Why Fish is a Superfood for Your Dog

Why Fish is a Superfood for Your Dog

Fish is a powerhouse of nutrition for your pup, which is why we are well and truly hooked.

Fish is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, essential for your dog's health and well-being. Omega-3 helps keep coats soft and shiny, promotes skin health, improves mobility and joint health, boosts cognitive ability, and has natural inflammatory properties. As well as being full of these vital good fats, fish is also a super lean protein; it's gentle on the digestive system and great for weight management, too. 

Plenty of fish in the sea 

From salmon to sardines, there are many options for adding dog-friendly fish to your pup's diet. But we thought we would throw a spotlight on two health heroes from the fish family, pollock and herring, and give them the attention they deserve.



The super lean, oily fish Pollock is not only rich in omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, it's also bursting with vitamins and nutritional minerals to support your dog's health such as vitamin B12, magnesium, iron, and zinc.


Benefits of pollock include:
  • Supporting joint health

  • Low in calories and saturated fat

  • Gentle on the digestive system

  • Natural anti-inflammatory properties

  • Improves skin and coat condition


    An excellent source of easily digestible, low-fat protein Herring is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin D, vital for keeping muscles, bones, and teeth healthy. 


    Benefits of herring include:

    • Helps to fight inflammation and boost immunity

    • Improves skin and coat condition

    • Supports the health of muscles, bones and teeth

    • Aids weight management

    • Supports the nervous system 

      Catch of the day 

      Brimming with a sea of health benefits for your pup, fish is essential for a balanced and species-appropriate diet. Check out two of our favorites Top Dog products and treat your pup to some fishy goodness with our Pollock & Beef and Herring & Beef.

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