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Pancreatic disease in dogs has a number of serious forms so I am going to start by talking about the location of the pancreas in dog s and then some of the more common form of disease. Diabetic dog will … Continue reading

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Your gut and behaviour

Research is showing that the bacteria in your gut can directly affect your behavior and emotions…. (and your dogs behaviour too) This might be surprising for many; however it’s a critical, and often overlooked factor in treating anxiety. Healing and … Continue reading

Plantain – A Herb for dogs and humans

Plantain   It’s known to pop up as a persistent weed in gardens, on lawns and even in driveway cracks. But plantain is one of the most medicinally powerful “nuisance” plants that you probably aren’t taking advantage of for your … Continue reading

How Much Should I Feed My Dog?

How much should I feed my dog? I wish I had £1 for every time a dog owner asked how much they should feed their dog. This is not something I have ever had trouble with but I can imagine … Continue reading

Liver problems in dogs

Role of your dog’s liver The liver plays a vital role in the health of your dog. It regulates sugar, protein, and fat entering the blood stream. It filters out wastes in your dogs blood, creates cholesterol to protect arteries … Continue reading

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Kidney problems in dogs

Dogs kidneys, these life sustaining organs remove waste from the bloodstream and regulate body fluids. If the kidneys are not able to do their job the result could be life threatening for your dog. Here we look in depth at … Continue reading

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Spirulina in Dog Food

Spirulina is probably the most nutrient dense whole food on the planet. Now that’s saying something. What is Spirulina? Spirulina is a microscopic algae in the shape of a perfect spiral coil. It contains the most remarkable concentration of nutrients … Continue reading

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Corn in dog food

Why no corn/maize in our dog food? For those unfamiliar with the terms – Maize and Corn are the same thing – dangerous to your dog’s health! So here’s our explanation for why there’s no corn in dog food made … Continue reading

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Anal glands

Dealing with anal glands in dogs Dogs and cats, as well many other small mammals, have a pair of glands located on both sides of the rectum. These glands, commonly called ‘anal glands’, are actually scent glands. Owners often refer … Continue reading

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Dog scratching

Stop a dog chewing and scratching In general scratching arises because the immune system is attempting to eliminate wastes from the body. Dog owners are astounded when we tell them that all that may be required is for them to … Continue reading

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