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Spring and summer tips for dogs

Here’s a brief reminder of some spring and summer tips for dogs.

Spring and Summer Hazards for Dogs

Spring and summer are wonderful seasons. Long days, lazy evenings and bank holidays. Along with the annual summer holiday it all makes for a pleasant life.

Whether in the city or out in the countryside, by the beach or on a ramble; we love getting out and feeling the warm sunshine on our skin. Our dogs are not far behind us – they’re often the first ones out.

As responsible owners and carers for our pets we have to be on the lookout for their protection and welfare all the time. So here are a few humble tips for helping you and your dog. Continue reading

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Protein and Dog Food

Looking into the issues around getting quality protein and dog food combined.

The term ‘Human Grade’ ingredients of which Robbie’s and Luath products are made is taking on a literal meaning with consequences. Simply because we use the human edible part of the chicken we are facing a world demand from companies who are producing foods for human consumption. Continue reading

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Survival Rates of Gerson Therapy

The Gerson diet therapy was developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1930′s as a treatment for his own migraine headaches.

Eventually, he expanded the treatment and found that it worked for degenerative diseases and eventually cancer. The Gerson Therapy takes a natural, holistic, and whole-body approach to healing. Practitioners of this treatment believe that it reactivates the body’s natural self-healing ability and comes with no damaging side effects. Continue reading

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Human Health

OK so we are a pet health focused company but sometimes us humans also need our health issues addressed. So we created a new section on our website dedicated to human health. Anyway it’s in the interest of our pets to have healthy owners. Continue reading

Candida Overgrowth – 10 signs

Candida is a fungus, a form of yeast, naturally present in our digestive tract. It helps with our digestion and absorption of nutrients.

In times of stress and contributing factors listed below  Candida can multiply and grow out of control. This overgrowth can result in your digestive system showing signs of abnormal behaviour as well as the development of toxins.

The healthy bacteria in your gut typically keep your candida levels in check. However, factors can cause the candida population to get out of hand:
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