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Flax Seeds

Flax seeds provide your dog with cardiovascular benefits, improved digestive health and immune system protection, together with anti-inflammatory benefits which help protect against arthritis.

About Flax Seeds

Flax seeds are the seeds of the flax plant, a plant known to have been grown as a food crop for more than 9,000 years in the regions of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. One of the oldest fibre crops and one of the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids on the planet, flax seeds are unquestionably considered a superfood today.

Flax seeds are rich in dietary fibre, vitamin B1, magnesium, manganese, copper and phosphorus. Most importantly, they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, responsible for so many of its numerous health benefits.

Antioxidant-rich with anti-inflammatory properties, flax seeds are considered to have the ability to fight cancer, to lower cholesterol, to reduce inflammation and to control blood sugar levels. They are also beneficial for digestive health and beneficial to dogs suffering with both diabetes and arthritis.

All in all, flax seeds pack an awful lot into a tiny seed, and it makes good sense to add them to your dog’s diet!

Flax Seeds form part of our Poultry Herb Blend, a unique blend of herbs for dogs hand crafted by our team here in rural Somerset to enhance the flavour of poultry.

Developed as a herbal supplement to add essential vitamins to your dog’s meals, it includes Alfalfa Herb Powder, Dried Cleavers, Ground Flax Seeds, Oregano, Parsley and Pumpkin Seeds, every one of which has proven health benefits for dogs.

It sits alongside our other herbal blends for dogs as a herbal supplement to bring dogs natural and healthy nutrients just the way nature intended.


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Flax Seeds for Dogs (50g)

The plant world’s richest source of omega-3 fatty acids, flax seeds are also rich in fibre and protein making them almost a complete food in a seed.

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