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Dog Nutrition

Managing fussy eating in dogs

If your dog is a fussy eater, this could be because you give them too many treats or you have changed their food drastically. Here’s how to combat fussy eating in dogs.

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Top tips for feeding your dog

Managing your dog’s feeding will be partly determined by your dog’s size, breed and habits. Here are some top tips to help you get your dog on the right feeding path.

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Selecting the right food for your puppy or dog

Meat forms a large part of a dog’s diet, but they are not strictly carnivores. They also require grains, fruit and vegetables in order to have a healthy balanced diet. Your dog’s preferences, breed and age will be a factor in determining what to feed them.

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How to make mealtimes fun for your dog

Mealtimes needn’t be boring for your dog. Food can be a source of entertainment, providing much needed enrichment. These top tips will help make food more fun for your dog, and will also slow down your dog’s feeding habits, helping them to lead a healthier lifestyle.

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Human foods that are bad for your dog

To ensure your dog stays healthy it’s best to feed him the doggy food and treats that are made for him rather than giving him scraps off your dinner plate. Even so, an opportunistic dog could take a nibble of your food when you’re not looking, so it’s important to familiarise yourself with the dangers so that you can be extra cautious around these foods.

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Stop your dog eating your cat’s food

When cats and dogs live together in one household, it can be difficult to separate them at meal times.

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