Nutrition Tips

Pets need a healthy and balanced diet that is beneficial to their overall mental and physical health.  Good quality foods will digest well and provide them with everything they need to be healthy and happy. 

 Here you'll find useful information on all-natural food for snacks and ingredients that are safe for your pet's daily consumption. 


Apples are a great source of fibre called pectin that aids in regular digestion and over all good gut health. They also contain vitamins, potassium and antioxidants that support the immune system and fight off degenerative diseases.  The act of chewing crunchy apples also cleans their teeth and freshens their breath. 

IMPORTANT: Be sure to remove the seeds and core. The seeds contain small amounts of toxin, not suitable for their digestion.

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Australian Goat Milk

Provides complete nutrition as it is rich in vitamins and minerals. It has anti-mucous and anti-inflammatory benefits and is suitable for dogs and cats of all ages. Ideal for treating intestinal inflammation, it can assist pets with IBD or any digestive problems. Goat’s milk also contains 'prebiotic' carbohydrates that nourish beneficial gut bacteria. It’s less allergenic than cow’s milk, with smaller fat globules and higher concentrations of small and medium-chain fatty acids and provides immune system support.

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Barley Grass

Barley grass is a natural anti-inflammatory, rich in a wide range of nutrients.  Also a natural source of antioxidants, it is suitable for pets of all ages. The perfect ingredient to add to food providing active enzymes, vitamin C, amino acids, chlorophyll, beta-carotene and minerals. Barley grass is highly beneficial, working to help support digestion, promote fresh breath, renewed energy and healthier skin and coat. It also boosts the immune system and overall wellness.

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Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, support urinary tract health, can reduce inflammation, and are one of the most powerful anti-ageing dog treats around. You can give them to your canine companions as frozen treats or fresh, both provide the same value of nutrition.

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Bone Broth

Bone broth is filled with anti-inflammatory nutrients such as glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate that work to help joints stay strong. It also contains glycine for overall gut health, proline and arginine. These amino acids work on the whole body as an anti-inflammatory. The collagen in bone broth helps with bone strength and development. Ideal for pets of all ages, the benefits of bone broth extend to digestion support, detoxing the liver, supporting heart health, healthy skin and coat and is an overall boost for their immune system.

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Formally known as boswellia serrata or Indian frankincense, it has been used in India for centuries as an anti-inflammatory for both people and animals.

The benefits of boswellia reach far beyond an anti-inflammatory which is commonly used for promoting good joint health. By shrinking inflamed tissue it improves blood supply to the affected areas of the body repairing damaged blood vessels. It’s also used to treat digestive disorders and skin allergies.

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Chicken hearts

Freeze-dried chicken hearts are an excellent source of protein, iron, and omega-3 fatty acids. Great for skin and coat, heart, muscle, and joint health. They may also help improve metabolism, brain, and gut function. 

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Chicken necks

Freeze-dried is the safest way to give your pet chicken necks. Due to their fragility, they break down in the mouth so there is no danger of choking. High in protein and calcium, the necks are filled with connective tissue and cartilage, which contain glucosamine and chondroitin for good joint health.

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Chicory Root

Chicory root is a natural source of prebiotic that can promote healthy bacteria in the gut. Rich in inulin fibre, its direct impact on intestinal microorganisms is second to none. Chicory root is the perfect supplement for healthy digestion ensuring a stronger natural defence for pets.

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The humble egg, one of the most nutritious snacks you can offer your fur baby! Providing essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals a dog and cat needs. Also loaded with unique antioxidants and lutein 8 zeaxanthin, that can have powerful protective effects for the eyes. Eggs provide more than double the amount of choline per 100g, than any other food. Choline is an important nutrient for pets. Low choline levels has been implicated in liver disease, heart disease and neurological disorders like cognitive decline.


Best known for its ability to manage nausea, due to its calming effect on the gut. Rich in antioxidants, ginger can support pets with motion sickness, vomiting, sensitive stomach, gastrointestinal problems and bloating. It is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and can be used to provide cognitive support. Ginger also aids in the production of bile, making it helpful for the digestion of fats.

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Green Tea

Green tea is a natural source of the amino acid, L-theanine, known to reduce stress in pets.

L-theanine assists in the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with healthy, calm emotions and self-control. Serotonin has been shown to help relieve anxiety, depression and aggression in dogs and cats. Since L-theanine is a natural amino acid, it can improve pet behaviour without the concern of organ damage.

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Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are the perfect balance of omega fatty acids. Not only is hemp seed the most potent plant source of omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, they are present in an ideal ratio of 3:1 (omega-6 to omega-3), which optimises bioavailability and uptake of hemp seed nutrients in pets.  Hemp seed has a calming effect on the central nervous system. It contains DHA, which is vital for production of serotonin, which helps to naturally regulate mood. It's also an excellent source of protein, vitamins A, C, E and the B-group, calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

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Lamb Hearts

Organ meats are rich in nutrients. Dogs and cats have long eaten them as part of their natural diets. Lamb’s hearts contain the nine essential amino acids, making them a complete protein. They are great for skin and coat, heart, muscle, and joint health.

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Lemon Balm

A herb that relieves symptoms of stress and anxiety. Lemon balm is used as a calming agent on cats and dogs, or to treat stress and anxiety. It’s also beneficial for their digestive system. Because of their anxiety, many pets can have stomach issues such as diarrhoea or pain. Despite its sedative tendencies, lemon balm does not make pets drowsy or incoherent, but rather makes them more alert and focused. This also benefits older pets who suffer from dementia. 

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Marshmallow Root

Marshmallow root is a powerful anti-inflammatory.  
A natural herb to help heal digestive issues and ease Inflammatory Bowel Disease in pets (IBD). Marshmallow root can sooth and protect muscle membranes, including the gut lining. It has been proven to be effective in the treatment of inflammation, urinary tract infections and digestive disorders.

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Organic Medicinal Mushrooms

Organic medicinal mushrooms are a healing source of prebiotics. Our organic blend of medicinal mushrooms contains chaga, maitake, reishi & Lion's mane and is an excellent source of natural prebiotics. Our unique blend provides pets with immune support, aids with liver and kidney issues, joint support and has shown to enhance brain function.

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New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel

Green lipped mussel (GLM) is rich in anti-inflammatory nutrients. An excellent source of omega 3 acids, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, which is a compound of connective tissues such as joints and bones. In addition, it also contains vitamin C and E, antioxidants, B vitamins, and minerals such as copper, zinc, and selenium, all of which are vital to pets' joint health. 

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Oat Straw

Oat straw is a nervous system optimiser for our pets.  It is one of the best nervine tonics, feeding nervous tissues making it an effective herbal remedy for anxiety and stress. However, It has even greater benefits, used for centuries to help the respiratory and urinary systems. It also soothes the stomach, stimulates the appetite, promotes red blood cell production, strengthens the immune system and improves brain function. Oat straw also protects against heart disease and aids in the detoxification of the body.

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Pumpkin is a superfood for pets, and they love it!

Pumpkin provides many health benefits for pets and it’s easy to find in store. It’s a great alternative to expensive and unhealthy treats and it’s easy to prepare for your fur babies.  
You can feed them the flesh of the pumpkin as well as the seeds.

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Rose Hip

Rose hip is a valuable source of vitamin C.  Depletion of vitamin C occurs when pets are stressed and rose hip provides the replenishment needed. It also assists in fighting harmful free radicals in the body and can help reduce inflammation and cognitive ageing. 

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Salmon is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids for joint, heart, eye and brain health. It’s also high in protein which is an essential macronutrient that improves immunity, aids with tissue repair, and provides energy.

Rich in vitamins and minerals, it’s a great immune booster and anti-inflammatory.

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Sardines are an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. A complete protein source that provides all the essential amino acids and the DHA component of omega-3 is the long-chain unsaturated fat ideal for animal health.

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Spirulina is a super food and a natural source of essential amino acids, anti-inflammatory and necessary for the growth and repair of the intestinal lining and provides relief for IBS symptoms. It is known to boost metabolism and aid in pets' digestion as it’s high in fibre. Spirulina is an excellent source of B vitamins, essential fatty acids and protein that work to boost the immune system. Also rich in antioxidants, it helps to protect pets at a cellular level. Beneficial to pets by protecting against disease-causing free radical cells. Studies have shown that diets supplemented with spirulina significantly enhanced immune response and gut health in pets.

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Turmeric for dogs


Turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory and a powerful source of antioxidant properties. Growing research shows turmeric has a positive effect on gastrointestinal functioning and may be useful in treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms, ulcerative colitis symptoms and may extend to other digestive disorders.

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Wheatgrass a powerful source of vitamin E and is high in amino acids, vitamins, chlorophyll, enzymes and fibre. It’s also jam-packed with antioxidants that aid in organ cleansing, breath refreshing, digestion, constipation relief and odour control. A natural energy booster with antibacterial characteristics, wheatgrass is essential to help replenish levels of vitamin E lost as a result of stress. It can also prevent cognitive decline which can manifest as anxious behaviour.

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