The Itchy and Scratchy Show

A few months ago I shared with you details of a competition FRONTLINE Spot On are running on their Facebook page, to find the UK’s most dedicated pet owner. This is a reminder that entries close on the 10th September, so head on over to their page and get your entry in http://www.facebook.com/frontlinespoton It is quite timely that just this week was the first time … Continue reading The Itchy and Scratchy Show

Growling Tums

Growling Tums is the great name of a new dog food company, based in Glasgow. The owners started the company this year with the aim to provide a balance between healthy nutrition and price. They do this by selling their dog food exclusively on their own website. “Cheap Natural Dog Food for Smart Dog Owners” What’s interesting about Growling Tums is that all their foods are … Continue reading Growling Tums

Barker & Barker Natural Dog Treats

Since the 1970’s, Barker & Barker have been creating a healthy alternative of dog training treats, tasty toppers and supplements. All of the ingredients are human grade and contain no artifical additives, preservatives, colourings and are totally GM free. They also never use cereals or grains like rice and oats, which are all carbohydrate rich. Lupo has been trying a selection of the training treats, … Continue reading Barker & Barker Natural Dog Treats

A healthy and happy New Year for your beloved pet

Most of us overindulge a little over the Christmas and New Year period and start January with a diet and detox; but what about our pampered pets? A recent survey from Melton Mowbray’s Town & Country Petfoods, owners of the HiLife brand of high quality pet food, has revealed that 60% of respondents plied their animals with special treats over the festive period. But whilst … Continue reading A healthy and happy New Year for your beloved pet

Christmas Food – keeping your dog safe

December usually means the house is full of treats and goodies, but how can you be sure what’s safe for your dog to eat? We all have the best intentions when avoiding food bad for our dogs, but sometimes a plate left on the table or kitchen worktop is too much temptation for them and could be disastrous. In this post I have detailed some of … Continue reading Christmas Food – keeping your dog safe