Dog Talk

| Dog Ownership

Can dogs eat aniseed?

We’re looking into the ingredient that’s bound to turn into a trend: aniseed. Known for its ability to hype up dogs and get their senses going, this ancient herb has attracted much attention from curious pet people. 

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| Tails

Q&A with Maddie the American Staffy

Staffies. They're softer than most people think. And our mate @maddietheamstaff is one of the biggest softies we know. Find out why we love Maddie (and why you should too)!

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| Dog Nutrition

Are Green Lipped Mussels Good for Dogs?

There are so many reasons why these neon-green sea creatures are the perfect snack for dogs of all shapes, sizes and health conditions.

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| Dog Ownership

At home with your dog because of coronavirus? Here's how to keep your dog from going stir-crazy

Being prepared and informed is one of the best things you can do in any situation – for your dog, for you and for everybody. Here's what you can do to minimise your dog suffering from cabin fever during this pandemic.

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| Dog Nutrition

How To Get More Fish In Your Dog's Diet

For people or doggos alike, fish is full of flavour, nutrition, and benefits for the both of us. Unless you’re a fish foodie - or are some kind of marine expert - we understand why you might be seeking more information before diving into fish. Stick around for advice that makes a splash.

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| Dog Nutrition

The Best Meat Treat For Dogs With Allergies

If you’ve got a dog with allergies, you know that hunting out treats that won’t irritate their sensitive system can be a tough task. But every dog deserves to indulge: and for the vast majority of dogs with food allergies, there still remains a choice of meat that they can dig into without side effects.

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| Dog Nutrition

How Sarah found out her dog was allergic to Kangaroo

What do you do when you think your dog has an allergy? Meet Sarah, who encountered an unexpected hurdle when her pooch developed an allergy to a meat protein she never would have suspected. 

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