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Cook & feed your dog Herrings

Herrings for Dogs

Low in calories and a rich source of protein and fat, herrings can benefit a dog’s skin and coat, aid the immune system and decrease the inflammation associated with the likes of arthritis. There’s a lot to like about herrings!

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Herrings are dog-friendly!

About Herrings:
An oily fish particularly beneficial to both human beings and to dogs, the herring has been a staple food for at least 5,000 years.

So important was the herring in the Middle Ages that it’s said they prompted the founding of Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Great Yarmouth.

The fish that most of us refer to as the herring today is in fact the Atlantic herring.

Benefits of Herrings:
Herrings are an excellent source of vitamin B12 and a very rich source of long-chain, omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. They are also a good source of vitamins B3, B6 and D and phosphorus.

An excellent source of easily digestible, low-fat protein rich in omega-3 fatty acids, herring can help maintain a dog’s healthy skin and coat, decrease inflammation and benefit the immune system.

If you’re going to feed your dog fish regularly, which you should, herrings certainly rank amongst the best fish you can buy for your canine friend.

Preparing & Cooking:
Remove any bones as necessary, then cook, steam or grill your dog’s herrings before serving.

Serving Suggestion:
See recipe below.

See recipe suggestion below or visit recipes for further suggestions.

Never feed your dog raw herring as there is a risk of them carrying harmful bacteria.

Follow recipe guidelines to ensure moderation and to avoid digestive issues.

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Poached Herring & Potatoes

Poached Atlantic Herrings with mixed vegetables including potatoes, broccoli, carrots, parsnips, apples and peas, topped off with hard boiled eggs.

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