Simple Feeding Guide

If you are confused about the huge amount of options available for you to feed your dog – join the club …. you are amongst most of the people that I’ve surveyed, including myself

That’s why I started to research, and then wrote ‘Simple Dog Care - 7 steps to a Healthy Happy Dog’, so people like you (and me) could get all the facts you need to make an informed decision on what’s best for your dog.

Many of our dogs in Australia are either overweight or obese – in fact almost half of them, at 41% (source: AVA).  The downside of this is that an overweight dog has a much higher risk of health issues, leading to a lower quality of life, and possibly a shorter lifespan.

There are many reasons this happens, however the main reason is that the incorrect quantity or type of food is given to the dog by its often well meaning carer. Dogs need a diet that is specific to their age, size, lifestyle and health issues, and carers need to re-evaluate their diet regularly to make sure everything is aligned.

When was the last time you looked at whether your dogs feeding plan was in line with its current needs? A check at least once a year (twice for senior dogs) is advised, but how do you go about this?

Download this FREE guide to help you on your way to doing the best thing to help your best friend's health.

Sophie & Lerida