BEEF LIVER BALLS
CHICKEN MEAT BALLS
CROC FORE BONE
CROC HIND BONE
KANGAROO MEAT BALLS
KANGAROO JERKY LONG
LING FISH SKINS
LARGE PORK TWIST
JUMBO PORK ROLL
MINI DOG BISCUITS
SQUID Jerky 500g
Australian SQUID Dog Treats, bulk savings !
OUR SQUID dog treats is just 100% squid. Nothing added, nothing taken away.
THIS is why our squid dog treats in 500g packs will vary in size and colour each time you buy them, but they are 100% aussie, and 100% squid, Genuine authentic the best for your dog.
While their size is often about 200 mm long though they can vary anywhere between 100 mm and 300 mm. They are usually between 30 - 60 mm in width. Their depth is only about 10-20 mm usually. These are 100% natural wild squid caught in Australian waters and vary with the season. We usually provide mostly full squids in the packs uncut, as this preserves their moisture level on integrity.
Its worth remembering that Meat protein is the best thing for your dog, and really assists most dogs on a grain or vegetable diet (the bulk of commercial dog food). And if you feed dogs a lot of meat in their diet, feeding them something more rare, to give them a different protein profile is also very useful for assisting their health.
Because they rarely eat squid (I am guessing) its also likely to be hypo allergenic.
Because your dog is eating a small sea creature, any concerns you might have about large long living sea creatures and heavy metals is also solved. These squid tend to be relatively small and young and are just ones diverted from human food sea catch, to the dog treat chain. You are exceptionally lucky that we are able to source these for now !
These squid dog treats are chewy and pliable, if they dry out they will become more brittle but not dangerous to eat. They are 100% and dried well so they will last anywhere between 6-12 months in pantry conditions.
Squid Nutrition Data
Mineral composition : They are high in Phosphorous, Copper and Selenium.
The squid are also high in Vitamin C, Riboflavin and vitamin B12 (good for dog energy).
Protein wise they are likely to be 18% by dry weight. And typically 733 KJ per 100g (that is the value we found on the nutritiondata site).
They have 7.5% fat Which is higher than some of our other fish treats but below sardine. However just like Sardine they are low in Saturated fat and high in Omega 3 (640mg/ 100g) and Omega 6 (1400 mg / 100g)