May 1, 2019

How to calm dogs with anxiety naturally

Anxiety and mental health issues have been a growing problem among humans in the modern age. One novel treatment has been the use of therapy dogs and there’s been numerous success stories of four-legged heroes helping people alleviate stress and depression. At the same time however our dogs might be suffering from similar concerns. One […]

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September 13, 2019

REHYDRATE JUST ADD WATER FOR A COMPLETE & BALANCED MEAL

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July 2, 2019

Probiotics and prebiotics for your dog

There’s been no end of articles, drinks and supplements promoting gut health for humans over the past few years. But you may not have considered whether any of this could be relevant to your dog. Should you share a little kefir with your dog? Will a little fermented cabbage in their bowl help them? The […]

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May 1, 2019

How to tell if your dog is overweight and how to help them lose fat

Obesity among dogs is a big problem: both in the UAdd ModuleS and Australia approximately 1/3 of dogs are overweight and the number climbs even higher for some breeds and types. Clearly, obesity is not great for their health – its linked significantly with osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, liver disease, cancer, shorter life spans and lower quality of life. The […]

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May 1, 2019

The best food for small breed dogs

Selecting the best small breed dog food is no walk in the park! From raw food to kibble, there’s just so much to choose from. But, what exactly is the best small breed dog food? And how does a concerned pet parent figure out what’s best for their pint-sized pup? In this article, we’ll cover […]

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June 29, 2018

Can my dog eat that?

We want dogs to have the best diet possible and we love it when pet parents add some fresh food to their dog’s bowl, as long as its safe and balanced. Dogs are pretty good at sneaking snacks they perhaps shouldn’t, particularly from guests, children and from food left out so we’ve put together a […]

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June 1, 2018

How to hygge with your hound this winter

Winter is coming, and to get the most out of it we recommend embracing the Danish and Norwegian ethos of hygge (pronounced hue-guh). It’s mulled wine and log fires, autumnal walks and Ugg boots, excessive pillows and John Candy movies. In other words, it’s the best way to spend winter with your dog. We’ve put together our […]

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