The concept of giving our best friends the same boring meal twice a day for the entirety of their lives is just wrong. Whether it’s mass produced dry dog biscuit . . .
Month: January 2019 Articles
Atlantic pollock and Atlantic sardines combine for a fish supper (or dinner) certain to please any dog, sensitive tummy or otherwise . . .
Kale is a rich source of vitamins A, B6, B9, C, E and K. It is an excellent source of manganese, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus . . .
Because it contains numerous antioxidants, basil is considered to help to prevent the cell damage which can result in cancer in dogs. It also has anti-aging . . .
Parsley is well known for keeping a dog’s breath fresh, but it also has anti-inflammatory properties, can be beneficial to dogs with digestive issues . . .
Chia seeds have many potential health benfits for dogs, including reducing the symptoms of arthritis and any resultant joint pain. Antioxidant-rich . . .
Low in calories and high in fibre, carrots are a great source of vitamin A and a good source of vitamins C, D, E and K together with vitamins . . .
Small and protein-packed, peas are one of nature’s true powerhouses, and, despite their size, amongst the healthiest foods you can feed to your dog . . .
Cabbage is amongst the healthiest vegetables to feed a dog. Lightly cooked, and fed in moderation, it’s an ingredient dogs love and benefit . . .
Low in calories and high in fibre, parsnips are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals and make an excellent and beneficial accompaniment to any dog dish . . .
Turnips have anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and diuretic properties and can help improve a dog’s kidney function and . . .
Low in calories and fat, broccoli is a great source of vitamin C and a good source of vitamins A, K and B9 as well as calcium, manganese and . . .
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