Fruits for your Dog

Unlike Cats, Dogs are omnivores which means they can benefit from having fruits and veggies in their diet. Even wolves eat plant-matter in their diets. But this doesn’t mean that every fruit or vegetable is good for your dog. It is important to know what is safe or what could be harmful. Remembering to take into accountant your dog’s size, …

Anal Gland Disease

A subject not for the faint hearted! Anal Gland disease is a common and distressing condition in pets and is one of the common causes of ‘scooting’ behaviour – where a dog or cat drags its bottom along the carpet, Anal glands are two small glands located on either side of the dogs (and cats) rectal opening at roughly the …

Safe Chews for Puppies

Regardless of the breed of your new puppy, one thing is certain – they’re going to chew! Puppies use their mouths to learn about the world around them, starting from when they are newborn. They use their mouths in the same way a toddler uses his hands: to explore. As they get older, the urge to chew comes from teething …

A Natural Diet for Cats

 Fish would not be a natural food source for cats – do you know a cat that likes to swim? The Cat family has closely evolved alongside their canine equivalent – dogs, but unlike dogs that can stay alive on a vegetation diet, cats must have meat in their nutritional regime to survive. Their unique dietary requirements means cats need …

Raw Food Diet

If your dog is not as active, bright or happy as it should be – change their diet! Cats and dogs have been evolving on this planet for 40 million years, eating raw food. Their mouths, teeth, stomach, intestines, organs and enzymes are all evolved to masticate process, digest and absorb the breakdown products of raw food. A simple understanding …