Tailster Panel Survey results related to the views of pet owners – both dog and cat on vegan and insect protein based pet food.
When it comes to feeding yourself and your family, you probably work hard to make sure what you eat is nutritional, natural, and nourishing. But the world of pet food is confusing – and the reality is, not all kibble is made the same…
Everybody loves a cuddly puppy, but there is a line between puppy fat and a chubby dog. Here’s some advice on how to determine if your dog is carrying a bit too much weight.
However, in the same way that we know we shouldn’t treat ourselves too much, it can be detrimental to your dog to treat them too often. Fortunately, most dogs will eat anything, including fruit and vegetables. They’re the obvious pick – they’re colourful, and come in a variety of textures and flavours.
Most dogs love peanut butter. As soon as we take the jar out of the cupboard the office dogs come running, and stare longingly until we finally succumb and feed them a spoonful. No one really knows why they’re so obsessed, but the fact that they spend the next hour frantically licking their lips suggests that the subsequent hours of pleasure have something to do with it…Whilst the majority of peanut butter available is perfectly dog-friendly, some brands have started to use a sweetener that may prove harmful to your dog’s health.
Those who own dogs, work with dogs, or even know a dog, will have noticed that they eat pretty much anything they can get their paws on, and that they seem constantly hungry. Those people will also know that the food typically found in a doggie bowl is rather unappealing. It’s completely natural to want to treat your dog every so often, whether that be with the leftovers from your plate after dinner, or with a tasty treat cooked up especially for your furry pal. But have you ever wondered whether or not these delicious ”treats” are any good for them?