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I am always amazed about owners who religiously feed hypoallergenic dog foods because of possible skin and health problems from certain ingredients - mainly wheat - and then proceed to feed a treat that contains wheat!
This is probably because the majority of dog treats on the market are made from w...Read more >
Alison Daniel (Pet Nutritionist from Din Dins) ...Read more >
The slogan “a dog is for life and not just for Christmas” was created in 1978 by Dogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity. This slogan is still relevant today. The choice to become a dog owner is an important decision and should never be made on the spur of the moment.
In its 2011, annual St...Read more >
There are lots of good reasons for inviting a dog to join the family; dogs make great companions, bring lots of joy to our lives, and some say help us live longer! Despite these benefits, the decision to get a dog should never be taken lightly. Betty Miller always recommends that you do lots of resea...Read more >