As we now find our feet in this new COVID-normal life, many of us who enjoyed working at home over the last couple of years are now making our way back into the office - much to the distaste of 4-legged pals who will be stuck at home alone.
10 Healthy Foods You Can Add to Your Dog's Meal (That You Probably Have in Your Fridge/Pantry Already!)
There are so many dog-friendly vegetables that can be a fantastic addition to your dog's diet. Think green leafy vegetables like kale and spinach, carrots, zucchini, broccoli, sweet potato, beetroot, green beans… the sky's the limit! Dogs can’t digest plant matter in the same way we can, so blitz it in a food processor or lightly cook it first (steaming is great!).
As with most things in life, preventing a problem is easier than fixing one. Starting with the right regime from puppyhood will increase the likelihood of your puppy having beautifully healthy teeth (and fresh breath) throughout their lifetime. If you’re starting late, or your dog has particularly bad teeth, it may be best to schedule a proper veterinarian cleaning and then start over with a good routine.
This is probably the number one question we get asked - second only to “can dogs really eat raw chicken?” (the answer to that is a resounding YES*!)
The answer to the first question is a little more complicated. Why feed raw?
Let’s go back a few steps to the most common (and most popular) alternative to a raw diet - kibble, or dry food.