Organic Green Lipped Mussels
These human food grade dog treats tick every box for your best mate - natural, good for them, and doggone delicious.
New Zealand's Green Lipped Mussel has the super(dog)food trifecta of omega-3s, chondroitin, and glucosamine to support joint health and other inflammation-related health concerns.
At Gourmate Pet Treat Co. we take the very best organic mussels from the cold, clean waters of Stewart Island and snap freeze-dry them to lock in the nutritional benefits.
With no preservatives or additives put in and nothing taken out, our mussels are a delicious natural treat full of beneficial mussel oil.
Not for human consumption. Sorry
Gourmate Pet Treat Co. Green Lipped Mussels are a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins and minerals for your dog's eyes, coat, cardiovascular health and immunity
Humans also take Green Lipped Mussel extract to improve other ailments that involve inflammation such as arthritis, asthma, psoriasis and bowel conditions
- 100% organic Green Lipped Mussel meat (Perna canaliculus)
- Sourced, prepared, freeze-dried and packaged to human food grade standards
Gourmate Pet Treat Co. mussels are processed with care to ensure their efficacy. No oils removed before freeze-drying and no cooking or heat drying
No additives or preservatives
Gluten free, dairy free, and grain free dog treats (it’s just Mussels)
Pet treats are intended for supplement feeding only. We recommend 1-2 mussels per day
- Freeze-drying removes the moisture from raw food to preserve it. Freeze-dried mussels may be included as part of a BARF or raw diet
Sustainability & Environment
- Proudly New Zealand sourced, made, and owned
- As filter feeders Green Lipped Mussels need only seawater to grow and therefore are a highly sustainable animal protein
- Gourmate Pet Treat Co.'s mussels are sourced from a certified organic farm
- Home compostable packaging made from TÜV Austria certified materials
- Reuse your resealable packs and when you are ready put in your council or home compost