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As dogs get older, their nutritional needs change. Why? For a start, your dog has stopped growing. Secondly, adult and senior dogs are less active. And thirdly, older dogs can start to experience physical and cognitive challenges, just like older humans. By feeding your dog a Superior Nutrition diet tailored for their life stage, you can help your best friend thrive and live their best life in their adult and golden years.
Puppies grow up so fast - in just a year or two, they'll accomplish what you do in 15 years. To support your puppy as they grow and learn, feeding them an age appropriate Superior Nutrition diet should be a top priority.
- When it comes to your pet's dental health, prevention is always the best treatment. However, identifying where there might be a dental health condition is often near impossible, with many pets showing no obvious symptoms at all.While it may be hard to identify, 80% of dogs and cats over three years of age have some form of dental disease.*
Do you have a precious purebred? If so, then you might be interested in feeding your dog a diet made specifically for their breed. That’s right – breed-specific dog food is formulated match your breed’s unique needs!
Here’s a look at some of the key benefits of breed-specific dog food and the reasons why we recommend these tailored diets for pedigree pooches.
Just like people, all dogs are unique. Their breed, size, age, weight, lifestyle and overall health are key deciding factors in how we care for them and what we feed them. Here we take a look at how care nutrition diets, also known as speciality care or special needs diets, can assist with some common canine health problems.
With so many dog food options out there, it can be hard to know what to feed your dog. Wet food is a great way to give your dog a hydration boost, while dry food is excellent for keeping their dental health in check. Read on to find out why feeding your dog a combination of both will give your pooch the best of both worlds.
Guy Fawkes is fast approaching and while it might be an exciting event on the calendar for us, it can be quite the opposite for our pets causing anxiety and in some cases running away from the distress. The bright lights and loud noises aren't something they see and hear every day therefore it can lead to stress related behaviours such as hiding, pacing and barking.