dog diet

Cooked Versus Raw Foods for Dogs
Diet
Cooked Versus Raw Foods for Dogs
Raw diets are becoming popular for dogs. Not only have people started preparing raw meals for their dogs at home, there are now a number of commercial options available to save on preparation work. So how do they compare…
January 13, 2022 • 85 shares
How much should I feed my puppy?
Diet
How much should I feed my puppy?
With so many different diets and food types being on offer, it can be confusing to decide which food to feed your puppy. Below, we will go through some common diets and how to choose which one will suit you best. Please…
October 17, 2021 • 34 shares
What is Garbage Gut in dogs and how is it treated?
Common Conditions
What is Garbage Gut in dogs and how is it treated?
For many owners, their deluxe pedigree or posh cross will at any opportunity turn into something resembling what can only be described as the cookie monster. Indiscriminantly binging at every opportunity. One might hope…
March 9, 2021 • 44 shares
Raw food can be good for some pets, but owners should be aware of potential health issues
Cats
Raw food can be good for some pets, but owners should be aware of potential health issues
The feeding of raw meat to pets appeals to many people: there seems to be something pure and natural about it that makes intuitive sense. If you imagine dogs and cats in their natural state, they’d obviously eat raw meat…
November 9, 2018 • 676 shares • 5 comments
Dogs
Ask a vet online - Why is my staffy rubbing his bum on carpet after his glands were done? - Anal gland problems in dogs.
Question from Jo Padfield Why is my staffy rubbing his bum on carpet after his glands were done? Answer from Shanika Winters (online vet) Hi Jo and thank you for your question about your dog’s anal glands. I will explain…
August 19, 2013 • 3 shares
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Fat pets: silently suffering due to their owners' "kindness"
Here's a paradox: the biggest cause of suffering in pet dogs may be people who believe that they love their pets the most. What am I talking about? Overfeeding and its consequence: obesity. Over a third of dogs in the UK…
September 24, 2012 • 6 comments
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