Boiled, mashed or baked, in moderation, dogs enjoy potatoes nearly as much as we do. They’re a good source of vitamins C and B6, potassium, manganese and fibre . . .
Celery seeds have anti-inflammatory properties and can help with arthritis, can help maintain healthy kidney and bladder function and can aid a dog’s digestive . . .
Low in calories and high in fibre, dandelion greens are a good source of vitamins A, B, C, E and K for dogs, and a good source of natural minerals too . . .
While convention would have it that a dog doesn’t need flour in its diet, wholewheat or unbleached flour is fine, and makes such a difference when it comes to . . .
Prebiotics are indigestible plant fibres found in such things as chicory root, garlic and bananas. They help create probiotics, the live bacteria and yeasts, often labelled . . .
If we want our dogs to maintain good cognitive function as they age, we need to feed them a fresh, healthy, complete and balanced diet . . .
Dry dog food helps clean a dog’s teeth. Contrary to popular belief, feeding a dog dry dog food does not help keep its teeth clean . . .
Calendula is a highly beneficial herb for dogs. It’s great for internal use to sooth an inflamed digestive system, as well as being useful topically . . .
Rich in vitamins and minerals, dandelion root, valued for thousands of years for its medicinal properties, is an excellent and beneficial . . .