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Expert advice from our dog food advisors at Happy Dog UK. Dog and Puppy feeding advice.

Calorie Control ~ a new diet dog food from Happy Dog

Calorie Control ~ a new diet dog food from Happy Dog

Calorie control is for dogs who are slightly overweight; Happy Dog Light Calorie Control has; Just 7% fat ~ 40% less fat* Lots of high-quality roughage ~ filling and tasty L-carnitine to boost the metabolism New Zealand mussels for a sturdy locomotor system * than a standard Happy Dog Adult product. Order your free sampl...

Fleas and worms

Fleas and worms

Beat the bugs! Flea and worm prevention are one of dog owners many responsibilities. This should be at the very top of the list is ensuring your dog is adequately protected against common canine bugs and illness. And, as the weather becomes warmer, there are some bugs that are more easily caught when our dogs are enjoying playing and w...

Help! My dog has a dog food allergy !

Help! My dog has a dog food allergy !

Owning a dog with a food allergy can have serious implications on your pet’s health and also has the potential to prohibit some of the enjoyable things we enjoy with our furry friends such as long walks, cuddles and indulging them with dog friendly treats. Food allergies in pets are on the rise and those who ride this rocky path with th...

Change your dog to a Happy Dog

Change your dog to a Happy Dog

There are several reasons why you may need to change the food you feed your dog and we just wanted to reassure you that changing from your current brand to our Happy Dog food couldn’t be easier! Whichever brand you change from and to, a steady period of transition is essential to avoid upset stomachs and tummy troubles. Advice: Veterina...

Beware of Harmful Pet Poisons During the Festive Season

Beware of Harmful Pet Poisons During the Festive Season

Christmas is a great time of year for all the family, dogs included, but it can also be a dangerous time of year for our beloved furry family members. From toxic foods to dangerous toys there are an array of hazards we need to be aware of! You will probably already know that chocolate is poisonous to dogs but did you know the darker the c...

Feeding Methods for Dogs

Feeding Methods for Dogs

There are many different approaches you can take to feeding your dog, however, there are a few rules that you should always follow. The diet should always be easily digestible, produce firm formed stools and your dog should have access to fresh water at all times. If you decide to change your dog’s diet, this should always be done very ...

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) in Dogs

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) in Dogs

EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency) is described as a weakness of the pancreas which results in a lack of digestive enzymes.   What is the Pancreas? The pancreas is the organ that is vital for the digestion of your dog’s food. It produces the ‘gastric juice secretions' that contain, amongst other things, the digestive enzyme...

Yeast Infections in Dogs

Yeast Infections in Dogs

Do you have a dog that is constantly scratching? Does he seem irritable? He may even be chewing his skin? It's possible he has a yeast infection. Happy Dog vet Carina Mederle explains more. In general, yeast (depending on which type it is) can live naturally on a dog’s skin and does not always cause problems. However, some dogs show sym...

All About the Ingredients in Your Dog’s Food

All About the Ingredients in Your Dog’s Food

Happy Dog vet, Carina Mederle, answers some commonly asked questions about the ingredients in your dog’s food. If you have any questions about dog food ingredients or nutrition for Carina, you can email [email protected] Is Grain Harmful to Dogs? The digestion of carbohydrates such as grain is generally not a problem for today’s...

Feed Your Dog a Highly Digestible Diet for ‘Less Poop to Scoop’

Feed Your Dog a Highly Digestible Diet for ‘Less Poop to Scoop’

Happy Dog vet, Carina Mederle, explains why feeding your dog on a highly-digestible diet is so important.   A diet with very ‘high-digestibility’ guarantees that the nutrients in the food can be easily absorbed and used by the body without having to go through complicated digestive and metabolic processes. The higher the digestib...

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