Caring for your cat or dog

Our care and advice page contains tips and information on everything from Health and nutrition to training. Whether you're a new pet owner or looking for something specific, this will be a useful resource for all dog and cat owners. We aim to update it on a weekly basis so please keep checking in every time you order. Check out our healthy grain free dog foods to give your dog the best start in life.

Food allergies and intolerances in dogs

If you suspect your dog has ever had an adverse reaction to their food it could be an intolerance or even an allergy
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What is EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency)

EPI is a particulary severe condition that affects the pancreas, meaning that your dog will have problems digesting certain food types.
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Why dogs eat grass

Relax, your dog doesn't think he's a cow. But why do dogs eat grass? These are some of the most common theories.
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What not to feed your dog

It's so tempting to let your dog have what you think is a tasty treat. But some foods can actually be deadly.
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Flea and tick control in dogs

Fleas and ticks can be more than just an annoyance. They can present real health problems for your dog.
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Worms in Dogs

Worms are a recurring pest in any dog. Some of them have quite serious affects on your dig, as well as humans.
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Socialising your dog

A well behaved dog is a pleasure to have around. Start early and you and your dog will be welcome anywhere.
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Dental care for your dog

Keeping your dog's teeth clean with good dental hygiene will keep them healthier, smelling nicer and save money in the long run
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Leishmaniasis in dogs

If you take your dog to Spain, or other countries in the Mediterranean, you need to know about Leishmaniasis, a parasite that can cause long term illness in your dog.
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