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How best to Store Our Truly Preservative Dog Treats

Shop brought dog treats are all chemically treated in some way with preservatives, this is the only way that meat/protein dog treats or pet treats that supposedly containing real meat can remain in a stable condition on the shelves for months a...

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Keeping Your Dog Hydrated

As we head towards the hottest months of the year, we aim to raise awareness about the importance of hydration and the common misconceptions when it comes to signs of dehydration in pets, which could ultimately save your pet's life.
The...

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Health Benefits of Chicken Hearts

Chicken hearts, a very good source of protein with a mild chicken flavor, full of vitamins and minerals. Particularly, the B group vitamins (especially B12), riboflavin, zinc, selenium and iron. Chicken hearts also provide folate, magnesium, manga...

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Do you know what is in that can or packet of dog food?

  • We have long held the philosophy that harsh chemical preservatives and low quality ingredients in some commercially prepared dog foods is the reason our animals are suffering from illnesses and premature dea...

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Health Benefits of Chicken

Chicken meat with the skin off is one of the best non-vegetarian sources of protein. It is lean meat, which contains more amount of proteins and less amount of fat than most red meats.

Apart from protein, chicken is rich in several mi...

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Health Benefits of Wagyu Beef

Why do we use only Wagyu beef in our beef biscuits and Beef Mutfins!
Consuming Wagyu beef is beneficial to our health and the health of our animals. The unique advantage in Wagyu beef is that it contains a much higher proportion ...

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Health Benefits of Turmeric

Health Benefits of Organic Turmeric (Curcumin) Powder

Turmeric is one of the most extensively researched spice for pharmacological use. It is favoured for it's potentially beneficial use in ...

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How Many Treats Can your Dog Have

  • We make our dog treats using our specially formulated low fat and high protein mixes with no preservatives, sugar or salt.


  • You must r...

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The Health Benefits of Liver Treats

  • Liver is a super food in your dog's diet.

  • Not only is it very low in fat, it is jam packed with essential vitamins and minerals.

  • Vitam...

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The Health Benefits of Ox Heart Strips


Ox heart is one of the leanest of all red meats, 1% or less in fat and has many health benefits for your dog.

Ox Heart, is a muscle like other cuts of steak, but it is more dense with a higher nutrient content, vitamin rich...

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Pancreatitis in Dogs

One of the most common conversations on dog's health we have at our market stall is that the customer's dog suffers from Pancreatitis. As we are not vets, we have consulted with animal health care professionals who have ...

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Caring for your Dog`s Ears

Although a dog’s ears need to be regularly checked, a little basic maintenance is generally all that’s required to keep them clean and healthy. Because of a dog’s inner ear anatomy, it’s easy for parasites, bacteria...

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Forbidden Foods

Chocolate

  • All types of chocolate and cocoa products are dangerous for dogs....

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Dogs Health and Oral Hygiene

  • These days, the choices of prepared artificial foods for our dogs is over whelming and it is easier for us to just purchase a tin or some dry food for our dogs and think that we are feeding them the best w...

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Plants That Can Be Poisinous To Your Dog

Many garden plants are poisonous to dogs. Some of our most beautiful and useful plants are deadly to our pets (cats as well as dogs), so it pays to be aware of the risks and keep your pets well away from them. Puppies to the age of about 18 months...

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The Benefits of Exercise

Keep your dog healthy, happy and out of trouble with daily exercise, it is fun and provides many benefits for them including:

Helps to reduce or eliminate the common behavior problems, such as digging, excessive...

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Skin Irritations Problems

  • A lot of skin irritations on dogs may and possibly are caused by flea hypersensitivity. It only takes a couple of fleas to get the dog into a chew, lick and scratch cycle. The chewing and scratching inflame...

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Fleas

Best Preparations for the Upcoming Flea Season

As spring and summer approach, ticks and fleas can become more of a problem for us and our dogs. The more we know about these pests the better we can treat the problems ...

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Tick Prevention and Treatments

Tick poisoning is one of the leading causes of early death to dogs on the Eastern states.

There are 75 different species of ticks, the most common and most dangerous is th...

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