Do I need to add anything else to my dog’s raw food?

This is one of the top 3 questions we are regularly asked. Unless you are feeding a wide range of whole prey (that’s head to tail, fur and feathers included) your dog will likely benefit from you adding some little extras to the bowl. Here is a list of the most common additions owners may add to their dog’s raw food: veggies, eggs, sprats, blueberries, raspberries, sardines, mussels, bone broth, kefir, chia seeds, and pumpkin seeds are all good additions. If you are feeding a…

Why we put a rocket up our veggie meals and created our Supercharged Meals.

  The inclusion of veggies in a dog’s raw food diet has always been quite a hotly debated topic.  Surely a dog is a carnivore and we should only feed them meat, right? Our main ‘foundation’ 80/10/10 meals are based on the prey model principle which is a balanced approximation of the make-up of typical prey. The ratio of raw meat, offal and bone. Nutritionally everything is then in the right proportions and is the perfect foundation for your dog’s diet.      However,…

How do I know my dog is overweight?

Spring is a time when you are surrounded by fitness ads and many of us think about shifting a bit of the bulge in preparation for summer. Be honest, could your dog do with losing a few pounds too? Vets from the PDSA estimate that almost half of all the dogs in the UK are overweight. Being obese puts your dog at risk of serious health problems that ultimately can shorten their life. We are so used to seeing overweight dogs around us every…

My dog is allergic to chicken, can you help?

Many dogs are sensitive to chicken products.  This happens for a number of reasons, over exposure when young being one of them.  Often it is hard to find a wide range of raw foods that have no chicken in them. why is chicken bone used so much in raw dog food? The simple answer is because it’s convenient to work with, easily available and a cost effective way of getting the 10% bone content in an 80/10/10 meal.  We only use the finest UK…

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…

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…