So, you may have noticed that summer has finally arrived. And many of us are enjoying our staycations with days at the beach or walks in the countryside, followed by a well-deserved ice cream. But what about our most important family member? Yes, that’s right, we mean your dog (who no doubt pulls their very best puppy face as you enjoy your treat).
If you’re struggling to keep your dog’s weight under control, then you’re not alone. According to a new study, nearly half of dog owners confess to overindulging their pooch since start of the pandemic. And seriously, who can blame us? However, it’s not good in the long-term for dogs to be overweight. So, if you’re thinking about getting your dog back into shape this spring, you might like to know about the new ‘Fitness Furst’ Diet Club for dogs!
If you’re like us, you’re probably looking forward to the Easter break. Many of us are already planning a big family meal to celebrate. But what about our beloved pets? They’re part of the family too! If you’re thinking of treating your dog to something tasty and nutritious, then Natural Instinct may have just the thing.
Many of us are struggling to keep our dog’s weight in check throughout this pandemic, with lockdowns and juggling family life making things difficult. Dog obesity is not a new problem of course, but a recent report estimates that 51% of UK dogs are overweight.
This Valentine’s Day, why not show your pooch some love with a romantic seafood platter? OK, maybe that’s going a bit overboard, but Natural Instinct have the next best thing. They’ve launched the limited-edition Paw-Fect Catch treats, especially for Valentine’s Day.
One problem we’ve had with our beagle, is the way she devours her food. She will eat everything in sight, and eat it quickly! Finding successful ways to slow down your dog’s eating can be a bit trial and error, but here’s some of the methods we’ve come across to stop your dog eating too fast.
British pet food brand, Pooch & Mutt, have just launched a new range of Good Mood Food for dogs to enjoy. These new dog treats are probiotic meaty treats, designed to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of our beloved pet pooches.
We’re all keen on making sure our dogs are eating the right food, with simple, natural ingredients. We like to know our pet food isn’t bulked out with hidden nasties. So, we’re always happy to discover dog food brands, such as HiLife, that concentrate on what’s important.