Dog health matters more than anything else to most dog parents. The healthier and happier your dog, the longer he or she is likely to be part of your life. So many health issues can be successfully treated without veterinary intervention. It’s even been suggested that the vast majority of minor canine ailments can be treated without putting your dog through the trauma of a visit to the vet. Minor dog health problems such as skin and ear infections, digestive issues and weight problems can all be successfully home treated. So if you’re keen to maintain the health of your dog using a natural and holistic approach, please search our archives for your best friend’s particular health issue.
Just as you enjoy food, so do dogs. Dogs may not have quite the number of taste buds as human beings, but they are still capable of enjoying different tastes . . .
Never feed your dog raw salmon (even smoked salmon) or trout. They can contain harmful parasites. Salmon poisoning can be fatal to dogs. Always cook fresh fish first . . .
Add natural goodness and flavour to your dog’s homemade meals (and yours too if you like) by adding one of our handmade Herb Blends comprised of 100% natural . . .
Eggshells are an excellent, easily digestible and natural source of calcium for dogs, as well as containing trace amounts of magnesium, strontium and . . .
Because your dog’s digestive system will need time to adjust to proper food, and to make life as easy as possible for you at this stage, we would suggest . . .
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 . . .
Nutritionally speaking, dry dog biscuit, also known as kibble, is little different from tinned dog food except that the tinned dog food is wet . . .
Ensure your dog has access to plenty of clean, fresh drinking water at all times, not just at feeding time. Water helps . . .
One of the great things about home cooking for your dog is that you can take advantage of seasonal and promotional . . . .