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Still A Use For Home Remedies!

Sometimes the easiest solution is the best. It’s not always right to spend money needlessly on Supplements as this recent conversation with one of our customers shows.     From: Maria Message: Hello, following a check up with our vet … Continue Reading →

Diabetes, a simple explanation

Diabetes seems to be becoming increasingly common in dogs. Just like human diabetes in that respect, though I don’t know whether it’s for the same reasons. Diabetes can be difficult to understand and so this article is aimed at giving … Continue Reading →

To chew or not to chew, that is the question.

To chew or not to chew, that is the question. I have a new puppy at home in addition to three adult dogs. At almost  months of age the pup is exploring & learning all the time – mostly with … Continue Reading →

Corpulant canines – maybe it’s not their fault

  Have you ever looked at a dog & thought ‘Gee, that dog is really fat!’? It’s so easy to assume it’s all the fault of the owner & that the dog must be either overfed and/or under exercised. The … Continue Reading →

What can I do about my dog’s cataracts?

We are often approached by owners with a question about their dog’s cataracts.  Many want to know if there is an alternative to surgery and how reliable or effective the alternative may be. Cataract surgery has a high though not … Continue Reading →

Spirulina – is it safe?

Dangers of Spirulina are doing the rounds – So here’s what we have to say……. There have been health scares about blue-green algae (Spirulina is one type of blue-green algae) recently in the press and social media. This first happened … Continue Reading →

Vaccinations – another viewpoint

Lee Windeatt, top international dog agility handler and trainer gives his views on vaccination for your dog. Lee is renowned for speaking his mind and this article is no exception. Lee’s research and fervour shine through in this article    I … Continue Reading →

Can I feed my dog too much fish oil?

We are hearing this question more frequently as the possible dangers of overfeeding fish oil are propagated on the net and in social media. It is of particular concern to us because we manufacture supplements containing fish oil fatty acids. … Continue Reading →

Alternative treatment for cut stopper pads??

Passim Final Frontier – aka the Meerkat, pet name Fey. (The dictionary definition for fey reads as follows – Having or displaying an otherworldly, magical, or fairylike aspect or quality.) Anyway Miss Fluffy Knickers recently suffered a minor injury, I … Continue Reading →

Frosty Comes Home

Can you remember back in January we brought you the case of Frosty who at just two years old had developed cataracts due to diabetes. Saints Sled Dog Rescue appealed for help for Frosty and we agreed to sponsor his … Continue Reading →

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