The BARF or Raw meat diet has gained immense popularity recently for numerous reasons.
Raw diets have helped many pets recover from a wide variety of health problems.
However, it is not to say that it’s for all dogs, just like not all humans would thrive on a vegan or any other diet!
When it comes to dog treats and chews, there is an overwhelming number of treats to choose from. Some claim to be natural or organic, others are long-lasting, or promote dental health or they simply look cute. But how do you choose wisely when there is just so much to choose from?!
Hopefully, this article will help you a little.
Rawhide – do you love it or hate it? do you know where to start with it? You heard it’s bad but equally your dogs have had it for years and they seem OK.
Are you just confused by all the bad press on rawhide and equally you see products claiming to be good-rawhide-chews?! Yes we get it, it is a rather confusing and frustrating subject.
Read on and it will all get a bit clearer!
Food labels – be it human or canine food – can be very confusing and often manufacturers are happy for you to be confused as they can hide the ‘not-so-healthy’ ingredients under mysterious names.
Let’s look at what these are on dog food labels and how you can make an informed decision when buying dog food.
Whilst dogs should not be kept on a vegetarian or vegan diet, supplementing their diet with vegetables is a good idea as they are full of antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals. But what are the top choices? How best to feed them? are there some that you should avoid?
Read the article to find out more!