Dog nutrition entails meeting your dog’s nutritional requirements with a well balanced, appropriately proportioned and varied diet in order to maintain its overall health and wellbeing. Like human beings, dogs are omnivores. Their digestive systems have evolved to benefit from both plant and animal-based ingredients, where quality and digestibility are more important than the source of the ingredient. And your dog’s health is more closely related to good dog nutrition than anything else.
If your dog struggles to maintain weight but has been given a clean bill of health by your vet, try bulking up his or her food by adding some extra . . .
Feeding your dog an organic diet would be nice, but for most of us, it’s just not realistic. Just be happy you’re doing your dog proud by making homemade . . .
Digestive enzymes are the catalysts that enable the food we eat to be broken down into nutrients that can be absorbed by our body to produce energy and . . .
We provide our own dogs with natural goodness and nothing but natural goodness. We include rosemary and turmeric in our recipes, but not as preservatives . . .
Bone broth is a time-honoured superfood that is not only being resurrected for dogs, it’s also becoming increasingly popular with health conscious humans too . . .
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fish oil is particularly beneficial in improving joint mobility and for the senior dog, helps combat the discomfort associated with . . .
Dogs have a digestive system similar to ours. Like ourselves, dogs thrive on variety, and their digestive systems are designed to process and benefit from . . .
When you buy a bag of premium dog food, the last thing you expect to find in it is ground up pine trees. It might come as a surprise to some, but not to us . . .
Think about it. If your dog lives to the age of 12 and you feed he or she twice a day, that’s 8760 meals in total. Wouldn’t you feel that you deserved better if you had . . .