Healthy benefits come in treat form with the Canine Caviar Omega 3:6:9 Skin & Coat Herring & Split Pea Alkaline Limited Ingredient Grain-Free Dog Treats. Made with premium-quality wild herring and salmon oil, these limited-ingredient treats support a shiny coat and healthy skin, as well as a host of other benefits. And the special recipe also supports an alkaline diet, which maintains proper pH balance to oxygenate the blood and boost overall health. And at just 3 calories per piece, they’re great for training or just simply rewarding man’s best friend.
Grain-free alkaline dog treats made from premium wild herring and salmon oil to support skin and coat health.
Helps to defend dogs against seasonal allergies and is great for itchy skin.
Also promotes cognitive function and neurological health, as well as a normal immune response and cardiovascular benefits.
Limited-ingredient recipe contains no grains, gluten, by-products, corn, wheat, soy, GMOs, chemical preservatives or artificial flavors or colors.
Approximately 3 calories per piece. Great for training, teaching new tricks or as a healthy reward.
My furbaby can actually chew them. She has a very small mouth & teeth. I'll be ordering more & also another one that tastes like watermellon. She has food allergies but she's not allergic to these 2 items. She is 13 yrs old, so she tends to wear out after playing or walking. I adore my furbaby. We go everywhere together!!!!!!!!!!!!
on Feb 7, 2019
We changed to Canine Cavier food and treats and love it all. Only thing is these treats are really small for a 73 lb fur baby.
Really Dry Like Dog Biscuits
on Oct 10, 2018
My package came purple not blue and treats looked like they were dried out. Purchased thinking they were soft treats. My dog absolutely does not like hard snacks. I tried giving to him he wouldn't even try it :( I'm not sure if it package default or if was my fault and i didn't read correctly. Sad it'll go waste my dog only likes soft and chewy training treats maybe ill try mix it with his food. I was so excited to find a limited ingredient treat for my sensitive tummy dog who doesn't receive treats often due to allergies. I keep looking
My Canines Love Fish, but not this caviar
on Dec 13, 2018
No Canine Caviar for my Westies....they love ALOT of treats, but not this one. Also much of the "caviar" was in crumbles and crumbs in bottom of bag. Would not buy again.
My dogs enjoy these treats
on Dec 14, 2018
I have two Boston terriers and they love these treats!
on Jul 29, 2018
My rottie mix loved them! She needs variety so this was a new treat for her and it is good to know they are good for hair and skin.
on Aug 29, 2018
My dog won’t touch this treat. Passed it on. Had same results w/other dogs.
my dogs didn't like it
on Jul 6, 2018
I think they just didn't like the fish!you should not make a minimum on characters...makes me not want to respond!
on Jun 11, 2018
My eight year old Labrador Retriever simply loves them. She knows when I open the package that this is no ordinary treat.
Questionable treats !
on Feb 26, 2018
Canine Caviar is a highly reccomended product is why I buy the food, but these treats ingred seem & look just like the Fish choice on the food. I am sure they are good quality but look just like the food as well ! I'm wondering what is the difference ?