Mackerel Tails Dog Treats

Mackerel Tails Dog Treats


Indulge your pup with our 100% Australian Single-Ingredient Mackerel Tails Dog Treats. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids for a luscious coat and joint support, these treats are a guilt-free delight with no additives. Promote dental health and give your dog the taste of the Australian coast in every savory bite. Pure, natural, and sustainably sourced – a treat your furry friend will love. Order now for tail-wagging happiness!

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Mackerel Tails Dog Treats

Introducing our 100% Australian Single-Ingredient Mackerel Tails Dog Treats – a wholesome and delectable reward for your furry friend. Sourced from the pristine waters surrounding Australia, these treats are a natural and nutritious way to pamper your pet.

Key Benefits:

  1. Pure Australian Goodness: Our Mackerel Tails Dog Treats are made from premium-quality mackerel sourced exclusively from Australian waters. Packed with essential nutrients, these treats support your dog’s overall well-being.
  2. Single-Ingredient Simplicity: We believe in transparency and simplicity. These treats contain only one ingredient – Mackerel Tails. No fillers, additives, or preservatives. Your pet gets pure, unadulterated goodness in every bite.
  3. Rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Mackerel is a powerhouse of omega-3 fatty acids, promoting a healthy coat and skin for your furry companion. These essential fats also contribute to joint health, ensuring your dog stays active and playful.
  4. Dental Health: The natural texture of Mackerel Tails helps promote dental health by reducing plaque and tartar build-up. Chewing on these treats can be a satisfying and enjoyable experience for your dog, while also supporting oral hygiene.
  5. High Protein, Low Fat: Ideal for dogs of all sizes and breeds, these treats are high in protein to support muscle development and maintenance. With low fat content, they make for a guilt-free indulgence that won’t compromise your dog’s waistline.
  6. Sustainably Sourced: We are committed to sustainability. Our Mackerel Tails are sourced responsibly, ensuring that your pet’s treats have a minimal impact on the environment.

Give your dog the taste of the Australian coast with our 100% Australian Single-Ingredient Mackerel Tails Dog Treats. Whether as a training reward or just a special treat, you can trust in the quality and purity of our product. Order now and let your dog experience the goodness of Australian mackerel in every tail-wagging moment!

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Additional information

Pack Size

150g, 250g, 500g, 1Kg


100% Australian Mackerel

Nutritional Analysis

Protein 68.9g/100g
Total Fats 11.8g/100g
Carbohydrates <0.1g/100g Ash 6.6g/100g Moisture <8g/100g Energy 1830 kJ/100g


Quick snack or reward

Size and Packaging

Australian Mackerel Tails are a natural product, sizes will vary, however, they are usually between 5-7cm in length

Packaged on convenient resealable pouches to help maintain freshness from 150g to 1kg pouches

Benefits and Risks


Can dogs eat mackerel? Yes, dogs can eat mackerel. However, this fish is not recommended for dogs with pancreatitis or obese ones because it is high in fat. Opt for smaller mackerel varieties instead of larger ones like king mackerel, since they contain less mercury.


  • Dogs can eat mackerel. Mackerel is a good source of iron, omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, and vitamins B12 and B3, which support brain, nerve, and heart health.
  • Mackerel is high in protein which is essential in cell growth and muscle repair.
  • Mackerel contains antioxidants that help boost immunity to free radicals that damage the cells.


  • While the smaller common mackerel is generally safe for dogs to eat, the king mackerel and Spanish mackerel contain high levels of mercury. Excessive consumption may lead to mercury poisoning in dogs.
  • Canned mackerel might contain preservatives and added flavoring that causes adverse effects on a dog’s health.
  • Raw mackerel may contain harmful parasites and bacteria that can cause diseases.
  • Dogs with pancreatitis or on a low-fat diet should avoid having mackerel in oil.


  • Opt for the North Atlantic mackerel variety for lower mercury content.
  • Fresh mackerel is the healthier option over canned mackerel.
  • Clean the mackerel before cooking. Cook the fish thoroughly. Remove the bones, only serve the flesh as an occasional treat in moderation.



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