Pet Food

  • Eating problem 2

    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    A dog having an eating disorder is not one of the things a dog owner expects to encounter. You expect your dog to eat regularly and enjoy their food, but an eating problem or a disorder can plague a high number of dogs. There are a number of speculations on

  • Food 2

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    Food allergies account for 10% of all the allergies seen in dogs. Food allergies are the 3rd most common cause of allergens after flea bite allergies and atopy (inhalant allergies). While we watch out for our own children and adult related allergies, our pets

  • Eating disorders

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    This is a very real and a complex problem that some dog owners face. There are a number of eating disorders affecting dogs, including overeating, under-eating, Pica, Scoffing or blotting and Coprophagia or faeces eating. If you have a dog that has any of

  • SH_Kong2_SJ

    By | August 31, 2017 | Blog

    Our dogs are given their meals daily without question, compensation or challenge. Scavenging animals like dogs spend a large part of their day looking and sniffing out things of interest... they can also possibly eat. For most dogs, getting hold of something to

  • Dog-treat

    By | August 31, 2017 | Blog

    As the weather gets hot.... and sweaty, what we really want is something icy to cool us down. As the season starts to heat up, we all look forward to some icy treats, like ice cream or popsicles! Our dogs get hot too, why not let them join in on some of the

  • SH_Homemade_SJ_01-

    By | August 1, 2017 | Blog

    Treat your dog by preparing them some nutritious food. As with humans, keeping to the same eating routine week in and week out can get boring for your dogs. Some home made food can go a long way to complement their regular diet and keep things interesting. Here

  • amybites

    By | June 29, 2017 | Blog

    Meaty and Minty Cat Treats Ingredients: 1 can of tuna in water, (well drained) or 1 can of your cat's favourite wet food, 170g tin ½ cup of instant oats or oat flour ½ cup whole wheat flour 1 egg 1 tablespoon coconut of oil 1 heaped

  • SH_bis_SJ_01

    By | May 26, 2017 | Blog

    Carrot sticks are considered to be a healthy alternative to traditional dog treats. Carrots are low in calories, high in fibre and vitamin A, plus allowing your dog to crunch on a carrot can be good for their teeth. Dogs can eat bananas in moderation.

  • Cake

    By | March 23, 2017 | Blog

    We all know how quickly dog years go by, so it makes remembering their birthday all that more important! There are plenty of recipes and treats that you can come up with for your pooch's special day but how do you know which ones to choose. Avoid any recipes