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.
As many dog owners know, the responsibility of being a hoo-mum or dad includes the job of teaching your dog which behaviours are acceptable as well as training them to respond to your commands. Using positive reinforcement – also known as reward – is an effective way to teach and encourage your dog to repeat desired behaviours. While there are a range of rewards that you can offer your dog, training with dog treat rewards is perhaps the most powerful way to motivate behaviour.
If you’ve ever sat down to dinner with your doggo drooling uncontrollably at your feet (or worse, had your delicious steak pinched off the bench while your back is turned) you know that doggos rarely say no to sharing human food. A range of fruit and vegetables commonly found in the kitchen can serve as valuable supplements for dog health. However, some of the treats that we like to enjoy can have negative impacts on canine health and some fruits and vegetables can even be deadly for dogs. In this article we discuss human food for dogs – which fruit and vegetables to feed for optimum health as well as those to avoid.
While they may not be your average dog treats, the weird bits such as beef lung, heart, kidney, beef liver and tongue are jam-packed with important nutritional benefits for dogs. This beef offal also forms an important part of Gully Road’s ethical treat sourcing philosophy, which is focused on ensuring sustainable and ethical processing of…
Let’s face it . . . Dog treats with hair or fur on them are pretty confronting – scary even. Like “what little shop of horrors did this thing come from”?? But the hairy bits in your dog treat selection might are supaw good for your pooch and their doggo digestive health. Dogs love munching on fur treats and they make up an important part of a balanced diet as well as being a natural dewormer.