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The Allrounder for cats & kittens


Balancing supplement that makes home prepped food simple and foolproof...and boost 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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‘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
We answer the question: can dogs eat raw chicken? With a review of the pros and cons...and recommendations as to why gently cooked may actually be better than raw.
Why should I feed my dog raw? What's the health benefit? My vet recommends kibble. Why wouldn't I feed that? What does a raw diet look like? How do I transition from a dry food diet? Should I give my dog bones? What is the best meat for a raw diet? Can I feed my puppy raw? We answer these questions and more in our Guide to Raw Food Diet for Dogs.
  • 17 min read

Nutrition for cats and dogs. We explain the key reasons your dog or cat should eat a raw or lightly cooked high protein diet.

  • 5 min read
It's often said that if you're feeding raw then you should be feeding offal too. The fact is, dogs need specific nutrients...not ingredients. And they don't need to include offal.
  • 0 min read

If you’re feeding your cat raw, one of the common things you’re probably told is that cats are obligate carnivores, and so they should only eat meat.

Well, it’s true. Cats are obligate carnivores. But it’s not true that they should only eat meat.

  • 0 min read

You've been turned off kibble, and you're wary about the pitfalls of homemade dog food that's not complete and balanced. There are pre-made fresh food options of course, but is there a homemade human-grade alternative? Something that makes a raw (or lightly cooked) diet for dogs  simple and foolproof? The answer is yes, and we explain the approach.

  • 3 min read

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