OMEGA-3 RICH FISH SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD
TRACEABLE | COOLING | SUPER NUTRIENT-DENSE
Serve raw to your dogs, turtles and chickens. We do not recommend any seafood for cats.
Feed up to 10% of your animal's menu/meal plan as a boneless omega-3, vitamin/mineral-rich supplemental food.
ONCE DEFROSTED, feed/use within 1-DAY.
Intended as a supplemental food or treat, THIS IS NOT a balanced food or diet.
DOES NOT contain adequate calcium.
Feed up to 10% of the diet: either as a omega-3 supplemental food, seafood meal for a balanced over time menu, or as the seafood component of a balanced DIY diet.
INGREDIENTS (VARIED SPECIES/NON-STANDARDIZED): 80% RAW WILD seafood blend of Imperfect Boneless Fillets/Scraps/Trimmings oddball extras from Local Seafood Mongers (varies) + 20% vitamin-mineral rich, omega-3 rich raw COD LIVERS from Alaska's Bering Sea (100% USA Caught/Cut/Packed/Delivered. Processed and deep frozen at sea for safety)
LEARN ABOUT OUR INCREDIBLE RAW COD LIVERS: Whole, raw, fresh/frozen Cod Livers are AN INCREDIBLE SUPERFOOD being one of the BEST sources of omega-3 and omega-9 in the world, and an amazing source of important vitamins & minerals. Third-party tested for contaminants and lipid analysis; incredibly low in mercury and undetectable levels of PCBs! SUPER CLEAN & Safe: Ridiculously HIGH in n-3 polyunsaturated long chain fatty acids (PUFAs), namely eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA); incredible source of bio-available preformed vitamins A, D, E, and B12, as well as taurine (2-aminoethanesulfonic acid); excellent source of important minerals including selenium and iodine; high potassium yet low sodium concentration, and an unusual animal source of vitamin C.
Cod livers naturally degrade VERY quickly (within hours). They start to naturally ferment once defrosted, so you can expect them to become slimy and gooey very quickly. We recommend cutting them into pieces appropriate for your dog while still frozen or mostly frozen/partially frozen and refreezing. Start with a little piece. More than any other liver, because they are so much more nutritious and lipid-rich, overfeeding may result in loose stools. These are very rich and nutrient-dense; consider like a supplement. Each dog will have their own tolerance level, so proceed slowly when adding to their meals. Some dog may require large amounts ot correct a nutritional imbalance or deficiency, but you may need to adjust carefully and as needed based on their tolerance and response, which may change over time.