Keeping your puppy entertained and occupied often involves shoving something in their mouth – ideally an object that isn’t precious (and therefore safe to be destroyed by needle-like teeth). If you opt for the natural alternative, the puppy chew toys that you choose will also assist to provide the nutritional support a growing puppy requires in order to grow into a healthy adult dog, ready for a long and happy life.
Managing the challenges of ageing is something that all doggo mums and dads will encounter at some stage in their journey. However, issues relating to joint health, including arthritis, can often be managed with a range of natural foods and supplements for dogs.
The weird and wonderful range of dog treats available at Gully Road are famous for the equally weird reactions that postmasters around the country have to the smell of your doggo’s eagerly awaited treat delivery. While stinky seafood dog treats and weird (delicious) grass fed beef chews might be the stuff of your dog’s dreams, some situations call for a little more subtlety in the odour department. Be it for munching indoors or in the car, there is a low odour dog chew perfect for every situation.
If your doggo enjoys a gourmet treato selection that includes a variety of the most balanced, enriched and nutritious dog treats and meals (yes, welcome to the exclusive club of hoomans who spend more money on their humble pooch than themselves), you might find yourself feeling a little deflated when said gourmet treatos disappear in a matter of one large gulp and a few licks of the lips. Don’t despair faithful canine parent – there is a naturally sourced range of long lasting dog treats available that are perfect for enthusiastic chewers, gulpers and spoilt-rotten doggos who love to spend their days endlessly munching with contentment.
A raw meat dog food diet is the most natural way for your doggo to access the nutrients that they require for optimum health. Many pawrents are new to raw feeding for dogs and there are plenty of questions to be answered. Should dogs eat raw food every day? How much raw meat should I…
The question of what to feed dogs with sensitive stomachs is a surprisingly common one. While many pooches can happily tuck in to a hearty feed of whatever is the stinkiest thing lying around (cow poop – Bach) many of our number one doggos aren’t so lucky. For some hoo-mums and -dads, the most beautifully…
Gully Road isn’t just about delivering the most delicious stinkin’ treatos possible. For us, it’s just as important to ensure that each of our products are created as ethically as possible too. We love and care for all animals, so sourcing beef from Australia’s highest-welfare meat company made a lot of sense. Provenir is the…
Got stinky dog breath? We all know a doggo whose loving licks are scented with a certain unpleasant odour. The good news is that bad breath in dogs is usually very simple to fix with the right dental chews. Feeding a selection of natural dog chews can clean the teeth and remove those pesky odour-causing bacteria. There exist a large range of natural dental chews for dogs which are easy to incorporate into your doggo’s diet and will give your canine friend many hours of both chewing enjoyment and nutritional benefit. In this article we discuss the back story of bad breath, the best dental chews for dogs and why we (Bach – more specifically) love them.
Crunchy, delicious and nutritious, our dried chicken feet dog treats are just one of the pawsome meal toppers that you can incorporate into your dog’s daily feeds. Adding dried treats to raw food meals can be extremely beneficial in supplementing your doggo’s nutritional intake, with just a few small additional ‘bits’ providing many significant key nutrients.
If you’ve ever witnessed your doggo rubbing their butt along the carpet (definitely less than ideal) then you’re well aware that dealing with worms is an unfortunate but necessary part of dog ownership. While chemical treatments are available for treating intestinal worms in dogs, there are a range of alternative natural remedies for dealing with these pesky parasites. Natural solutions are ideal for dogs with sensitivities or allergies and can also be useful as a preventative measure to avoid worms making their home inside your friendly pooch.