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5 Reasons to Feed Your Dog Vegetables

5 Reasons to Feed Your Dog Vegetables

CHECK OUT OUR HEALTHY DOG TREATS!! In the last few years, healthy eating has reached all new heights. It’s impossible to log onto your social media without being bombarded with images of clean eating jumping out at you, urging you to eat your greens and put down that carrot cake (apparently it doesn’t count as

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Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween, and the weeks preceding it, can be a scary and stressful time for your pets. It is so important to be extra vigilant around your pets to ensure their well being. We have some simple tips to help you make sure your pet has a happy and safe Halloween. 1. Ensure your pet is […]

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Reasons To Feed Your Dog Pumpkin 🎃

Reasons To Feed Your Dog Pumpkin 🎃
Pumpkins are rich in carotenoids, beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, fiber, zinc, iron, vitamin A and potassium. So this little beauty is responsible for aiding eye sight, digestion, immunity and more. An ideal chew treat for sensitive dogs with poor digestion, and fabulous for those who require a low protein diet so if you want to join in the pumpkin mania order your treats today.

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Liver and kidney disease - but what to feed?

Liver and kidney disease - but what to feed?

We found it rather difficult to find good quality, superior treats - treats suitable for liver and kidney disease patients. As dog owners, we're all sold the same biscuit treats with a poor protein source, or treats that have a high protein content, with little imagination or even offering health benefits....

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The Perfect Low Fat Treat for Your Dog

The Perfect Low Fat Treat for Your Dog
We had a Soopa idea, and thought we would talk to you about pet obesity and weight management. 50% of dogs In the U.K are overweight and only a small percentage amongst these, have a predisposition for weight gain that can’t easily be addressed. Food and exercise is a huge contributing factor to your dog’s health, as you well know. Over feeding and lack of exercise can lead to weight gain but something that can make a huge difference to calorie intake is reducing your pet’s daily treats. Treats should be limited and only for special occasions or rewards for training and a job well done.

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