Dehydrated Anchovies for Dogs & Cats
Campfire Treats’ dehydrated anchovies for dogs and cats are a healthy and irresistible tasty treat for canines and felines alike.
These small ocean fish are rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, minerals and vitamins. The omega-3 fatty acids have powerful positive effects on our pets’ health. Amongst others, omega-3 fatty acids support the heart, skin and coat health of dogs and cats.
The anchovies for these treats come from the pristine U.S. waters of the Pacific Ocean. They are wild-caught by local fisheries.
Fishes range from 4.5 to 5 inches in length.
- Powerful and wide-ranging health benefits for heart, skin and coat health
- Suitable for dogs and cats suffering from poultry or meat related allergies
- Free of any additives, colors, fillers or preservatives
- Sourced and made in the USA
100% wild-caught Anchovies
Crude Protein (min.) 44%, Crude Fat (min.) 38%,
Crude Fiber (max.) 2%, Moisture (max.) 5%
5,040 kcal/kg; 143 kcal/oz
Anchovies are a huge new favorite
Since Campfire natural treats came to town, my dog, Winston, is even happier. We just gave anchovies a try and that seems to have him smiling! One content and healthy little dog, along with the array of Campfire treats we've stocked up on over time. Makes me happy to see the enthusiasm generated when it's treat time. Thank you Stevie and Marko.
Anchovy Fish Treats
I was looking for all natural dog treats and came across these. I tried the anchovies because of the benefits and my goldens just love them. I like that I can buy online or take an hour drive to their store.
Anchovy fish treats
My collie loves these and I like them because they are so healthy for him.
BIG treat for smaller dog
All four of my dogs all love these. I bought them because they were listed as appropriate for smaller dogs, and that isn’t really the case, unless you break them into pieces, so I *almost* deducted a star for that, as I probably would not have bought them if I had known how big they are, but the treats are obviously delicious (to a dog anyway), and breaking them isn’t all that difficult.