Sea bone with krill
and salmon

Beef rawhide, salmon, krill, New Zealand mussels, spirulina

Crude protein: 88,1%
Crude fat: 4,7%

Crude ash: 1,7%
Crude fibre: <0,4%

Combination of salmon and krill with the addition of spirulina and New Zealand mussels and salmon skin. Salmon skin is a source of highly digestible protein with high nutritional value. Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, it is an excellent addition to a dog’s diet. The fatty acids in the skin stabilize the immune system, improve joint mobility, extinguish inflammation in tissues and organs, and improve the performance of the cardiovascular system. It supports the functioning and development of the nervous system.


Krill is a rich source of essential fatty acids, including omega-3s, and astaxanthin, which is a much stronger antioxidant than vitamins A and E. It is a natural source of 18 amino acids, 11 vitamins, and over 70 minerals, making it an extremely desirable ingredient in any dog’s diet. The unique combination of EPA and DHA fatty acids with phospholipids makes them much more digestible than fish products.


New Zealand mussel extract is rich in glucosaminoglycans (GAGs), omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids, silicic acid, minerals, vitamins (E, C, A, D1, D3, B1, B2, B6, B12), and trace elements (calcium, iodine, iron, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium, zinc). Glucosaminoglycans (GAGs) are a structural component of intervertebral cartilage and joint fluids, making New Zealand mussels a gradual, natural way to nourish joints.


Spirulina, thanks to its macro- and micronutrient content, high content of unsaturated fatty acids and folic acid, which are rich in iodine, makes the product recommended for the prevention of many diseases, such as cancer. Regular consumption of seaweed in the diet inhibits the formation of dental calculus measured by the amount of dental plaque. The product has a beneficial effect on nose and coat pigmentation.

Available sizes:

1/120SEA – 12cm 55g

1/170SEA – 17cm 115g