In stock or not in stock?

So it says the meal I want to buy is in stock?Yep, on our website you will see whether or not a specific product is in stock.So how does that work if it’s made to order then?When you see a product is ‘in stock’ on the website what that is telling you is that we have all the necessary ingredients to make that meal in stock ready to go.So what happens when I place my order?We hand-make the orders in small batches of no…

itchy, scratchy dog?

does your dog’s coat look dull, and do they scratch regularly or have dry skin? Does your dog suffer from wind, or vomit and have an upset tummy regularly? Do you notice that your dog is getting stiffer and older than he/she should be for their years? Does your dog suffer with ear or eye infections that clear up and then come straight back again? Is your dog overweight? If the answer to any of these questions is YES perhaps it would be wise…

my dog is sooooo fussy!

it’s really stressful to have a dog that will not eat.Many, many owners contact us on this subject and understandably it causes them a lot of sleepless nights. The important thing to remember is that a healthy dog will not starve itself! It is actually quite common for dogs to periodically  go off their food, its a total myth that dogs will eat anything. However it is worrying when your pup or pooch suddenly starts turning their nose up at their food.so why do they…

Turmeric – Is turmeric for dogs safe?

 Turmeric I hear you say, what that yellow stuff for curries? Yes turmeric, that little pack that’s probably sitting in your cupboard right now. The active ingredient in turmeric is called curcumin.  This compound has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, wound healing and anti-cancer activities. It can help fight diseases like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, gastrointestinal issues, Alzheimers and more.  It is a wonder spice, it’s cheap and amazingly good for both you and your dog! Turmeric is anti-inflammatory This means that turmeric …

something smells fishy!

to feed or not to feed fish? The biggest benefit of fish in your dog’s diet is the fact that fish is one of nature’s most natural sources of Omega 3 essential fatty acids. Fatty fish such as salmon have high levels of Omega 3, which is just great for aiding your dog’s joints and all-round mobility alongside huge benefits for your dogs skin and coat. Omega 3 fatty acids don’t occur naturally in the cells of the canine body so adding them into…

the benefits of feeding your dog raw food

what are the benefits of feeding your dog raw food?

raw feeding is not a fad! it is the way dog have been fed for millennia.  As dogs became domesticated they hunted and scavenged alongside their human companions.  The phrase ‘fit as a butchers dog’ sums up the benefits of feeding your dog raw dog food nicely. As a society we have become used to convenience foods and this has become the norm for our pets too.  It is easy to go into a supermarket or pet shop and pick up a bag of…