Iceland Pure Cod & Cod Liver Oil Pate for Dogs
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Iceland Pure Cod & Cod Liver Oil Pate For Dogs


Rating: 4.8

Average rating from 23 reviews.

(4.8 out of 5, based on 23 reviews)

Made only with 100% Icelandic Cod and Cod Liver. Only the tender, moist fillet is used - no bones nor skin. Iceland Pure Cod & Cod Liver Paté is made from ocean fish from the clean, pure waters of Iceland. Prepared and dried naturally, without additives, hormones, fillers, artificial flavors, or preservatives. Sealed in air-tight bags to maintain the organolectic characteristics of freshly caught fish. Your dog will love Iceland Pure Cod & Cod Liver Paté! We recommend feeding Iceland Pure 3 or 4 times per week in place of your dog's regular meal.Guaranteed Analysis: Ingredients: Cod and liver, water, excipient Carrageenan (natural seaweed thickener), Nutrition Content per 100 g, Omega 3 Fatty Acids - 0.2g, EPA - 0.7g, DHA - 0.4g, Protein - 13g, Fat - 2g, Carbohydrates - 0g, Ash - 0g, Sodium - 0.1g, Energy 295 kj / 70 kkal. Keep refrigerated after opening. Use within 7 days after opening. Iceland Pure is made by Ifex, the largest petfood producer in Iceland using only 100% fresh fish and no additives.
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Rating: 3


posted 5 years ago

This is a great supplement for a dog's diet, but be careful not to give too much. For older dogs, it may help joint motility and provided extra energy.

Pros: Good source of FA

Cons: Wrong dose = diarrhea

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Scott C.
Rating: 3

Good stuff...if your dog likes it

posted 5 years ago

I had a Schipperke foster who needed a lot of help with her coat. (It was probably a little weather-beaten from being left outside a lot by her previous owner.) I tried giving her fish oil but she did not want it in caplet form, even if I broke it open a poured it on her food. The paste is a little better, but the smell is what turns them off.

Pros: lots of health benefits

Cons: No all dogs like it

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