Premium, high quality ingredients blended together to create the most palatable recipes on earth.
Fish4Dogs Salmon, Trout & Catfish come from the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California, USA. Fish4Dogs wants to preserve the environment by sourcing farmed fish, preventing overfishing and allowing the worlds wild fish to thrive in their natural habitat. Ultimately, giving our pets the right nutrition and excellent source of protein they need.
The main carbohydrates we use at Fish4Dogs are sweet potato and pea because they have a low chance of intolerance and sensitivities.
Sweet potato and pea give a balanced Glycaemic Index (GI), this is important to get right so we leave your dog feeling fuller for longer. GI is the measure of the effects of carbohydrates on blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates that break down quickly and release glucose rapidly have a high GI and those that break down more slowly, a low GI.
There are two natural ingredients, fresh from the sea, that we use in our Superior Brand recipes: green-lipped mussel extract and Krill, a type of tiny marine crustacean. Both contain a very pure form of omega-3 and can even further prevent & solve joint, bone, coat, skin and digestion problems.
Native to New Zealand, these marine creatures are a brownish/green color with green outer edges, hence where their name comes from. GLM are an excellent source of Glucosamine and Chondroitin which are essential building blocks in healthy cartilage & bones. Fish4Dogs is one of the only pet food brands that acknowledges GLM as a superior supplement to enhance its Superior Brand Recipes. GLM are added to aid in joint mobility in dogs, especially senior dogs.
Krill is a superior form of Omega-3 and is water soluble for easier digestion. Our Krill is sourced through a Marine Stewardship council certified supply route by QRILL Pet. Because of this, our Krill has 100% traceability and comes from one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world. Krill swim in large swarms of about 60.3 million tons – only .35% of this is harvested leaving plenty of krill for whales and other marine animals.