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Pet Nutrition

Pet Nutrition from our Vet Know-how team



The Truth About Cranberries

We've all heard about drinking cranberry juice for urinary problems, but does it work? And more importantly could it work for our pets? We uncover the myth of cranberries.
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Nutritional Support For Heart Disease In Dogs

How can diet help to slow progression of heart disease and increase quality of life for dogs.
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Is your cat...erm...well...
FAT?

More than five million cats in the UK are overweight - is puzzle feeding the answer?
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Dog Supplements - a top-up of what your dog needs

Our supplements can give your dog a little boost - top-up gravey supplements specially formulated for healthy joints, skin and digestion.
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How can I help my dog or cat lose weight?

Helping your pet lose weight will make them healthier and happier - here's how.
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Seaweed, good at keeping the grey matter going

Our vets know that Seaweed is good for brain health; this is why it is in our Senior diet.
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What exactly does hypoallergenic mean?

Hypoallergenic. A word we're hearing more and more, but what does it mean? Vet's Kitchen's nutritional adviser, Fiona Firth explains.
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Wet and dry food, is one better than the other?

Have you ever wondered what is the benefit of wet or dry food? We've written a small article to show you the difference.
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Immune Support For Your Pets

Like humans, our animals have an immune system to defend their bodies but is there anything we can do to support it?
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Testing Palatability Of Our Healthy & Natural Pet Food

It sounds obvious that pet food should taste good to pets but how do we know it is? How do we test it's tastiness?
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Nutritional Support For Dementia In Dogs

Our dogs are living longer lives which therefore means we see more age related illnesses. But did you know changing their nutrition might help make their longer lives more comfortable?
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What Ingredients To Look For In A Weight Loss Pet Food

If your dog or cat needs to lose a little weight, it can be difficult to know where to start. The theory is simple, eat less and burn more calories. But in reality, this can be more difficult.
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What Is Ash In Pet Food?

When you see ash or crude ash in pet food, you instinctively think of burnt pet food. But what if that isn't correct? what if ash is actually a good thing?
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Oats & Omega Fatty Acids

The harvest season can bring us unwanted visitors such as harvest mites and fleas that make our dogs and cats itchy. However, with the harvest, come many natural plant chemicals and nutrients that can actually support skin health.
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Complete Guide To Commercially Prepared Dog Food Diets

Clinical Director, Jenny Philp BVMS MRCVS at Vet’s Klinic talks about deciphering the nutritional value of commercially prepared dog food diets.
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When it comes to protein in pets food, quality and quantity matter

Our vets know that with protein, quality and quantity are very important
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Benefits of chicory for pet's digestive health

We include chicory in our products because our vets know that it is great for digestive health
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Prebiotics and probiotics for a healthy digestion

Upset stomach? Adding certain ingredients in your pets' diet can often benefit digestive health.
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How many calories does my dog or cat need?

We know how many calories a human needs to survive day by day, but what about our four legged friends?
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Dandelion & Parsley in Vet's Kitchen Cat Food

We use dandelion and parsley in our cat food but do you know why they are so good?
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Why Do Cats Eat Less in the Summer?

We explain why the season, temperature and environment can all affect a cat's food preferences.
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Vet Know-how - Feeding you Puppy

Top Vet Know-how tips on feeding your growing puppy.  Puppies grow at a rapid rate and to maintain healthy development they require more energy and nutrients from their food than adult dogs.  Learn more.
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