Shark Tails are strong and chewy making them a great dental treat and long lasting entertaining chew for medium and large dogs.
This is one of our longer lasting treats. This shark is caught off our northern Queensland waters in a sustainable fashion.
Fish dog treats tend to have a high natural level of omega 3 and 6 which have a lot of claimed health benefits for joints, skin and coat.
Our shark products are either 100% North Queensland Black Tip or Australian Gummy shark. These are both common sharks in Australia caught using sustainable practices with quota’s strictly managed by the Australian Fisheries. They are declared as least concern by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature). They are very common in our Australian waters and not endangered. No threatened shark species are used in our products.
Please also note that these fish are primarily caught for human consumption, often referred to as flake in fish and chip shops and we mainly use the non human consumption left overs which would otherwise be discarded. Nothing is wasted. We do not catch endangered sharks to use just their fins, tails or skin for dog products! We use the left overs of common sustainably fished Australian shark used for human consumption.
100% North Queensland Black Tip Shark. This shark is caught using sustainable practices with quota’s strictly managed by the Australian Fisheries.
Product of Australia: Manufactured in Australia using 100% Australian Shark
Single ingredient product with no preservatives, additives, colours, added sugar, or anything else!
Batches can vary in size and thickness but from a random check of a kilo bag we checked they weighed about 60g each on average.
Most range from 20-30cm, though some tails are too long to fit in our bags and are cut which means you may have some smaller thicker pieces in such batches which are the base of the tail.
300g size comes in a convenient resealable stand up pouch.
1kg bulk come in a resealable flat bag.
Entertaining long lasting dental chew for medium and large dogs.
Unfortunately we do not have this data at this time but expect to have it in the near future