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Finer by NatureIQF SPRATS RAW

Finer by NatureIQF SPRATS RAW

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BOX OF 12 - £64.80


Sprats IQF raw 1kg Bag


 Equivalent to £5.40n per portion

Working Dog Sprats IQF Raw 1kg Bag. 

Made with 100% Atlantic Sprats landed in the  West Country whole Sprats and nothing else, our mince has a great texture that dogs love, super fresh made from frozen material not defrosted ensures our sprats smell great, tastes great, looks great

  • Super fresh product
  • Never defrosted for production unlike the majority of producers
  • Great texture that dogs love.
  • With all our products you can see every particle, no hiding poor ingredients
  • Excellent margins for you, the retailers
  • Perfect for DIY feeders
  • No Mush!
  • Available in 1kg bags for best economy
  • Made in Hereford using UK meats


100% Atlantic Sprats (Individually Frozen)


Crude Protein 20-25g
Crude Fat 5-10g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 500-1500mg
Vitamin D 200-500 IU
Calcium 50-100mg
Phosphorus 200-400mg
Magnesium 30-50mg
Iron 1-2mg
Crude Fibre less than 1%
Ash 8%

Please note that these values are approximate and can vary depending on various factors

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Additional Information

Here are some potential health benefits of raw whole sprats as part of a dog’s regular diet, based on general knowledge:

  1. Nutrient-rich: Sprats are small fish that are packed with nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Omega-3 fatty acids are known to have anti-inflammatory properties and can benefit a dog’s skin, coat, joint health, and overall immune system.

  2. Protein source: Protein is essential for dogs as it provides the building blocks for muscle development, repair, and overall growth. Including raw whole sprats in a dog’s diet can provide a high-quality protein source that is easily digestible.

  3. Dental health: Chewing on whole sprats may help promote dental health in dogs. The act of chewing can help to mechanically remove plaque and tartar from teeth, which may contribute to better oral health and fresher breath.

  4. Variety in diet: A balanced and varied diet is important for dogs to ensure they receive a wide range of nutrients. Including raw whole sprats as part of a rotational feeding plan can offer dietary diversity and may help prevent nutrient deficiencies.

  5. Natural food source: Raw whole sprats are a natural food source for dogs, and some pet owners who follow a raw food diet, also known as a raw or BARF (biologically appropriate raw food) diet, may choose to include sprats as part of their dog’s raw food regimen.

It’s important to note that a dog’s dietary needs may vary depending on their age, size, activity level, and overall health condition.

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