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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...

Advice for New Dog Owners

Mar 10, 2021

Purchasing or adopting a new puppy or older canine is often quite simply love at first sight.  So once you’ve fallen hook, line and sinker for your new canine friend as well as taking them home to meet the family it is vital to embrace the full commitment to the animal which will last their lifetime. Dogs can live for up to around 15 years old and sometimes even older.  Please ask yourself if y...

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...

Why Use a Canine Joint Supplement?

Nov 20, 2020

A healthy lifestyle for our dogs involves regular exercise, bonding time between canine and owner and a nutritious, balanced diet. A good diet must supply all the necessary nutrients; including ample protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins and minerals. So why would you use an additional joint supplement for your dog? A busy, healthy dog should be undertaking regular exercise including long walk...

DIY Boredom Busters for Dogs

Feb 17, 2020

An active, well-occupied dog is usually a happier one and our canine friends love having fun! To most dogs, toys are a great way to enjoy play time to the full but many can really churn through the toys, either by destroying them; whoops (!), or the smarter dogs working out how to problem solve and then tiring of the toy. If you are out at work all day or you have a dog that could do with some ...

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