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Edgard and Cooper Dental – Apple & Eucalyptus – LARGE

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Edgard and Cooper Dental – Mint & Strawberry – SMALL

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Edgard and Cooper Dental – Mint and Strawberry – MEDIUM

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Lamb Puffs 100gr

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Little Fish 100g

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Rabbit Ears

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Sweet Potato, 100g

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Why should I choose your raw food?

We’ve chosen to work with Benyfit Natural because they share our values. They use the highest quality ingredients, which they source from Britain. Plus their manufacturing process creates a chinkier mince which your dog will have to chew and which will help clean their teeth due to the bone content (their puppy range uses finer blades for a smoother mince for small mouths). On top of all of that, when you buy your dog’s raw food from us, you’ll know that our dogs (who we love enormously) have tested each recipe and that we know the team who actually make the food (which is made in relatively small batches, which we love). And, you can call us free anytime with questions about feeding your dog raw food. 0800 644 4662 or email woof@dogsabouttown.co.uk

Can I feed raw to my puppy?

Yes. It’s great to start your puppy off on raw straight away. The puppy range is minced into smaller bits for smaller mouths and it includes Verm-X, which provides a natural and effective control of intestinal hygiene.

Aren't bones dangerous for dogs?

Cooked bones are, yes. They can split into sharp pieces and harm your dog but raw bones are safe for them. You must always supervise your dog when they are eating a raw bone and make sure you choose a bone of appropriate size for your dog.

 

Why is tinned food & Kibble So Popular if Raw is better?

Raw used to be the most popular way to feed your dog but tinned food and kibble were introduced about 60 years for people’s convenience (and because it was a big business opportunity). Now pet food is a massive commercial market place and it can be hard to get the message our about raw food – especially when competing with a multi-million pound global industry. But a transformation back to raw dog food is underway and you can help by following us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and telling your doggy friends about raw. We see how much our dogs love their raw food everyday and we can’t wait for you to see it in your dog too!

What are the benefits of feeding raw?

Feeding your dog a complete raw food diet can have many benefits including;

  • Cleaner teeth & healthier gums
  • Better smelling breath
  • Smaller stools
  • Healthier skin & shinier coat
  • Better digestive health
  • Fewer allergic symptoms & less scratching
  • Easier weight management
Can any dog be fed a raw food diet?

Yes it can. Irrespective of breed, shape, age and size – genetically speaking the canine digestive system is the same in all dogs. So no-one needs to miss out. Waggy tails, all round!

How much should I feed my dog?

It depends on your do’s weight and energy levels. Check out our Portions Calculator and it will do the maths for you. Normally, you would feed your dog 2% of its equivalent body weight. So for a 25kg dog like Dexter, you would feed 500gr per day. Very active dogs might need a little bit more. Puppies need a little more – about 6%-8% of their bodyweight per day during their growth spurts, though this will tail off as they near 9 months of age. Again, our portions calculator will tell you how much to serve. It’s important to remember that no-one knows your dog as well as you do, so we always recommend that you use a visual test to keep their portions in line and adjust accordingly

My dog has a sensitive stomach, can they still eat raw food?

Yes. Benyfit Natural have special recipes for dogs with sensitive tummies (containing less offal). And they also have recipes for dogs who can’t eat vegetables (like Dexter), senior dogs and puppies.

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