Ling Fish Skins Dog Treats (Australian)
Ling Fish has three main varieties: Pink Ling, Rock Ling and Tusk. They are closely related, eel-like species of fish with long, tapering bodies. Ling fish are most plentiful in the continental slope off southern Australia, hence the reason why they are available for dog treats in Australia.
IF Ling skin supply is out, please consider Salmon skin twists.
Several of the main points about the nutrition information below are that there are 0% carbs in Ling (great for dogs on a manufactured dog food diet that are mainly eating grain) and there is only 1-2% fat! With a whopping 19% protein (in wet fish, x3 in dry) it means that that Ling is a great source of animal protein for your dog – the building blocks of cell maintenance and repair.
Nutritionally Fish skins have a high amount of COLLAGEN type 2 – that is great for joint support – COLLAGEN INFORMATION
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Note that this dog treat is only LING SKINS DOG TREATS, and the data below is for the raw whole fish.
Ling Fish Nutrition 100g
- Calories 87
- Total fat 1-2 g
- Cholesterol 40 mg
- Sodium 135 mg
- Total Carbs 0 g
- Protein 19 g
Ling has many vitamins and minerals in it, but these are the main ones:
Minerals: Highest in Selenium 36 mg (52% adult human RDI), Magnesium 63 mg, Phosphorus 198 mg.
Vitamins: Vitamin B6 0.3 mg (15% human RDI); Roboflavin 0.2 mg, Niacin 2.3 mg.