Surf’N’Turf Beef With Salmon Oil biscuits contain no additives or preservatives but are instead home-baked with a host of all-natural, human grade ingredients, which are locally sourced where possible, including:

Beef Liver: which gives this biscuit its main flavour. Liver from pasture-raised and grass-fed animals is extremely popular with dogs due to its taste, but it is also a great source of protein that is lower in fat than muscle meat. Often referred to as nature’s multivitamin, liver is rich in vitamin A, folic acid, iron, and zinc. These nutrients combine to support the health of your pet’s liver, eyesight, nerves, bones, joints, and skin. They also help prevent anemia and avoid fatigue.

Salmon Oil: which is derived from healthy fish fats that make an excellent supplement to your dog’s diet. These fats are rich in omega-3 acids and selenium, which combine to support cognitive function and the health of your dog’s immune and cardiovascular systems. Salmon oil also helps maintain skin and coat health and is recommended for active dogs as it keeps the joints supple, gives extra energy, and has a beneficial effect on reproduction and nerve function.

Oregano: which is best recognised as an herb used for flavouring food, but it also possesses extensive health benefits. Oregano is high in antioxidants and flavonoids and possesses antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and antiparasitic properties. This dog-friendly herb works to prevent a range of illnesses and has been used to help with digestive problems such as diarrhea and gas. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the risk of swelling and arthritis.

Carrot: which is a great low-calorie snack that is high in both soluble fiber and beta-carotene.  The fibrous content aids digestion and it also helps keep your pet’s teeth clean and breath fresh. Beta-carotene, on the other hand, is an antioxidant and a precursor to vitamin A. It is the reason carrots are said to be good for your eyesight. Beyond supporting eye health, vitamin A also assists in supporting a thriving immune system and maintaining skin and coat health.

Parsnip: which is another low-calorie snack option that is high in soluble fiber, meaning it too aids digestion and helps keep your pet’s teeth clean and breath fresh. Parsnip also contains vitamins C and B6, as well as folic acid and potassium. These veggies are good for your dog’s metabolism, support a healthy nervous system, and are beneficial for dogs with kidney disease as they help stimulate kidney function. Parsnips also have antioxidants that help fight cancer.

Organic Rolled Oats: which is a delicious and nutritious cereal grain that is particularly suited to dogs. Oats are a warming grain, that helps strengthen the spleen, pancreas, and immune system, as well as the heart. They are a good source of soluble fiber which makes them effective at lowering cholesterol. Considered a nervine, oats can also act as a general nerve tonic and can be used to treat a variety of nervous disorders.

Buckwheat Flour: which is a nutrient-rich fruit seed with a bold, nutty taste. Despite its name, buckwheat is not derived from grain and, as such, it is a perfect gluten-free substitute for baking. Buckwheat is regarded as a superfood. The protein it contains comprises almost all of the required amino acids in their required amounts, especially lysine, and it is a fiber powerhouse that is effective in alleviating constipation, hypertension, and obesity.