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for dogs

Tasty, fresh, air-dried meats are made like jerky treats. Irresitable to even the pickiest eaters.

Dogs go nuts for the unique, jerky-like texture and taste. Perfect for picky eaters or any pup that deserves to be spoiled.

Good for Picky Eaters

High in natural sources of Glucosamine and Chondroitin – it's great for joint health.

NO synthetic vitamins or minerals, and yet it has all the nutrients your dog needs – entirely from natural sources! A typical "natural" kibble has 30 synthetics.

NO gluten, NO legumes, NO wheat, NO soy, NO rice, NO corn, NO potatoes, which can all interfere with the absorption of essential nutrients.

Macadamia nuts contain a toxin that can affect your dog’s muscles and nervous system resulting in weakness, swollen limbs and panting.

The onion family, whether dry, raw or cooked, is particularly toxic to dogs and can cause gastrointestinal irritation and red blood cell damage. Signs of illness are not always immediate and can occur up to a few days later.

4. Corn on the cob

Avocados are another poisonous food for dogs. Avocado plants contain a substance called Persin which is in its leaves, fruit and seed and can cause vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs.

Giving your dog a raw uncooked bone to chew on is great, but avoid cooked bones at all cost. These can easily splinter and in large quantities cause constipation or at worst, a perforation of the gut which can be fatal.

Our desire for sweet treats, chewing gum and drinks together with low-fat, diet and sugar-free products (including some peanut butters so always check the label before using this as a treat) are often laced with an artificial sweetener called Xylitol which causes an insulin release in our bodies. However, if your dog digests one of these sweetened foods they can go into hypoglycaemia which is linked to liver failure and blood clotting disorders.