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Does pet insurance cover dietary issues?
Pet Insurance
Does pet insurance cover dietary issues?
We all hope that our pets never become ill, but failing that, there’s pet insurance! Or at least we hope so. Pet insurance enables many pets to have treatments that their owners couldn’t otherwise afford and provides pea…
January 11, 2022 • 20 shares
Meat and Animal Derivatives in Pet Food
Diet
Meat and Animal Derivatives in Pet Food
When looking over the ingredient list on our cat or dog’s food, it isn’t uncommon to come across “meat and animal derivatives”. As unappetizing as that might sound, they can make up an important part of a nutritious meal…
December 8, 2021 • 41 shares
Raw meat and bones diets for dogs: are they fab or are they a fad?
Dogs
Raw meat and bones diets for dogs: are they fab or are they a fad?
The mainstream media seems to feature a continual flow of new dietary breakthroughs for humans: from high protein to low protein, high glycaemic index, gluten-free, Paleolithic, alkaline, the list goes on and on. The pet…
November 13, 2016 • 4 shares • 3 comments
News and Comment
Commercial pet food: could insects provide a new form of sustainable ingredients?
The Pet Food Manufacturers Association runs a pet-related seminar every year, often covering novel topics that are interesting to anyone with any connection with the pet world. This year, the topic was “sustainability” -…
March 24, 2016 • 1 shares • 1 comments
News and Comment
Pet food: what does the label tell you, and how much does it matter to your pet?
Do you ever wonder what actually goes into pet food? Everyone with a pet has to provide food for them every day, but most of us are unaware of the background to what we are feeding. That's not to say that we don't care a…
April 6, 2015 • 1 shares • 12 comments
What NOT to feed your cat
Cats
What NOT to feed your cat
Clients often ask me what they should feed their cats. It sounds like a simple question, but the answer is far from straight forward. The biggest debate amongst veterinarians at the moment is whether or not a cat should…
August 20, 2012 • 29 shares • 34 comments
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