Our Dog Blog

Why should a dog be fed Small Breed Food?

 The nutritional size can vary from different sizes of dogs, the smaller dogs have a different diet to most dogs especially much larger ones then themselves. The smaller sizes of dogs have a vastly more quicker metabolism rate than any other dog due to the size of the dog It needs more energy around it’s […]

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Light Therapy for Dogs

The Photizo Vetcare Light therapy is a use of medicine that helps to relieve pain and inflammation in pets, research reveals that it has dozens of benefits for pets. It is a very simple but effective way of relieving your pet from aches, pains. Photizo Vetcare is a simple-to-use, rechargeable non-invasive treatment tool to accelerate […]

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A thank you to Tom Tinn-Disbury

This will be a little different from the normal dog advice blog as we would like to thank Tom Tinn-Disbury for creating these commissioned artworks for us. These pieces have been a welcome addition to the catalogue, with their humour and unique art style makes them stand out against the crowd when placed on the […]

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The benefits of buying a dog crate

Your dog’s needs are an important part of keeping them happy and healthy throughout their life and with most adult dogs sleeping somewhere around 12 hours per day it’s best if they have a comfortable place where this can happen, but isn’t intrusive to your lifestyle.  Why are dog crates good for training and managing […]

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How our quality dog beds are made!

How our quality dog beds are made. Here at Hunt and Wilson we offer the best quality when it comes to making your desired dog bed. We pride ourselves in sourcing locally made fabrics and all of our products are handmade within a 2 mile radius! We offer a range of beds to suit all […]

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Do you know if your dog is obese?

Throughout the last decade, obesity has become prevalent in dogs (as well as cats). According to the PDSA, veterinary professionals estimated that 46% of the dogs that they saw in practice each week were either overweight or obese, however – in PDSA surveys only 15% of owners actually described their dog as overweight or obese […]

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Is palm oil in your dog food?

What is palm oil? Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil that comes from the fruit of oil palm trees.  Although it isn’t inherently bad if farmed sustainably, many farms farm unsustainably. In the past year, its widespread use has become more known due to advertising campaigns, but many products – including numerous dog food […]

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Consumer confusion around allergies

Confusion around allergies How do you know for sure your dog has an allergy? Could it be a flea bite? Is it observed during the humid months of the year? Is your dog bathed regularly?  Some protein allergies do exist but the nutritional formulation and processing controls can vary widely among pet foods. Nevertheless, consumers […]

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How does our Turkey recipe benefit your senior dog

As you age your body slows down and you start to use less energy, dogs are no different.  As they age their energy levels decrease and they generally require more calorie driven meals. If their diet isn’t changed this can lead to them becoming obese, most owners will use the same food throughout their dogs life […]

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Why protein is vital in your dog’s diet.

What does protein do for your dog? Just like us, dogs need protein to help their body develop throughout their life. Making sure that your dog gets the dietary requirements of protein is very vital as it is the main source of development through food that will directly impact your pet. Making new skin cells, […]

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