Wild Salmon-Skin Dog Chews: nurture your pup’s inner sled dog

Many have come to realize that dog food companies can put some pretty unhealthy ingredients in their pet food and pet treat products. I love that Vital Choice Seafood has begun making wild salmon skin chews in the shape of those rawhide chews for dogs! These are far healthier than anything we find in stores, they’re nothing but the skin. Keep your pup healthy and happy with our Wild Salmon Skin Pet Chews. Dogs need omega-3s, too!

Our dog Bandit absolutely loves fish skin! I’m sure your dog will too.Bone-shped Salmon Skin Dog Chew


  • 100% Dried Wild Pacific Salmon Skin*

Nutritional Facts

  • Crude Protein 70%
  • Crude Fat 8%
  • Crude Fiber 1%
  • Omega-3s minimum of 2%

Wild Salmon Skin Dog Chew Product Review

  • Natural source of omega-3 fatty acids and lean protein
  • No byproducts, fillers, or rendered materials
  • No nitrites or other preservatives or additives
  • No artificial coloring or flavoring
Order Item #NPT101
Vital Choice’s bone-shaped chews are made entirely of naturally dried wild salmon skin. Nothing else is added – no byproducts, no fillers, no rendered materials.

Each resealable bag contains three individually wrapped chews. Store sealed at room temperature. No freezing or refrigeration required.

Did you know?

Salmon is a huge staple of a sled dog’s diet in many parts of Alaska.

“Dog mushers rely on a healthy catch of salmon to feed themselves and their teams all winter.” ~ Jon Little, Alaska Sled Dog Racer

*Note: The chews are best enjoyed by pets outdoors or on washable surfaces, as they may shed scale particles. They can also impart a fishy smell and traces of oily residue to textured surfaces such as carpets or sheets.

Tip: As non-musher’s we have an old towel we use for Bandit to keep the floor clean when the weather is not suitable for him to eat the chews and other messy things outdoors. The towel is easily folded up and taken outdoors to shake off and toss in the washer.

Omega-3s can support pets’ health

Vets tell us that dogs need omega-3s to support heart health and help prevent or reduce joint inflammation, arthritis, and allergies – with symptoms like dry skin and ear infections – and a variety of other ailments.

Yet, many commercial dog foods are high in omega-6 fatty acids – which generally sustain inflammation – and low in omega-3s. So adding omega-3s to your dog’s diet is a very good idea.Transparency & Appreciation: I want all of my readers to know that I do provide links on this blog to other businesses that sell products that I use and love, I will never post a link to anything that is inconsistent with my ideology.
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Regarding Health and Wellness – This site does not provide medical advice. I am not a doctor or health advisor. My purpose is to share experiences and information as I seek to improve the health of my family through a real food and natural lifestyle. Any statements or claims about the possible health benefits conferred by any foods or supplements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

2 Comments on Wild Salmon-Skin Dog Chews: nurture your pup’s inner sled dog

  1. Judy H.
    12/02/2012 at 8:24 am (9 years ago)

    can you tell me where to go to place an order?
    Judy H.


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