To Cook Or Not To Cook?  Part 2

To Cook Or Not To Cook? Part 2

Part 1 of this post covered why some people like to cook for their pets, and dealt briefly with what should be included at mealtimes. (Missed Part 1? Catch up here!) But is it better to cook, or ser…
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To Cook Or Not To Cook? Part 1

To Cook Or Not To Cook? Part 1

Many hard core raw feeders are often aghast at the idea of anyone cooking for their pet.  For those interested in learning more about the pros and cons of feeding raw compared to cooking for…
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Avoiding Bloat - Naturally!

Bloat in dogs can be a killer - and sometimes by the time you've even noticed something is very wrong, it can be too late.  Dogs fed processed food are five times more likely to suffer from bloat…
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Tumeric - the wonder spice!

Tumeric has long been acknowledged as something of a "superfood", and has been used for thousands of years in traditional asian medicine.  At Allprovide, we include this amazing spice in all our…
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Did you know your dog can smell stress?

New research has shown that some dogs can actually smell cortisol - the stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands.  Having correct cortisol levels can help people fight infection, and they ar…
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The Labelling of Pet Foods

At Allprovide, we are extremely proud of our ingredients, and we only use the best. We also never have any "hidden extras" or potentially misleading descriptions, unlike (according to a recent article…
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Chocolate

Chocolate = Pet Poison! Be aware, and take care not to leave anything containing chocolate within your pet's reach this festive season!Remember that it is the cocoa solids that are the toxic part, so…
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You, your pet, and MRSA

New research suggests that not only can you catch the MRSA bacteria from your dog or cat, but your pet can just as easily catch it from you!  Whilst MRSA infections in pets are rare, one can neve…
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