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Remember your pets this Christmas!

By By Anna Webb Broadcaster, Author, Naturopath has studied with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT) 7 days ago 275 Views

25 Oct 2018 10:58:48

This Christmas we’re set to spend over £166 million on our pets, proving that the ‘hound pound’ is booming.

It’s proof that we’re gifting our dogs with the latest must have’s, but is that what your dog really wants for Christmas?

Christmas is for spending time with family and friends. Yet despite our best intentions, our pets can be ignored as the festivities take over.

Indoor Games as the Days get Colder!

By Anna Webb Broadcaster, Author, Naturopath has studied with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT) 21 days ago 735 Views

When the weather is simply too cold to brace for a long walk, what can you do to exercise your dog mentally and physically?

Why a Good Diet and Exercise are Inextricably Linked!

By Kate Bendix; broadcaster, journalist, founder of My Itchy Dog 2 months ago 1589 Views

There is a dog point to this story so bear with.

I try to eat well throughout the week: no cake, biscuits or pasta, that kinda thing. And for the most part that works well for me. I also train twice a week, a new activity, which while masochistic is doing me the world of good both physically and mentally. And I have more energy to get through the week. Yeah I know I’m a flippin saint. Don’t worry the total honesty bit is coming up right now.

Dog Coats As The Winter Approaches!

By Anna Webb Broadcaster, Author, Naturopath has studied with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT) 2 months ago 2991 Views

The view on dogs wearing ‘clothes’ has always been a much-debated subject.

According to a survey by Direct Line (2017), a third of UK vets believe dressing dogs can promote skin conditions.

The Importance of a Healthy Gut

The first question I ask any customer who calls to ask advice about their itchy dog is: what do you feed them, including treats?

I can’t tell you how often what they are feeding their dog is what’s causing the itchy issue.

Autumn Tips

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 16603 Views

The autumn can be a stunning time of year with the leaves turning colour and nature preparing to rest and restore over the winter months. Many fields are newly ploughed and hedgerows cut back. It is a lovely time to be out and about with our dogs while the light levels are still good.

With the changing season come some different challenges and things to be aware of.

Weight Management

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 20042 Views

Let's set some new goals for the pets in our lives. Obesity is not just about what it looks like but can have serious consequences for your pets health and lead to diseases such as diabetes, arthritis and even cancer.

Qualified For Crufts 2019!

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 4097 Views

Meet our Beautiful Sponsored Dog Laula, who has Qualified for Crufts 2019!

We are super proud to sponsor the beautiful and talented Laula! Her lovely owner and Natuaral Instinct fan, Auriane Favre-Whitmore, shares with us some very exciting news!

Can You Travel With Raw? See Goldie’s Journey…

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 3996 Views

When going away with our pets we often worry about the logistics of getting them from A to B, making sure they have all the essentials and of course that we take enough food to last the trip. The question that people often ask is, can I feed my dog a raw diet when I go away? Well the answer is absolutely yes you can!

We were thrilled when one of our wonderful customers, Lee Stirrup, offered to write a blog for us highlighting the ease of travelling with our frozen raw products!

Posted in: General Advice

Sponsoring Nick Thompson’s Seminar!

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 1106 Views

We are excited to be sponsoring the Enjoy Your Dog’s seminar on Saturday the 6th October, where holistic Vet, Nick Thompson BSc (Vet Sci) Hons, BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS, will be the guest speaker.

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