Your pup’s your best bud, so it’s only natural you want the best for them. And that likely means belly rubs and walks to the park, not to mention providing them with yummy snacks!
Blue Ridge Naturals Salmon Jerky is for dog owners who won’t settle for subpar dog treats. Here at Blue Ridge Naturals we’re all about real and wholesome ingredients. With our Alaskan Salmon Jerky, your dog has plenty to enjoy.
What’s To Love About Blue Ridge Naturals Salmon Jerky:
- Wholesome ingredients flavored by nature.
- Alaskan Salmon, known for its rich Omega 3 and Omega 6 content.
- A wheat and gluten free treat for pups that suffer from sensitive tummies.
- Salmon has calcium and iron, two nutrients that are vital for a dog’s health.
- Known to promote cardiovascular health
- Crude Protein 30.0% min
- Crude Fat 7.0% min
- Crude Fiber 3.0% max
- Moisture 18.0% max
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids 80 mg/treat
- Omega-6 Fatty Acids 60 mg/treat
- 3,080 kcal/kg
- 25 kcal/treat
At Blue Ridge Naturals, we’re here to provide your pup with top shelf treats. In fact, we have our own team of doggy taste testers and they go nuts over this flavorful jerky, too. Whether your dog’s big or small, these tender salmon jerky treats are sure to satisfy their cravings! Here’s a couple common questions we hear about salmon jerky:
Is salmon jerky OK for dogs?
Our salmon jerky is safe and also packed with protein, calcium, iron and rich Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. It’s filled with other nutrients known to promote cardiovascular and joint health. It’s known for many other health benefits as well.
Can dogs eat dehydrated salmon?
Yes, generally speaking, dehydrated salmon is known to be a safe and very healthy treat for dogs. Alaskan wolves eat salmon regularly. (Especially when the usual meats aren’t available.) But please, always consult your vet. Raw salmon in particular can be unhealthy for dogs. That’s why we hold to the strictest standards. We make sure our treats are prepared properly, and are as safe as possible.
Is Alaskan salmon better?
Evidence suggests that Alaskan salmon eat better nutrients than farm raised salmon. And many claim it’s much healthier as a result. But we’ll leave it at this. Salmon, across the board, has been shown to be a very nutritional meat for dogs. It’s packed with protein, Omega-3’s and 6’s, vitamin B12 and many other nutrients. Healthwise, Alaskan salmon seems to have one of the best – if not the best – reputation amongst the salmon species. But experts tend to agree that they’re all healthy.