A healthy diet is key to your dog’s wellbeing and day-to-day life. Nutrition not only affects their digestive system, but it also has a ripple effect on their skin, coats and nails.

10 Healthy Treats For Your Dog

Do you love to see your dog enjoying his treats but worry about what goes into them? There are heaps of natural treats which are healthy and don't contain any preservatives or other nasties. Most of which can be found in your kitchen right now! That's right, most fruit and vegetables are healthy for dogs and, unlike shop bought treats, aren't packed with calories. Which is fab…


Raw Dog Food (a beginner’s guide to raw feeding)

What is raw feeding? Like me, you've probably seen many a heated debate in Facebook sighthound groups regarding raw dog food. There are pros and cons for each argument on raw feeding. We all want our pets to have all the nutrients they need to be happy and healthy, so it makes sense to give them nutritional food. Which is where raw feeding comes in. So, what…


Potassium For Dogs (and why it’s essential)

Why does my dog need potassium? Potassium is an important nutrient and is essential for your dog's health. These are just some functions it helps to regulate: Heart rhythm Hydration Digestive system Neural function Immune system It also works with calcium to strengthen canine teeth and bones and maintains your dogs PH levels to hold onto calcium in the bones and blood. So its very important to…

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Easy Homemade Veggie Casserole Dog Recipe

Glen Gallon I found this simple veggie casserole recipe when I was researching Tigga's (Happy Glen) parents. His father, Glen Gallon, was one of the top greyhound racers in Australia, raking in around $595,000 for his trainer Tony Brett. Tony's Mum makes the stew a few times a week for the racers at Brett's property at Grantchester, Qld. If the stew's good enough for them, it's good…


Top 10 Toxic Foods for Greyhounds

Top 10 Toxic Foods for Greyhounds It's confusing when you first adopt a greyhound to know what foods they can and cannot eat. Here is a list of the top ten toxic foods for greyhounds. 1. Chocolate As tempting as it is when a long snout appears out of nowhere and snuffles around as you open your favourite chocolate bar. Don't give your grey any! Chocolate is…


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