As the term implies, Life Stage Feeding entails feeding your dog according to his or her life stage. That makes sense for puppies . . .
Month: August 2019 Articles
By definition, ‘Complete and Balanced’ means that a dog’s entire nutritional requirement is met by its diet. Our homemade dog food recipes have been specifically . . .
Of all the ingredients you need to add to your dog’s food when you home cook for your best friend, water is probably the most important and almost certainly . . .
Low in calories and rich in dietary fibre, swede can help enhance a dog’s immune system and has anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties . . .
Beef is rich in vitamins B6 and B12, high in iron and zinc, phosphorus, selenium and carnitine, and a prime source of high quality protein for dogs. Eaten by . . .
Ideal for a dog with a sensitivity to chicken or beef, lamb is an excellent source of easily digestible protein, packed with essential amino acids and a good source of . . .
Brussels sprouts have high fibre content which is good for the digestive health of our dogs. It is also rich in vitamin K which helps support healthy bone development . . .
A fabulously nutritious flowering plant related to spinach, quinoa is an excellent, complex, slow-release carbohydrate particularly beneficial to dogs . . .
Peanut butter is amongst any dog’s favourite treats. It helps with a dog’s bad breath, can help with canine diabetes, and contains healthy fats which provide a dog . . .
Pasta is an excellent source of slow-release energy making it particularly beneficial for active dogs. Just feed in moderation if your dog has the tendency to pile on . . .
Dogs do not necessarily have to gain weight once they have been neutered or spayed. Any weight gain apparent in a neutered . . .
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