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 …

Your Dogs Mental & Physical Health

Your dog’s Brain health – As often discussed in humans, levels of brain chemicals (such as serotonin) influence your mood, your calmness, your energy levels and the choices you make. It’s exactly the same for animals – in fact, numerous studies supplementing these chemicals to dogs’ diets have shown transformational effects on their behaviour. Trillions of tiny organisms live inside …

Dogs & Children

A loving and trusting relationship can be achieved between children and dogs, providing they understand the dogs needs, reactions and capabilities. Socialising dogs with children Puppies start to learn early how to be sociable towards adults, children and other pets. Between the ages of 3-12 weeks they will readily absorb what is correct behaviour, and what is not. If their …

Digestive Enzymes For Dogs

Digestive enzymes break down the molecules of food and essentially allow the body to more fully digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This helps the dog assimilate the nutrients more efficiently and aids in digestion. Enzymes come in two forms. Enzymes in the food eaten and the ones found in the digestive organs. The ones found in the digestive organs represent …

Itchy Dogs

Listening to your dog constantly itching and biting on its skin all the time is concerning as much as it is annoying. Dog itching to some level is quite normal, it is a way of ridding themselves of things caught up in their coat, insects or just like us enjoying a good scratch with no reason at all. However, constant …