We take great care in sourcing all the ingredients that go into our natural dog treats and chews within the UK and Europe.
From puppy friendly treats and chews to pizzles/bully sticks and lots in between, our range offers you a great selection of natural dog treats and chews.
Whether your pet is young and bouncy or senior and calmer, our natural dog treats and chews are an excellent choice for dogs of all ages. Additionally, our natural puppy training treats are the perfect solution for teaching a youngster how to behave around the home and out on walks.
People often ask us about the best dog chew for their dogs, and we are always here to answer your questions, so please check out our natural dog treats online today.
Advice from the experts
You will probably be surprised at how much you can tell about your dog’s health and diet from the type of poo that they produce. Although probably not one of the most enjoyable things to do, a quick look, whilst you are scooping that poop can provide you with a wealth of useful information that you can use to help ensure that your dog is being fed the right amounts of food to the presence of worms or parasites.
Have you ever considered getting your dog a coat? Are you worried that during the winter months, they will be feeling the cold?
There are many factors that result in dogs feeling the cold and a coat could benefit them by giving them some extra warmth when the temperature drops.
Have you wondered what the health benefits are to owning a dog?
Whether it be mental or physical, the health benefits to owning a dog are plentiful. From combating loneliness to reducing stress levels, from improving social lives to making us more active, owning a dog makes us healthier.
Over the last twelve months or so, many of us have been lucky enough to spend prolonged periods of time with our dogs and puppies. Whether this has been the result of furlough or home working, it has been an unexpected and welcome experience. Now that things are getting back to normal, how will your dog cope going back to their old routine?
Have you been advised by your vet to put your dog on a low purine diet or do you have a breed of dog that is particularly susceptible to developing bladder stones?
Purines are a specific type of protein, which includes uric acid, and in normal dogs, the liver converts them into allantoins, which are passed out in urine. If your dog can't convert purines to allantoins, they excrete uric acid in their urine. Because uric acid isn't really water soluble and doesn't pass through readily in urine, it's easy for stones to form in the susceptible dog's bladder.
There are many so called ‘dental chews’ on the market at the moment including ones developed by very popular brands. These chews claim to be an easy and healthy way for you to keep your dog’s teeth clean and minimise plaque. Unfortunately these chews are often filled with not so healthy ingredients including derivatives, fillers and additives.