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Nutrition and Diet

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As with humans, canines need a balanced diet to be able to thrive. Unable to make their own choices of diet, we, as their owners, are responsible for what they eat. By providing a nutritious diet, we in return may be rewarded with a companion who is fit, healthy and who hopefully will live a long and happy life. Many conditions that are seen by vets, are as a result of what is consumed by dogs, and obesity is on the increase in dogs which can lead to a number of serious health issues,. These can be physical and psychological. Often, by amending a dog's diet just a little, to ensure they are receiving better nutrition it result in reducing the risk of long-term or life-threatening conditions. Meals can be supplemented, or changed, to help support many medical conditions

Diet has been shown to have an affect on a dog's normal behaviour and a dog that is in pain, or not feeling well, may communicate this with undesirable behaviours.

Diet is a consideration where there is a behavioural issue, general health concern, or to better support a known condition. Please feel free to ask for advice during any appointments or training sessions. 

We offer consultations and packages to support you on your transition to raw feeding, diet changes to support health, and ongoing support whilst you build your knowledge and confidence.

Disclaimer: Please note that Toni Stevens is not a qualified vet and offers feeding support for raw feeding. Toni holds the following nutrition qualification BCCSDip.HthNut - (British College of Canine studies).

Benefits of a nutritious balanced diet

Lower risk of known health issues related to obesity, including diabetes, arthritis, respiratory issues, heart disease, and certain types of cancer

Longer life expectancy

Less behavioural issues

Better performance

Optimum health & mobility

Reduced vet bills


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