100% Pure Icelandic+™ Mini Cod Fish Chips
With our Mini Cod Fish Chips, you can treat your dog to a crunchy, all-natural snack that features just one ingredient—pure Icelandic cod (no additives, no preservatives and no supplements). They’re caught daily in the icy-cold waters of Iceland and are processed immediately for freshness you can count on without a heavy fishy smell. A rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids, these delectable dog treats promote healthy skin and a shiny coat. They also offer dental benefits, reducing tartar and plaque build-up for healthier gums and teeth. With a single source of protein—100% natural and edible Icelandic cod—these tasty treats are easy to digest and ideal for dogs with food sensitivities.
The Mini Cod Fish Chips are a small bite and the perfect size for training or small dogs.
"These are the perfect training treat - they fit in your pocket and don't crumble or turn to mush like other treats. No flaking or breaking or falling apart! They are also the perfect tracking treat and while not an overpowering smell, the dogs go nuts for them." - D. Owens (Dog Trainer for 27+ years and thousands of obedient dogs, trainer for TV and Film, police dogs, show events, and a trainer of dog trainers.
Ingredients: Icelandic Cod
Guaranteed Analysis: Protein (Min) 87%, Fat (Min) 1%, Fiber (Max) 0%, Moisture (Max) 10% (3,100 Kcal/kg = 88.57 kcal per oz)
Do you smell ammonia? That's normal!
Our Cod Fish Chips come from Iceland and are processed the same day they are caught - we never use any type of preservative and the process is natural in that we air-dry everything. By air drying we naturally preserve the fish meat and skin - keeping it full of flavor and nutrition. The Cod Mince or Chips are just the little pieces of cod that come off the fish when filleted. That mince is then formed into the chip or patty that you see today. What you are smelling is the natural scent of ammonia that comes off of any ground fish - that's not cooked but naturally preserved. It's completely harmless and will dissipate as it remains open to oxygen. Please rest assured that what you are experiencing is normal and shows that we take strides to follow the best process for making our treats. The treats and fish in Iceland are considered a delicacy and the ammonia smell is part of their culture. We agree with you that the initial smell can be a bit shocking and will vary from bag to bag - but it's very much a normal part of the experience, albeit an interesting one.