health and nutrition
humanising your dog’s dietFor many years there have been trends for humans concerning what they eat. Whether it’s going plant-based, low-carb, following a Mediterranean diet or avoiding certain meats due to their fat content. However, should we be transferring our ‘human hang-ups’ to our dog’s diet?
get started with grain freeOur precious pups rely on us to give them the care they need and deserve, and part of that care involves making the right choices. Which can involve big decisions, such as what they eat!
got a food sensitivity?Like their owners, dogs can experience sensitive skin and digestion. While this could be a stand-alone or seasonal condition, symptoms can sometimes be caused by an allergy or intolerance to an ingredient in their food. By leaving these issues unmanaged your dog can experience a ‘ruff-time’.
supercharging superfoodsThe benefits of adding superfoods to our diets are increasingly gaining recognition. Rich in certain compounds, these foods hold powerful potential to boost our health and that of our pets.
seizures - what should I feed?Does your dog or cat have epilepsy or suffer from seizures? Is there anything you should feed or avoid? Here is our advice...
signs of sensitive skinScratch a dog and you will have a friend for life. A popular saying! We are used to seeing our pets scratch an itch – while admiring their dexterity! However, is this behaviour a sign your dog or cat is suffering the discomfort of sensitive skin?
electrolyte solution for dogsHas your dog had a bout of the runs? Did you know you can prepare your own electrolyte solution at home to help your dog with diarrhoea?
feeding too much?Are we feeding our cats and dogs the right amount? There more factors affecting how much your pet should eat than you think. Here is how to get it right.
sensitive stomach?Almost every pet especially those with access to the outdoors, will have an upset tummy at some point. But how can you tell if your cat or dog has a sensitive digestion?
renal disease - feed guideThe severity of renal disease is normally graded in stages. Stage 1 indicates the mildest dysfunction, whilst stage 4 indicates the most serious.
stop your dog eating pooCoprophagia or the eating of a dog’s own stools, those of other dogs or other species, is surprisingly common! Here is some advice on how to stop it.
why is my cat not eatingIf your cat has suddenly stopped eating or has shown a gradual decline in appetite, neither scenario should be ignored. Here are 5 reasons why.