Whole Pilchards 1Kg

Whole Pilchards 1Kg

Pilchards are an excellent whole food; meaning your pets eat the eyes, bones, flesh, skin, and stomach contents and this is a great power food for them. Also a great jaw worker and teeth cleaner.

HINT: If your dog or cat are new to pilchards then cut them up small and gradually feed bigger and bigger pieces until they eat the fish whole.

Suitable for cats & dogs, kittens & puppies

Additive-Free – Grain-Free  – Preservative Free.


This product cannot be bought individually. Please visit Variety Meat Boxes to purchase.

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Pilchards are very high in protein and low in fat. They are an excellent source of high-quality proteins with a sufficient amount of all the essential amino acids. Fats in fish are less saturated and the most prominent fats in fish are omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil is also one of the few natural food sources of vitamin D. Vitamins include A, B2, B3 & B5, and D.

NOTE: Our pilchards are whole which is a great complete food, meaning your pets get the eyes and the stomach contents and this is a great power food for them. Feed when your pets are malting to help maintain great skin health.

Vitamin D:

By balancing the body’s levels of calcium and phosphate, this vitamin helps the formation of healthy bones and teeth. A deficiency of Vitamin D can cause rickets.

Recommended feeding:

Can be used as a whole meal

For Dogs: 100 grams per 5Kg body weight per day for adult dogs.

For Puppies & Kittens:  Up to 12 months of age adjust up to approx. 200g per 5Kg per day.

Cats: Approx 100g per day

Every pet is unique and has different nutritional requirements, adjust feeding levels according to activity levels and condition of your pet.

Keep frozen. Once thawed use within three days.


Cats like their meat blends at room temperature (blood temperature. If meat blends are cold, add some boiled water to warm the meat.

Cats get their liquid from their meat, not usually from the water bowl.

Older cats need animal protein, not more carbohydrates, and fats.  http://feline-nutrition.org/nutrition/the-skinny-on-senior-cats-metabolism-explained

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