Don’t underestimate just how crucial a healthy diet will be to your dog and to you. What you feed her will help determine how long she lives, the state of her health while she’s alive and how long she will stay well. Remember, this crazy dog child of yours won’t ever grow up and leave home, and there is no NHS for our pets. So feed them well, keep their immune system strong and enjoy your bouncy, healthy dog for much longer. You’ll save money on vet’s bills into the bargain. I guarantee it.
So you think you know what's in your dog's food? Here's the second extract from my new book Top Dog. Doing research for this book I read a lot of pet food labels, and I mean a lot! They don’t make it easy for you to choose the best food. The hyperbole on the front is practically meaningless, the colours are there for you, not the dog, and a high price is not necessarily an indicator of high quality.
Your dog's hair requires a constant supply of nutrients to remain anchored in the skin and reduce moulting. Nutrients that support healthy hair are the same as those that support healthy skin: vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.
A staggering 92% of vets surveyed have treated a cat or dog suffering from illness or injury caused by Christmas-related customs. Most accidents are really easy to avoid without being a party pooper. Literally!
This yummy, moist Christmas cake recipe for dogs is safe for dogs to eat and bursting with juicy sweet potato and papaya dog treat goodness. It's rich in important vitamins and anti oxidants with a flavour dog's love.