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Hypoallergenic for gut-skin


Balancing supplements that make home prepped food simple and foolproof...and boost health.

Anxiety

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Therapeutic chews fed like treats, to target common health issues, with powerful, research-based formulas.

Cod & Plum Oil.


Powerful fatty acid and antioxidant boost to fight oxidative stress and support healthy ageing.

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The Allrounder for cats & kittens


Balancing supplement that makes home prepped food simple and foolproof...and boost health.

Anxiety

Bad breath

Urinary health

Skin & coat

Joint health

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Therapeutic broths, mixed with food, to target common health issues, with powerful, research-based formulas.

Cod & Plum Oil.


Powerful fatty acid and antioxidant boost to fight oxidative stress and support healthy ageing.

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A pet with stinky breath (halitosis) isn’t always fun to have around! Aside from being unpleasant for pet parents, smelly dog breath can be a sign of a health issue. In this article we’ll cover:
  • How to recognise normal vs smelly breath
  • The causes of bad breath in dogs
  • Ways pet parents can improve breath smell 
  • 4 min read

‘Can dogs eat bones?’ is a question that’s commonly asked. The short answer would be yes, dogs can eat some (but not all!) types of bones. However, it’s important for pet parents to understand the risks of feeding their dogs bones and how to minimise them.

In this article we’ll go though: 

  • Which types of bones our dogs can have
  • Possible risks and benefits of feeding bones
  • Alternatives to bones
  • 4 min read
It’s part of our daily routine to clean our teeth each morning and evening. But, not all pet parents know that it should be part of a doggy dental care routine too. So how do you keep dogs' teeth clean? We run through the options, from brushing with a DIY paste option you'll have in the pantry to a simple addition to the diet.
  • 7 min read

Dental disease and oral health problems are common in dogs. By just two years of age, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease (gum disease), with small and toy breed dogs, who are increasing in popularity, being particularly susceptible.

In this article, we will cover: 

  • The importance of good oral health in dogs
  • How to estimate the condition of your dog’s mouth and teeth
  • Signs that your dog may need a vet to treat their teeth or gums and what this can involve
  • Factors that affect the condition of a dog's teeth and the progression of dental disease
  • Information about how to keep your dog's mouth in good condition
  • 10 min read

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