is vital to your dog’s wellbeing as it helps the body absorb calcium, which is essential for strong bones throughout your dog’s life.