Healthy Dog Treats Reviews
Icelandic+™ Capelin Whole Fish Dog Treat Review
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Dexter The Dog was a happy camper today. When it comes to testing and reviewing holistic and natural pet products, Dexter would like to skip the natural dog grooming reviews and head straight to the all-natural dog treats! Today was his day.
When Icelandic+™ asked me to review their all-natural fish dog treats, I first had to be sure it was a product that met my personal criteria for my pets. With all of the products I use or feed my furry kids, the very first thing I do is read the entire ingredient label. It’s always important to me to know exactly what’s inside a pet product, not just what’s on the front of the fancy packaging, but everything.
Icelandic+ Capelin Ingredients: Icelandic Capelin Whole Fish
Yes, that’s it. Just whole Capelin fish from the pure waters of Iceland. Icelandic+ dog treats and chews are manufactured within FDA, USDA, EU, and MAST standards and regulations, to ensure the freshness, purity, and integrity. I happily agreed to review Icelandic+ Capelin Whole Fish.
When our bag of Capelin treats arrived, I actually did not have time to test them right away, so I placed them in my closet. Dexter, on the other hand, was more than eager to get to work. For three days, he kept going to my closet door and sitting there, looking at me. When I opened the door to get my clothes for the day, he would dart inside, looking up at the bag of Icelandic Fish Dog Treats in anticipation.
Finally, it was time to try Icelandic+ all natural dog treats. These whole fish dog treats are pretty impressive in size, ranging from about five to six inches long. My first thought was how Dexter would handle the size. Would he chew the fish or try to swallow it whole? To ensure safety and to see how Dexter consumed the treat, I held the end as I gave it to him to chew.
Dexter’s eyes bugged out with delight as he carefully chewed the Capelin fish. I was happy with the way Dexter chewed, so provided him with a second fish treat to eat on his own. Once again, he chewed it up bit by bit.
If you have a small dog or a gobbler, I would recommend this process to ensure chewing safety. If it’s a concern, you can easily break the natural fish up into three or four bite-sized pieces.
Since Dexter was so impressed with the Capelin fish, I decided Nutter The Cat and Delilah would also enjoy this healthy fish cat treats. First up was Nutter. I watched as Nutter sniffed the treat and quickly started to lick the fish. Within seconds, he was chomping on the fish and taking off bits to eat. I allowed him to eat half of the fish, then I went to Delilah.
Unlike Nutter, Delilah is a bit shy, so she wondered why I was there watching her. But the fresh aroma of the natural fish took over and she, too, started to lick the fish. Unlike Nutter, she quickly swallowed her part whole, and before I could even get up, she puked it back up. This shows me again how important it is to supervise pets who are eating new things to ensure they manage a product as expected. I will reintroduce the treat to both cats, but in bite-sized portions.
Amazing facts about Icelandic+ Capelin Whole Fish
Did you know that people living in Iceland live longer on average than people in many other countries? Maybe it’s because of their organic approach to farming and fishing, and their focus on sustainable living. Iceland is one of the cleanest fishing grounds in the North Atlantic. Iceland’s coastal waters have strict rules and regulations to ensure purity. Pure. Natural. Unspoiled.
Icelandic+ Capelin are not only a single-ingredient, but they are also line-caught fresh daily in Iceland. Everything that goes into Icelandic+ healthy dog treats are ethically sourced from Iceland. They are never bruised or damaged from nets. Each Capelin is immediately air-dried and are manufactured within FDA, USDA, EU, and MAST standards and regulations, to ensure the freshness, purity, and integrity. I love the way Icelandic+ Capelin Whole Fish are pure, clean and a natural, high-quality dog treats.
Capelin are small, oily fish that are a great source of protein, minerals, Omega-3 fatty acids, and calcium. Providing whole fish to your dog or cat is a much healthier way to supply Omega-3 fatty acids than processed fish oils. Smaller fish like Capelin also contain fewer toxins than do larger fish. Icelandic+™ fish dog treats are available in four different flavors and varieties.: Capelin whole fish, Cod fish chips, Cod fish skin rolls and Redfish skin rolls. Each flavor and variety is 100% pure fish treats for dogs, from the cold waters of Iceland.
Icelandic+ Capelin Whole Fish are not just healthy dog treats, but also can be used to balance a fresh dog food diet. I provide Dexter a balanced, home-cooked diet. While balancing his diet, I often rotate in small, oily fish to help meet his nutritional and fat needs. I am happy to know I have another healthy fish option to include in Dexter’s rotation.
I am totally impressed with the quality of Icelandic+ ingredients and sourcing of their Capelin Whole Fish treats. They were a big hit with all of my pets. If you are looking for all natural dog treats, I can highly recommend these natural fish from Icelandic+™. It’s a huge bonus for me that I can incorporate this healthy dog treat into Dexter’s food preparation. But don’t take my word for it—give them a try for yourself.
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