It makes sense right? We all love our dogs and want only the best for them and when they are in pain or unhappy we want to help.
Modern marketing has changed the way we feed our dogs, and it's no secret that most of our dog's health issues today were not around 50 years ago — the advent of the pet food industry.
We can help supplement our dog's commercially made diets with species appropriate whole foods that can help bridge the gaps left by this chemical and preservative laden mass produced dog 'food'. This may also help to prevent, alleviate and relieve many common symptoms that dogs suffer today.
YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT
AND THE SAME RULE APPLIES TO YOUR POOCH
TREATS THAT MAY HELP SKIN AND COAT ISSUES
Painful Hot Spots, dry, itchy skin, rashes, contact allergies, dandruff and hair loss can be helped through diet. Rust stains, (those dark coloured stains around your dog's eyes, muzzle or paws) can be managed. They are caused by yeast and an imbalance in your pooch's diet. Grains and high starch ingredients in commercial foods create an overload of sugars and the yeast feeds off these causing these marks and many itchy skin conditions.
TREATS THAT MAY HELP DENTAL HYGIENE AND GUM ISSUES
Stinky breath or a reluctance to eat harder foods may be the first signs of periodontal disease. Prevention and maintenance are vital. Did you know that over 85% of all dogs under 4 years of age in Australia display a build-up of plaque that can lead to expensive vet bills, painful swollen gums, and finally teeth extraction? If you are concerned about feeding your pooch bones as they can splinter and cause dangerous blockages check out our range of shatter-free options.
TREATS THAT MAY HELP ARTHRITIS AND PAINFUL JOINT ISSUES
Sore, swollen and stiff joints can be helped with diet and natural supplements. As your pooch ages often they start to show slower movement, a reluctance to run or play as they used to. We all age, and joint mobility and swelling can make this painful. Help your pooch to live a painfree and active life by feeding them foods that are rich in Omegas, fatty acids, chondroitin, and glucosamine.
All advice is for educational purposes only. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us. This information does not replace advice provided by your veterinary specialist.