Dogs have to go out every day, not only do they have business to tend to, they also need their exercise! Try one or more of these tips in wet weather:
Is your dog a bundle of energy or a little more calm and laid-back? Regardless of their breed, age or size, all dogs need physical activity to reduce anxiety, combat boredom and support their health.
Our journey began with our dog Jonah. His coat is lush and as dark as midnight, quite an imposing figure should he stroll over for a smell! But he hasn't always been the picture of health he is today. We began by cooking him homemade meals, and then, the idea of Fetchit was born.
The benefits a fresh food diet has on your dog greatly outweighs a processed and commercial food diet. Here a few tips and guidelines on making a smooth transition to the better and fresher diet.
Green-lipped mussels are one of our favourite ingredients in the Fetchit Kitchen. Not only do they have some great health benefits for humans, they are also highly beneficial for our dogs by helping to reduce joint pain and protect cartilage!
As your pup is switching away from a dry food diet, it’s important to realise that it’s common to see effects in digestion. At first, you’ll notice variation in the consistency of their number 2's. As your dog’s tummy adjusts and their digestibility improves, their poop’s too will improve!
Dry kibble was invented barely 60 years ago, and dogs have been around for about 14,000 years. What did they eat before? “Human” food! Feeding fresh isn’t new, kibble is.
Just like us, dogs require a variety of organic foods and nutrients for a balanced diet. So which fruit and vegetables are good for dogs?
Vets say there’s a sizeable difference between what owners think their dogs should look like, and what a healthy body composition truly is.
A healthy diet and regular exercise delivers excellent health benefits and ensures our loved ones are well looked after!