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Health & Nutrition

Why a Good Diet and Exercise are Inextricably Linked!

By Kate Bendix; broadcaster, journalist, founder of My Itchy Dog 2 months ago 1591 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.

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.

Weight Management

By Natural Instinct 3 months ago 20043 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.

A Bowl of Raw Food Keeps the Doggy Dentist Away!

By Broadcaster, Author, Trainer, Anna Webb has studied natural nutrition & therapies with College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT). 6 months ago 17746 Views

I didn’t appreciate quite how bad some dogs’ oral health can be until I re-homed Mr Binks in 2015.

Up until then I had been so proud of Molly, my late Miniature Bull terrier’s teeth. I remember asking a vet to guess her age from her general condition and her teeth.

Spring Is The Perfect Time To Switch To Natural Flea, Tick And Worm Control

By Kate Bendix; broadcaster, journalist, founder of My Itchy Dog 8 months ago 14030 Views

Spring is back, by popular demand, but boy did she keep us waiting this year! I don’t know about you but I’m so over the muddy walks and daily power washing of caked paws. But now the sun is shining, the bare trees are budding and the fleas are back in force.

How To Help Your Dog With Those Springtime Allergies.

By Kate Bendix; broadcaster, journalist, founder of My Itchy Dog 8 months ago 8694 Views

Dogs, and cats, like humans get hay fever. When the sun comes out and spring arrives the pollen takes to the air. The mud goes away and we’re back to walking our dogs on grass again, and all this sets off our hay fever, and that of our dog.

Keeping Your Dogs Safe In Winter

By Natural Instinct 1 years ago 22316 Views

It is wintertime once again and we have already had some sharp frosts and the first ice on the roads and paths (well we have up north!). Winter walks can be lovely and bracing especially if the sun is shining and the sky is blue but the colder it gets the more care we have to take out and about with our dogs.

Water is the fountain of life

By Anna Webb – Broadcaster, Author, Trainer, studied natural nutrition and therapies with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT) 1 years ago 5202 Views

These days we’re all much more familiar with the adage “ you are what you eat’.

Introducing Pure Offal

By Natural Instinct 1 years ago 5032 Views

Our new Pure Offal mix has been designed as a complementary addition to diets, a mix of 100% British Offal - Beef Liver, Beef Kidney and Beef Spleen.

Fit, well trained dogs are happy dogs!

By Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VETMFHom CertlAVH MRCVS RSHom 1 years ago 5680 Views

Medical issues such as obesity have a direct impact on how a dog feels and therefore how he or she behaves. Overweight dogs tire easily and can even be grumpy due to fatigue or aches and pains which are a direct result of excess weight. Joint pain is common in obese dogs and this can lead to pain induced aggression.

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