Health and nutrition – joint health
More on glucosamine and chondroitin https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/a… https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/1…
More on joint health for dogs https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com…
More on Omega 3s anti-inflammatory effects https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/…).
TICKS, FLEA’s & YOUR FURRY FRIENDS
As the weather warms up the tick and flea populations start to multiply like crazy. Due to this our pets well being becomes more especially important as we head into summer.
WHAT IS PROTEIN
In this video, protein as a criteria compulsory to mention on petfood labels is discussed at length. What is protein, what is its role as a nutrient, what is it made of, and what should you look for?
WHEN IS A DOG CONSIDERED SENIOR?
Pets age much faster than we do. The life span of a dog depends on its size or breed. In general, the larger the breed or size of the dog, the shorter the life span. For example, in a study of lifespans, only 13% of giant breed dogs lived to be over 10 years old. Conversely, 38% of small breed dogs live to be over 10 years of age.
ALL ABOUT FIBRES
What are fibres as a nutrient? As far as dog nutrition is concerned, are they good or bad? What are the different types of fibres and what is their role for your pet digestion and health? All these questions are answered in this video!
THE INGREDIENTS LIST
There is so much focus on the list of ingredients, however one must remember it is firstly a legal document, petfood manufacturers have to display on their bags. Secondly, because of the highly marketed nature of petfood, teams of specialists and experts are working hard to manipulate your opinion through the same list of ingredients, and create impressions which are often not based on facts or science, but on general public perception. In this video, we try to debunk a few myths on the topic, and explain clearly what to look for, to better understand what quality of petfood you are looking at.