Building relationship with your dog

Building relationship with your dog

As a dog walker in Newcastle, my co-workers are always hearing me say “Once you’ve established relationship, you can let him off.” But what does this mean, and how can you go about building relationship with your dog? In this case, relationship is not so much about feeling (though feeling often follows), but about connection […]

The use of carbohydrate in dog food

Carbohydrate in dog food Which carbohydrate foods are best suited for dogs? Should dogs eat wheat? Can dogs digest corn? Should dogs eat grains at all? Lets try to answer these questions by taking a closer look at carbohydrate in dog food. It is thought that the ancestors of our domesticated dogs were feral or […]

The use of meat in dog food

meat in dog food

The use of meat in dog food Dogs are non-obligate carnivores, rather than omnivores, which means their teeth, digestion, enzymes etc are primarily that of a carnivore, but they have adapted to cope with small amounts of vegetable and grains. Nevertheless it is important for us as dog owners to understand the use of meat in dog […]