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Whether you have a puppy, adolescent or senior dog - there's guaranteed to be education here to help support your dog's happiness and health. You can also navigate our blogs based on the categories of: Food, Recipes and Wellbeing. Enjoy!

All Things Wellbeing Blog

Learning how to deal with afussy eater dog can be frustrating, and finding foods that your dog enjoys may be challenging at times, but there are always options. There are several reasons why yourdog might be turning their nose up at their food, and as a pet parent it is important to know how to manage this behaviour, spot the signs of an unhappy pup, as well as have a few ideas up their sleeve to get their canine companion happily digging in again.

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Us pet parents are juggling so many responsibilities, sometimes we simply don’t have the time to spend hours preparing a homemade meal for our dogs. Which is why this question of “What food is good to add to your dog’s meals when you’re busy?” is particularly important. 
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Here, we take you through the benefits of homemade cooking for dogs, what the challenges of homemade cooking for dogs can be, as well as some healthy dog food recipes to get you started on your nutritionally complete homemade dog food journey.

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If you've ever wondered what fats are good or bad for your dog, or if your dog should have fats at all, then this blog is for you. Learn more about The good and other (not so healthy) fats for dogs here, and how to ensure they're receiving the essential fats in their diet.

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Did you know that nutritional deficiency is one of the main concerns with homemade dog diets? The issue is often caused by the nutritional gap between what you make and what dogs’ need. So, if you’re new to homemade meals for dogs and now wondering…should I feed my dog a homemade diet? here's your answer.

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If your dog has ever vomited up their food after eating, we understand the panic and distress this can cause. But is it normal for your dog to vomit after eating? What are the reasons why your dog may vomit after eating? And what can you do to prevent this from occurring in the future? Find the answers here.

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