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A stray or not a stray?

A stray or not a stray?

A stray or not a stray? What to do if you think you have found one

How to Switch your Dog to a Raw Food Diet

How to Switch your Dog to a Raw Food Diet

Considering a raw food diet for your dog? It doesn't have to be challenging or difficult to feed raw! In this blog, we cover everything you need to know about switching your dog to a raw diet, including transition periods and the different ways you can feed a raw diet to your pooch. Read on to find out more...

Jumping up to greet visitors!

Jumping up to greet visitors!

In this blog, our friends at Puppy School, talk us through some top tips to discourage puppies from jumping to greet visitors. It’s an age-old problem but one that continues to be a challenge for puppy owners and dog owners alike – jumping up! Read more ...

Zest and Piri's May Blog

Zest and Piri's May Blog

Each month we catch up with Zest and more recently his friend Piri. This month Zest has been doing so well at shows, showing lots of confidence and speed. She won into Grade 7 a few weeks ago which is the highest grade in agility. This now makes her eligible for Championship classes. Read more ...

Holidaying with your dog

Holidaying with your dog

Planning a ‘staycation’ with your four-legged friend this year? Here’s our essential guide to holidaying with your dog.

Willow enjoys the sunshine

Willow enjoys the sunshine

Each month we follow the adventures of Willow, Natures Menu 1st Cat Brand Ambassador. This month Willow has been enjoying the glorious weather ...

Our Top Ten Things to do with your dog this Bank Holiday

Our Top Ten Things to do with your dog this Bank Holiday

Bank Holidays… for most, it means an extra day to relax and spend with friends, family and your dog! So, we have come up with a few ideas to help you and your dog have a tail-wagging Bank Holiday break.

Managing pet allergies

Managing pet allergies

During the summer months, it’s common for us to suffer from hay fever and other related allergies. Did you know though, that many dogs and cats today also suffer from pollen and insect allergies like us. Allergies can be caused by several things such as certain foods, fleas, cleaning products plus grass and tree pollen. Your pets may have mild allergies to certain things which go unnoticed during the winter months. In this article, we’re going to focus on atopic allergies. Read More below