Yes!Sardines,like other fish,are good for dogs to eat. Giving your dog a few sardines a week is easy to do,and your dog will likely love the taste.
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Are sardines good for dogs?
Sardines have positive nutritional value for your dog. Sardines, like other fish, are a great protein source for dogs and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids鈥攕uch as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Sardines are also rich in Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, calcium, and the antioxidant selenium.
Can dogs get mercury poisoning from sardines?
Generally, no, pet parents who are interested in feeding their dogs sardines do not have to worry about mercury poisoning. As bait fish, sardines are pretty low on the food chain and do not live long enough to accumulate significant quantities of mercury. Sardines are a high-fat food for dogs.
Are sardines the wrong fish to eat?
Sardines are not the wrong fish, so they shouldn鈥檛 cause health problems. If you feed too much of any fish, you can face problems with thiamin deficiency, but you鈥檇 have to feed an enormous amount of raw fish for that to happen. Never feed a fish-only diet. Ask a Vet Question
How often should I Feed my Dog sardines?
I recommend having one or two days a week that you feed sardines. You don鈥檛 need to feed them every day to see the good effects. Since you will be adding calories, lower the amount of other dog food you give them on that day to balance out their total calorie intake.