Our homemade dog food know-how section is full of tips and tricks to help you feed your dog the food he or she really deserves. Yes, making homemade food for your dog is a little less convenient, but it doesn’t need to be a chore and there is no denying it can make the world of difference to the health of your best friend. So please browse our various categories, be amazed at the variety of ingredients you can feed your dog, and when you’re ready, why not give some of our homemade dog food recipes a try?
Rich in fibre and protein, gluten-free haricot beans make a tasty, highly nutritious, low calorie, low fat snack, ideal for any dog who is overweight or who suffers . . .
Nutrient-rich kelp can help improve the overall health of your dog. It helps improve a dog’s skin and coat, can reduce itchiness, improve thyroid function . . .
Anal sacs, sometimes referred to as anal glands, sit at your dog’s rear end either side of the anus. When your dog defecates, a small amount of the fluid . . .
Glucosamine is a major component of joint cartilage, the tough, spongy, protective layer that protects the bones in your dog’s joints from rubbing against one . . .
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 . . .
With diuretic, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, goldenrod is useful in maintaining healthy kidney and bladder function in dogs, can aid . . .
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 . . .
For all round good gut health, we recommend feeding your dog a spoonful or two of natural yogurt several times a week. It’s a useful standby for when your dog . . .