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Is there too much salt in canned sardines to add to your dogs food every day?



 
 
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Old November 29th 06, 08:29 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
G.hound
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Default Is there too much salt in canned sardines to add to your dogs food every day?

We feed our Greyhounds mixed dry feed and add a tin of sardines in oil
every day. I just realised that canned sardines are probably full of
salt. I checked the back of the tin and there is salt in the
ingredients. We don't like feeding them normal dog food as we don't
trust what goes into it. I thought the sardines were perfect but now
i'm worried about the effects the salt will have on them. Is there any
safer tinned fish, with no salt? Or is normal canned dog meat ok to
spice up the dry mix?

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Old November 30th 06, 05:03 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Is there too much salt in canned sardines to add to your dogs food every day?


"G.hound" wrote in message
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We feed our Greyhounds mixed dry feed and add a tin of sardines in oil
every day. I just realised that canned sardines are probably full of
salt. I checked the back of the tin and there is salt in the
ingredients. We don't like feeding them normal dog food as we don't
trust what goes into it. I thought the sardines were perfect but now
i'm worried about the effects the salt will have on them. Is there any
safer tinned fish, with no salt? Or is normal canned dog meat ok to
spice up the dry mix?


........You can get the sardines packed in water with no salt added. Or get
a can of jack mackerel and rinse it first.

buglady
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