We only stock premium diets, selected by our vets to provide for your dog's unique nutritional needs - including grain free dog food and veterinary prescription diets.
When it comes to food, your dog needs a balanced and nutritional diet as well as lots of clean, fresh water to stay happy and healthy.
Dogs love to eat. The problem is that some of your favourite foods are simply no good for your canine companion's health or wellbeing.
Making treats for your dog is simple. Avoid artificial ingredients and cook treats even for those on a special diet.
The following diet is based on Strombeck’s Home Prepared Diets for Dogs and Cats. This recipe is ideal for making up a batch of meals for the freezer.
It's important to make sure we take care when preparing food for our pets, just as we would for ourselves. We cover a few basic precautions we should take.
Eggs are an excellent source of high biological value protein, which means they provide amino acids similar to that needed for tissue repair in dogs.
The trend toward holistic, more natural pet diets seems intuitively better for our pets. But is it safe and what are the pros and cons of these raw diets?
Many dogs have food intolerances to chicken, so turkey is an excellent option. These are ideal as an accompaniment to your dog’s regular diet.
This recipe will make approximately 40 biscuits that are a great, healthy treat, especially for dogs on a wheat-free diet.
Jerky is a great treat for training and very cheap to make at home. Try out this easy to follow recipe, your dog is sure to love it.
It is estimated that 10-20% of allergies in dogs are related to food ingredients. If your pet licks his feet, gets ear infections and scratches, you might need to consider whether he has food allergies.