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Calcium Crunchies

Calcium Crunchies

Lily and her cousin Lolo adore this recipe and always get excitement when they smell these baking in the oven. I literally have them sleeping by my feet waiting in anticipation! Calcium is Soopa important for healthy bones and teeth and we’ve created this yummy treat recipe so you can be sure your dog is […]

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Banana & Chia Seed Cookies

Banana & Chia Seed Cookies

These simply to make banana and chia seed cookies are full of natural goodness and low in fat. Oats are an excellent source of fibre so great for any doggies that may have overindulged for any reason!    Ingredients      1 tablespoon chia seeds     2 tablespoon water  ...

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Sweet Pawtato Balls

Sweet Pawtato Balls

Sweet Pawtato balls make a fantastic treat for your dog especially after a long walk or lots of play time. These are great treats for hiking too! I love using coconut flour because it adds extra soluble fibre which can help regulate doggies blood glucose levels. A delicious healthy low fat...

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Keeping Cool in the Summer Sun

Keeping Cool in the Summer Sun

As the beautiful British weather makes an appearance this June, doing what you can to keep your furry friends cool and calm can help make your Summer as problem-free as possible. With temperatures rising and more of us spending time in the great outdoors, overheating and dehydration in our pets...

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Training with Treats

Training with Treats When it comes to training your new set of furry paws, finding some tasty treats can help reinforce those commands and get your furry friend doing exactly what you need them to. Here at Soopa, we understand the importance of rewarding your dog when their behavior is positive, but training treats can have negative effects if they are packed with high-fat ingredients unbeneficial to your new puppy.

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Dangerous Plants for Dogs this Summer

Dangerous Plants for Dogs this Summer As Summer brings with it a bloom of fabulous flora and fauna, the great outdoors can also be hazardous to our four-legged friends with our back gardens causing more problems than we might think. With many of us turning more green-fingered as the sun emerges, if you have an excited dog, you may need to take caution with what you plant in and around your home.

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