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Ingredient(s):100% Australian caught Gummy Shark


  • Shark cartilage dog treats are a fantastic source of Chondroitin Sulphate, Glucosamine Sulphate, Protein & Calcium.


  • Shark Cartilage is also great for pets that suffer with joint or mobility issues such as arthritis and hip dysplasia


  • Nutritional Analysis in last photo


  • Chewing source that is gentler than bone, but harder and more natural than any vegetable source. Chewing strengthens gums and cleans the teeth, NATURALLY


  • Shark cartilage has calcium in a much easier to utilise form for dogs than any vegetable or rock source (just like bones) but it is not as harsh on teeth. So if you are a raw feeder and you want an option besides lamb ribs and chicken necks, then it is an ideal low fat source. Balanced between calcium and phosphorous is correct too.


  • Available in powder form for easy feeding, comes in 80g bottle and 5g spoon 


See below for daily guide of powder. Once results are seen (normally 3-6 weeks) you can reduce to a maintenance amount of 50-80% of dose. Dosage is a guide and can be varied depending on your dogs results. Results vary and there is no gaurentees that your dog will see improvements. research suggests 80% of dogs see some form of improvement when taking it regularly.


Pet’s weight    Initial Dose
< 15kg     5 grams / 1 tsp
15 – 30kg    10 grams /2 tsp
30 – 40kg    15 grams / 3 tsp
40+kg    20grams / 4 tsp

If you are feeding as a chew:

Pet’s weight    Initial Dose
< 15kg     35 grams/week
15 – 30kg    70 grams/week
30 – 40kg    105 grams/week
40+kg    140 grams/week

Shark Cartilage

  • Sharks? Are they endangered?!

    All of our shark products are derived from either North Queensland Blacktip Sharks or Australian Gummy Sharks. They are both highly common sharks in Australia and are caught using sustainable practices in accordance with the Australian Fisheries Regulations. In addition, these sharks are deemed “Least Concern” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

    Please also note that the catches are mainly for human consumption. Treats are made from non-human consumption leftovers which would otherwise be discarded. The sharks are not caught just to use their skin for treats!


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