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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 ...

Running with your Dog in Autumn and Winter

Dec 09, 2020

With the colder, darker weather upon us our long evening walks in the countryside with our dogs are sadly no longer. So why not try something new and give running with your dog a go this season? Running with your dog provides a fantastic way to get fit in the fresh air and enjoy an invigorating workout whilst spending time with your canine friend. Surely it is the perfect combination for dog lo...

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...

Why do Dogs Eat Grass?

Sep 09, 2020

Most dog owners will have noticed their canines eating grass at some stage. Whether your dog does munches on the green stuff occasionally or more often, it can puzzle us pet owners! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest blog! It may be news to some people but the dog is actually an omnivore, not a strict canivore, unlike cats so it is perfect natural for them to have some v...

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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