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Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

Looking for a healthy way to share pancake Tuesday with your dog? Then look no further than our Soopa yummy and nutritious Banana Pancake. TREAT YOUR POOCH TO SOME COCONUT CHEWS Ingredients: 1 x egg 2 x tablespoons coconut flour (grain free four) 1 x banana Coconut oil for frying Optional: add ½ teaspoon kelp, […]

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Chicken & Cranberry Mutt Muffins

Chicken & Cranberry Mutt Muffins

Lily and her doggie friends go nuts over these healthy grain free muffins and it feels good knowing they are getting lots of important nutrients. I love adding cranberries for Christmas because they have many powerful health benefits and are packed with anti-oxidants, fibre and Vitamin C which research shows...

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Turmeric Latte

Turmeric Latte

During these dark winter months nothing picks me up better than a warming turmeric latte and lately Lily has started begging me to try some so I created a special dog only recipe below!  Turmeric has loads of excellent health benefits for dogs including; incredible anti inflammatory properties (especially great...

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Adding Superfoods into your dog’s diet

Adding Superfoods into your dog’s diet

What to feed… Superfoods are what Soopa is all about! Soopa food provides a high value food often best given in a raw or lightly cooked state to grab all of the wonderful enzymes and phytonutrients these wonderful foods offer. We decided to make a list of the top 7 superfoods you can safely feed your pet...

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4 Common Things Dogs Do That You Always Misunderstood (Until Now)

4 Common Things Dogs Do That You Always Misunderstood (Until Now) In this post, we reveal some dog behaviors that you always misread, until now.

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Can feeding Superfoods help your dog’s bad breath?

Can feeding Superfoods help your dog’s bad breath?

SOOPA PET CHEWS Loved by pet owners and Vets   There are a number of reasons your pet may have bad breath. Plaque build up, gingivitis, other oral diseases or perhaps dysbiosis in the gut. This is often fermentation of foods, poor gut bacteria and an overgrowth of bad bacteria...

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