Big Country Raw Frozen Sardines

by Big Country Raw
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  • Frozen, wild-caught sardines
  • Freshly frozen - No strong fish smell
  • Great tasty and crunch
  • High in Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Can be used as a treat or meal topper
  • Suitable for both dogs and cats of all life stages
  • Comes in a 1 lb bag of approx 20 - 25 peices
  • Available in-store only
  • Sourced in Canada 
In Store Only Made in Canada
In Store Only Made in Canada

Big Country Raw Frozen Sardines are a great meal topper or treat for your pet. These treats are freshly frozen, meaning they do not have a strong fish smell. They have a great taste and crunch your pet will love, and they are high in Omega-3 fatty acids. These frozen sardines are suitable for dogs and cats of all breeds and life stages, meaning all your furry friends can enjoy them. 

This product is available in-store only and comes in a 1 lb bag of approximately 20 - 25 sardines. Please see the specifications tab for more details. Sourced in Canada.

Guaranteed Analysis (per 100g as fed)

Crude Protein (min) 16.0%
Crude Fat (min) 2.0%
Crude Fibre (max) 0.0%
Moisture (max) 78.0%
Carbohydrates (max) 1.0%
Calcium (min) 0.6%
Phosphorus (min) 0.5%
Fatty Acid Profile
LA 0.14%
ALA 0.1%
EPA 0.56%
DHA 1.0%
Calorie Content: 87 kcal

Feeding Guidelines

One sardine = 1 tsp of fish oil

Approximate individual weight 20 grams.  Approximately 20 – 25 pieces per bag.

Ideal Weight Pieces per Daily Meal  Feeding as a Daily Treat
0 - 10 lbs 4 - 6 1 - 3
10 - 20 lbs 6 - 10 3 - 4
20 - 40 lbs 10 - 20 4 - 6
40 - 80 lbs 20 - 30 6 - 8
80 lbs + 30+ 8+

Serving & Caution

Keep raw bones frozen until ready to use.

To thaw, we recommend thawing in a refrigerator for at least 6 to 12 hrs. Once thawed we recommend serving within 3 days. Not intended for human consumption.

Raw bones may pose a potential hazard to dogs and cats. Always supervise your pet when feeding raw bones. Safe chewing technique for meal bones should involve the use of the whole mouth including back molars, chewing side to side before consuming.

TIP: Handfeeding is a training technique to prevent gulping. Hold the raw bone in one hand, teaching them to chew with the side of their mouth to enjoy the treat before swallowing. Offering raw bones frozen may help to prevent gulping from eager eaters, and will extend the chew time for a more enjoyable chew.