Natural Dog Treats Made From 100% Sustainable Fish Skins
Mr Fisher’s sustainably sourced fish skins are a rich source of omega 3, which is great for joint mobility and brain development. Their rough texture also helps to keep teeth clean and gums healthy!
If it isn’t natural, healthy or generally good for your dog, Goodchap's don’t make it. Their 100% fish treats are packed full of omega 3, high in protein, low in fat, hypoallergenic and wheat and gluten free. All fish based treats are sustainably sourced from established and trusted fish merchants within the UK.
- Low in fat, high in protein & omega 3
- Healthy & natural
- Free from additives, wheat & gluten
- Keeps teeth clean & healthy
- Sustainably sourced
- Eco-friendly packaging
- Made in the UK 🇬🇧
Treat a dog in need: not only are these treats great for your pooch, but every time you treat your dog to a bag of these treats Goodchap's send some to a dog in need at a rescue centre.
Plastic-free recyclable or compostable packaging.
Size: Handy Bag - 25g; Value Pack - 60g
Ingredients: 100% Fish Skins
Analytical constituents: 7.13% Moisture, 2.56% Fat, 87.8% Crude Protein, 11.7% Ash, 1.0% Crude Fibre, 14.7% Nitrogen Nutritional analysis (per 100g): Energy (kcal/100g): 374, Energy (kj/100g): 1586
Directions: Complementary dog food - feed as a treat or reward. Pet food only. May contain small bones. Store in dry, ambient conditions. Colour and size may vary slightly as this is a natural product.
Everyone at Goodchap's believes that dogs deserve only the best. So in 2018 they developed a range of treats and gifts that every hound and human would love, so you can show your four legged friends just how much they mean to you.
As well as making sure their treats and gifts are fit for man’s best friend, they also care about the planet, so they made sure all of their packaging is plastic free, biodegradable and eco-friendly. This way, every time you’re out for a doggy paddle in the sea or walking in the countryside, you can be sure you wont find any plastic pollution from Goodchap's!