They’re man’s best friend and we often welcome having them greet us with excited energy when we walk in the door after a long and sometimes challenging day. Very often it can be hard to find the motivation to then pull on the trainers and get in some much-needed movement.
Missing exercise can mean we miss out on so many fantastic physical and mental health benefits associated with moving one’s body. Did you know that by being pet owners, we are 34% less likely to exercise than people without ...
How can you and your pooch live a longer, healthier life? Here are our top 4 tips for not only quantity but also quality of life!
Make sure you and your pooch are getting in lots of exercise! The current recommendation for humans is 30 minutes of moderate physical activity per day. And I don't think your dog will mind joining you (unless it is one of those 3am jaunts that happens in the middle of winter...then..no they probably will still love it!).
Halloween is fast becoming a popular event in Australia as more and more trick or treaters scour neighbourhoods for treats or to leave a mischievous mark. Have you ever considered how your dog copes with this od human behaviour? Keep it fun and safe for your ‘Beasts’ this year with some of our spooktacular tips.
Quality time with your ‘Beast/s’Go for a walk and check out the decorations in the early afternoon before the frighters are out.
Dog Treats are a must, human treats are a must n...
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Try this fantastic recipe at home! Halloween themed dog treats, which if we say so ourselves don't go down too bad for humans also!
1 mashed banana
¼ cup frozen raspberries, defrosted
¼ cup shredded carrots
1 tsp turmeric
½ cup coconut flour
½ tsp. bicarb soda
1 flax egg (1 Tbsp. ground flax seeds mixed with 3 Tbsp. water)
1 Tbsp. maple syrup
2 Tbsp. Augustine Approved Certified Organic Raw Coconut Oil, melted + more for greasing
Start by preheating ...
On the other hand, we have COMPOSTABLE. Compostable means that a product can break down completely within 6 months with carbon dioxide, water and or inorganic compound through microbial activity. Exactly the same way that a plant in your backyard will break down if it is left to decompose. This makes compostable bags perfect for disposing of those steaming piles of...all while limiting our landfill footprint.
Aside from the many environmental impacts, Vegan dog foods can improve Allergies, Arthritis, Tummy Troubles and Weight problems.
Does your dog have allergies, arthritis, tummy troubles, weight issues or just a picky eater? Plant-based foods may be the answer you’ve been looking for!
Yes! But let's first explain why it is that dogs can eat plant-based, just like their human counterparts! In fact, many dogs get healthier on a plant-based diet compared to traditional animal-based pet foods. Dogs are omnivorous, and we know this because of the length of the small intestine...
The food manufactured to feed more than 160 million dogs and cats in the US is responsible for 30% of the pollution that meat production causes, resulting in the release of more than 64 million tons of carbon dioxide into the environment annually.
The best time to begin your dog on a vegan diet is when he is a puppy, but older dogs can convert easily too. Make any changes to your dogs diet SLOWLY. Begin by adding a small amount of veggies and VEGANPET dry food, slowly increasing the amounts replacing his old diet with the new.
To evaluate through a feed trial using adult dogs, the intake, palatablity, overall apparent digestibility of the dry matter, protein protein and fat of a vegan dog food formulated and manufactured for Sandy Anderson Pty Ltd named Sandy’s Veganpet Dog Food.
It is also possible to raise a meat-eating animal such as a cat or dog on a vegan diet and thus reduce the overall amount of animal suffering and death in the world by not supporting the exploitative industries of fishing and meat-farming.