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3 dogs eatingNutrition is very important for our pets, ask us if you need help with overweight or underweight dogs or cats.

Also if you need a good nourishment plan for your puppy, dog, kitten, cat or aged pets.

We even have a cancer diet.






Easy Feed Guidelines

Having been a dog owner for over 40 years I have come to learn the pitfalls of feeding your dog commercial food, or worse still supermarket cans.

Now I understand fully that dog food is expensive, however, so are vet bills, insulin, cortisone, pain killers, anti-inflammatory drug and others, all of which may end up being what your dog needs if his/her diet has been poor quality for many years.

It is no different to us! Yes prevention is better than cure.

If you are feeding your dog commercial brands be sure you know all about the calories and also make sure you balance that diet well.

Understand about unnecessary fillers preservatives and other nasties.

If you haven’t heard the "horror stories" about the tainted, and sometimes toxic, dog foods on the market, AND ABOUT ALL THE DOG FOOD RECALLS then at least do some research before choosing your dogs food.

Make yourself aware of the poor quality, sometimes useless, filler ingredients in many commercial dog foods and the dangers of many foods cooked in our homes for our dogs.

Life Onions, Chocolate, Grapes etc They can rob your dog of… IT'S ENERGY, IT'S HEALTH, AND EVEN OF IT'S VERY LIFE

Even if you prepare your dog's food at home, there's the danger of feeding the wrong type of food.

Most responsible dog owners, just want the best for your dog within a certain budget, right?

Feed them too much, and they get fat and develop serious health problems; feed them too little and they become scavengers and eat anything that looks like it might have a taste.

It certainly doesn't help that some dogs simply have no "full" meter, they'll eat until they get sick, and other dogs will pick at their food like a picky preschooler.

It's hard to know if you're feeding them the right amount when your dog won't tell you.

And dogs never, ever turn down something yummy.

Free Feeding

The practice of always having a full bowl of dog food out for your dog to eat when he sees fit, is really not recommended at all.

Dogs that free-feed tend more to obesity than dogs with scheduled feeding times since it is almost impossible to monitor how much your dog is actually eating each day.

If your dog has diabetes by any chance and you don’t know leaving food out could have serious consequences.

The Guidelines on the Dog Food Bag

Every dog food bag should come with a set of feeding guidelines specific to that dog food.

These guidelines are usually based on the weight of your dog (ie: one cup for every 50 pounds of dog, twice daily), and are a rough estimate of how much your dog needs to meet his nutritional needs.

Feeding Homemade Cooking (or not cooking for raw) for your dogs is one of the best ways to feed them, but certainly not easy.

And calculating exactly how much your dog should eat in one meal is even harder, since he won't have the willpower to walk away and leave some of it behind when he's full.

I believe, Raw4Dogs has a handy calculator to help you figure out how much your dog should be eating.

Go have a look!

There is a fully comprehensive book I recommend called

The Complete Guide to Your Dog’s Nutrition 

Here's some of what you'll discover

  • How to choose the healthiest dog food to suit your dog's needs
  • The 6 step method to quickly overcome diet related SKIN PROBLEMS
  • Learn how to go past the hype and know what the important facts are regarding a healthy dog diet
  • 5 steps to properly manage the FINICKY EATER
  • The simple method to properly read and understand any dog food label
  • The pros and cons of commercial food versus homemade dog food
  • What you should learn about the recent frightening dog food recalls
  • Hot to avoid then 3 most common 'dog food ' health problems
  • The recalled brands of dog foods
  • Understand the exact nutritional requirements your dog has
  • How to overcome your dog getting bored with their food
  • Powerful tips to choosing a diet to help prevent BLADDER and KIDNEY STONES
  • The truth about the BARF diet and whether it can really benefit your dog
  • How to switch foods the best way to prevent gastric upsets
  • What dog foods can help with a healthy shiny dog coat
  • Just how much protein, carbohydrate, fat and calories SHOULD your dog be getting
  • The easy way to understand how "guaranteed analysis" applies to your dog's food
  • 12 of the best dog foods on the market revealed to help your dog live a healthier happier life
  • The 4 proven steps to changing to a new and healthier dog food diet
  • What you must understand about the special dietary needs of your dog, whether a puppy, adult, senior, or convalescing dog
  • New special diets for the dog with diabetes, allergies or dermatitis
  • What are the BEST BRANDS of dog food for your dog
  • What you should know about DOG TREATS
  • The way to choose NATURAL dog foods
  • The real facts of wet versus dry dog food
  • A detailed list of all the ingredients in the better dog foods
  • A simple technique for managing BAD BREATH
  • The surprising pros and cons of a vegetarian diet for your dog
  • The revealing facts about dog food supplements and additives
  • The truth about Omega 3 oils revealed
  • 101 easy to cook and inexpensive home cooked DOG FOOD RECIPES
  • How to identify hidden dangerous & poisonous foods foods for your dog in your home
  • Surefire tips to manage diet related problems such as gas, diarrhoea, bad breath and anal gland disease.
  • 7 helpful tips for controlling dog food allergies
  • Managing the overweight dog
  • Managing the finicky FUSSY EATER who is 'bored' with their food
  • Learn what some dog companies don’t want you to know about dog food
  • The truth about dog food allergies revealed
  • How to prepare quick and wholesome home cooked food
  • Ways to manage the dog that doesn't seem to eat enough
  • The critical 'dangerous' ingredients in dog food to watch out for
  • What table scraps to NEVER FEED your dog
  • The step by step scientifically proven management of dog allergies
  • How to improve your dogs brain power, response & intelligence with diet
  • How to properly switch from tinned to dry food and vice versa and prevent gastric problems
  • Discover if the BARF Diet is suitable for your dog.