Understandably we have had a number of calls questioning the various articles in the national newspapers over the weekend, regarding the recent study produced at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Before I go any further I would like to point out that this research was undertaken in a country with different legislation for raw dog food, and performed on a tiny sample. No numbers were given to say how many animals, if any, were reported as ill as a result.
We are looking forward to an exciting year here at Nutriment as we are sponsoring
Wicked Flyball Club, based from Overton in Hampshire, and we will be closely following and sharing with you their exploits throughout the coming months as they take part in Flyball Competitions across the UK culminating in the British Flyball Associations Outdoor Championship in August.
If there is one supplement you do not want your pet to miss out on it must really be Spirulina! We include spirulina in all of our Formulas (apart from the Just and Organic range) as this small algae is just so packed with important minerals and vitamins, whether you are thinking of boosting your dog’s
Dogs at times seem to go off their food. We help many people with this issue but often the reasons for it are quite simple. Dogs go through phases which can mean that food is left and there seems to be no interest. It’s even worse when you feel you need to resort to tinned
Raw meaty bones are often one of the scariest things to introduce when you start on a raw and fresh diet, it gives some trepidation however the benefits do outweigh the concern, and you do overcome it! Knowing your dog and wisely picking bones which suit your size of dog is important. Bone is essential
Rawhides are still one of the most popular dog treats around. All dogs need to chew, it’s natural to them, it provides stimulation and can help relieve anxiety however these might not be the best chew to give to your dog! Firstly, whilst marketed often as an “all natural” dog treat, rawhide, is NOT raw