Whenever kibble is mentioned, the pushback from opponents is that it's highly processed therefore how can it possibly be good for you. 'Processed' has become a dirty word of late, and I think it's time we delved abit deeper into how it fits into the pet nutrition world. First off, it's very hard to compare … Continue reading Processed pet food: it’s not just kibble
Do you know when to change your pet's diet? Here are 5 key times when you should be considering a diet change! Some are not as obvious as others, but it's important to know when you should be seeking a dietary recommendation from your vet team or nutritionist. It is quite common to consider a … Continue reading 5 signs you need to change your pet’s diet
Feeding wet food to cats has many benefits, but it does have it's drawbacks. Wet diets are both palatable, full of moisture and lower in calories than a dry food, however given how expensive it is to feed an entirely wet food, and it's impact on dental health and can make it difficult to reconcile … Continue reading Feeding wet food – benefits & how to choose a diet!
Home cooking meals for your pets is not all it's cracked up to be. There are often many unbalanced, dangerous recipes floating around the internet that owners who don't know any better decide to try out and the proponents of these diets continue to reinforce the misconception that making your own pet food is simple … Continue reading The balancing act: preparing your own pet food
One of the biggest decisions you will make as a new puppy owner is what to feed your pet. In my opinion, there isn't anything more important than considering a diet that will provide all the necessary nutrients to support your pet's growth and avoid serious health consequences in the long run. When assessing a … Continue reading Feeding puppies, great and small