Article originally published on SitStay. Refer to the original article here. Article written by Dr Erica Irish. Two of my…
When you have a picky furkid, it leads to constant headaches worrying about what treats & food to buy. Afraid that he/she may reject the food. There have been many frustrating moments whereby I buy Gigi’s treats in bulk (especially during a good sale) & I realise that she doesn’t even like them!
Here are my top 5 picks of treats for other furkids who are picky like Gigi – all tried & tested on the queen of treats.
If you are like me and tired of cooking the same food over and over and over again, then this article is for you. I used to cook enough for 2 meals each day and it got tedious. First, I could not vary his proteins much (Erm, how much variety of meat can you find in our local supermarkets?). Second, what a waste when I buy offals and throw away the bulk of it because Ori should only have 5% of such proteins. Third, it got boring.
This is my beginner’s guide to all dog owners out there, hope this helps to kick start your journey to home-cooked food or to fine tune your current recipes. I am not a professional nutritionist, if your dog have pre-existing issues, please seek advice from your vet.
Dear hoomums and hoodads out there, do you have the misconception that dogs eat exactly what we eat? For instance, rice, meat and vegetables are sufficient to constitute a nutritious and balanced diet?
Like many of you, when I first adopted Max, that was what I thought. However, after a horrible itchy episode that Max suffered, I realised that what I was feeding was highly inflammatory and not even balanced!
The raw diet for dogs and cats has always been a controversial topic amongst pet owners.
Even the best dog influencers and cat influencers out there have to be ensured a healthy diet to stay strong and active. There are a diverse variety of pet food options out there, but which types of foods are truly the best for your furkid? Here are some points to consider if you are in a dilemma over a suitable food option for your own pet: