Nutriment Whole Frozen Sprats

Nutriment Whole Frozen Sprats 1kg

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Nutriment’s whole sprats are frozen fresh to retain their nutritional profile. Responsibly sourced, sprats are small, oily fish which are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids which promote optimal canine and feline health. Whole frozen sprats are a great choice for providing your pets with occasional treats and rewards, whilst supporting their overall health. Our whole frozen sprats are free from fillers, additives and preservatives, which means they are biologically appropriate and easily digestible for optimal health and wellbeing.

100% Fresh British Sprats

As the name suggests, whole frozen sprats include all components of the fish, which provides a wide range of essential nutrition for pets. Sprats contain quality protein as well as being a rich source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids – which are great for promoting bone, heart and joint health. Sprats are also rich in vitamins D, B6 and B12, niacin and phosphorous which contribute to a multitude of bodily functions, as well as iodine which supports the metabolism and thyroid.

Treats such as whole frozen sprats are a biologically appropriate and natural food for dogs and cats. Chewing and gnawing on sprats provides huge enjoyment for pets, as well as causing a natural release of serotonin – the ‘feel good’ chemical. They are also a great way to add a variety of texture and tastes to your pet’s diet.

Raw fish treats for animal health and happiness

Our high-quality whole frozen sprats are a biologically appropriate and great-tasting treat for both cats and dogs. They have a great, chewy texture which provides huge enjoyment for pets, as well as contributing to oral hygiene and health. Whole frozen sprats provide great mental stimulation, contribute to optimal health and are a lean source of protein and other nutrients.

Our whole frozen sprats are individually frozen and available in 1kg sealed bags.

You should always supervise your pet with any treat or bone.


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