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  • Do the treats smell bad?
    Most of our treats do have an odour, but its subjective. What I think smells really bad, someone else wouldn't think was bad at all. Saying that, some have a stronger smell than others but we recommend storing them in an airtight container to help keep the treats fresh and to hold in any smells. If you come across a treat that you just can't stand the smell of, make it an outdoor treat!!
  • My dog is allergic to chicken, beef and pork. Do you sell treats that he/she can have?
    Absolutely! We do lots of different proteins so you should be able to find something that suits you dogs needs. Some of our novel protein treats include goat, rabbit and camel
  • My dog has never had treats like these before. Where do I start?
    Firstly, awesome choice!! These are not only a tasty treat but they have actual health benefits for your dogs with none of the nasty extras you can find in the ‘big brand’ packaged treats. 100% natural treats generally have a higher quality and quantity of protein, bone and natural fats than your dogs may be used to having in their treats/diet. This ‘richness’ can cause tummy upsets if they have too much too quickly. I recommend giving 1 small treat once a day or every other day to begin with. Some of the larger treats can be cut up into smaller pieces. This approach should avoid any major tummy issues and once they are used to them you can give as often as you want, although 1 per day is generally what my dogs get. If your dog still ends up with a runny tummy then stop the treats for a few days and then start again at a slower pace than before.
  • I really want to give my dogs healthy treats but your treats look awful!!
    We do have customers who are a bit squeamish about some of our treats and couldn't dream of giving their dogs a rabbit ear or a chicken foot. Don't worry, we have plenty of treats that don't look like they have just been chopped off an animal for those of you with a delicate disposition. If you're unsure what to order, pop me a message and I'll help you out with a selection of our 'normal' looking treats.
  • Are those really your dogs?
    Yes!! My friend is a professional photographer hence the gorgeous pictures!! She's based in Northumberland and is truly a wizard with the camera and the dogs!!
  • If dogs can't digest fur then why should I feed furry rabbit ears to my dog?
    The fur covering the rabbit ears is actually classed as a source of fibre, and as we all know, fibre in the diet aids good digestive health... 1) As fur is undigestible, it basically brushes its way through the digestive tract and helps to clear away food residue which can build up over time. This build up of food residue can cause a sluggish digestive system, which can over time cause discomfort. 2) Cleaning the digestive tract aids your dog's body in absorbing most of the nutrients being ingested through the cell wall of the digestive tract. Clean digestive system = more nutrients absorbed. 3) The 'brushing' action of the fur also acts as a natural protection against worms by brushing away worms and eggs in the digestive system. To achieve optimum protection, it’s advised to feed regularly PLUS it helps negate the need for harsh worming tablets if you combine natural wormers such as these with other natural worming techniques. 4) The fur also aids in cleaning teeth too as it rubs a little of the surface plaque off the gums and between the teeth. 5) Fibre/fur is great for bulking up poo. To naturally express the anal glands (yuk but true), poo needs to be firm enough to press against the anal glands as it passes through.
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