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Achieving the best Canine Diet

Jun 29, 2021

Dogs are omnivorous scavengers at the carnivore end of the spectrum. The dog in the wild has evolved to eat whatever was available in times of plenty or in scarcer times which means that they are able to cope with a wide variety of food. Dogs can live on a diet which is exclusively vegetarian; although maybe not entirely happily so most dog food contains a proportion of meat. However whatever t...

How Canines Can Help People with Depression

Jan 13, 2021

Here at Scientific Nutritional Products we love dogs! These incredible animals bring us joy, laughter and in some cases, important services such as military services or as assistance dogs to blind, deaf or diabetic people in need. Recent reports in the press have also focused on dogs assisting autistic adults and children which is fantastic, and illustrates how much impact a four-legged friend ...

Canine Care Over Christmas

Dec 21, 2020

Christmas brings with it a lot of excitement in the home (although probably quieter this year). This can really test our canine's tolerance, patience and behaviour especially when there may be reduced exercise, heightened excitement around the home, not to mention a host of sparkly decorations and tempting smelling food around the house! So in our last blog for 2020 Scientific Nutritional Produ...

Adopting a Rescue Dog

Nov 06, 2020

Are you are considering getting a dog from a local charity or rescue centre? There are many dogs here in the UK and abroad desperately seeking new homes and here at Scientific Nutritional Products we think, providing you can offer a suitable home, it is a fantastic thing to do! Often the cost of taking on a rescue dog is very little and if the canine comes to you from a regulated charity such a...

Protecting Sensitive Canine Paws in Hot Weather

Jul 13, 2020

The majority of dog owners enjoy long summer walks and often in the evening after work pet owners will take their dog for that extra spin round the block or down to the park. However they may forget one important detail: hot pavement can burn a dog's paws!   Our pavements are composed of asphalt and cement and the shocking truth is that they can get hot enough to cook an egg during the summer m...

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