Christmas foods that should be avoided

Christmas is great time of the year and should be enjoyed from all family members, including four-legged. Keep your doggy safe this festive season and avoid feeding them the following: Alcohol Onions Macadamia nuts Nutmeg Avocado Chocolate Caffeine Xylitol (artificial sweetener found in some candies and biscuits) Grapes and raisins (don’t forget that most fruit cakes, puddings and mince pies contain raisins) Salty meats, hams and bacons and fatty trimmings Gravy Dough Cooked bones Many dogs receive Christmas presents but do not gift your dog a Rawhide chews as it may be toxic. These are not by-product of the beef industry nor they are made of dehydrated meat. Rather, rawhide is by-product of the leather industry. Leather chunks go through…

Diets for dogs at the NATIONAL PET SHOW

National Pet Show (Birmingham, NEC 4 & 5 November2017)With hundreds of different animals, fun and educational talks, training demonstrations, fantastic shopping and amazing animal action displays, the National Pet Show (4 & 5 November 2017, NEC Birmingham) is the ultimate day out for pet lovers, owners and families. The National Pet Show will play host to a range of celebrities and pet experts, including the Supervet himself Noel Fitzpatrickand one of TVs best loved wildlife presenters, Michaela Strachan. Visit the National Pet Show for your chance to talk to the experts, get free pet care advice and shop forall the latest pet products and quirky animal themed gifts you can’t find on the high street.Come along to our stand A333D…

DIETS For Dogs is launching their own range of supplements

The new comprehensive range of premium quality dietary supplements are aimed to assist with major complaints including joints, skin, coat, liver, kidney and digestion. The supplements are highly palatable for all dogs and they have been carefully formulated by Vets to be better than other leading UK brands, providing the best available healthcare for pets alongside best value for pet owners. All of the supplements included in DIETS4DOGS's range are manufactured at trusted VMD/GMP-licensed facilities and created using pharmaceutical grade raw materials. Discover DIETS For Dogs premium dietary supplements in our onlineshop: Green Lipped Mussel Joint Support, 120 Chewable Tablets Omega-3 Marine Lipid, 236 ml Oil Kidney Support, 70g Powder Gut Support, 100g Powder Milk Thistle Liver Support, 90 Capsules

Apples - super food for dogs

Apples are one the super foods for dogs. They are source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, calcium, antioxidants and dietary fibre such as pectin. Apples are low fat, low calories, prevent build-up of tartar and freshen the breath. Use raw apples as a healthy dog treat if you feed a commercial food or add them to raw or homemade dog meal. If you want to get a little fancier, you can try this tasty apple recipe: Dogsome Apple Cookies Ingredients: 1 large apple ½ cup of water or Doggy’s Cuppa herbal tea for dogs 1 cup oat meal 1 egg ½ cup of peanut butter (read the label and make sure that it doesn’t contain xylitol) Directions: Preheat…

The Successful Weight Loss Story Of One Incredible Dog

Here is the inspiring weight loss story of the rescue dog Peete and his owner Eric. Seven years ago, Eric was told that he had 5 years to live because he was grossly obese. He had high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes type 2. Eric was advised to increase his activity and to adopt a dog. Then he met the obese dog Peete. Peete became his best friend and they walked together the path of losing the excessive weight. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm0qYRWQpZI Obesity in dogs is the accumulation of excess body fat. This happen when dog's consumption of calories exceeds daily energy expenditure and the excess energy is stored in fat(adipose) tissue. Numerous diseases and reduced lifespan are associated with obesity.…

Peanut Butter - dog treat or dog poison?!?

Peanut butter is a common treat for dogs but is it safe for your pooch? The answer is YES if it does not contain the deadly for dogs’ artificial sweetener XYLITOL. Peanut butter is a source of plant proteins, healthy fats, Vitamins B, E and niacin. It should be given responsibly as it may cause obesity or pancreatitis. Xylitol is used to replace sugar in many sweets for people with diabetes. Recently it has been added to nut spreads which are popular dog treat. Xylitol is toxic and extremely dangerous for dogs. Indigestion even of very small dose of it can cause a rapid and life treating drop of dog's blood sugar or a condition called "hypoglycaemia". 15 - 30…
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