Established in 2011, All About Dog Food’s creator, David Jackson, intended to create a one-stopshop platform for dog owners who want to know more about their dog’s food. It is completely independent and provides reviews, tips, advice, information and more to its 90,000-a-month visitors. Following a career in canine nutrition, David’s primary objective is to ensure that dog owners across the country are able to make the most informed decision when it comes to the food they give their dogs.
Something that is ‘hypoallergenic’ is something that is relatively unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. There are certain foods which are known to be the most common when it comes to allergies and intolerances for dogs, such as grains, chicken and beef. Generally those proteins that are labelled ‘hypoallergenic’ are actually ‘novel’ proteins – ones that the dog has been
The Team Event runs like a Pentathlon; two agility runs, two jumping runs, finished by a speed-stakes team relay. Each country selects from its pool of handlers and dogs to run 3 dogs of different heights in each of the first four runs, before selecting one dog of each height to run in the relay. But these decisions are made on the mornings of the competition having less than 15 minutes to analyse the course maps and make the best selections.
At Nutriment, we only promote good food safety and hygiene practices. We want all our Nutriment Dogs and Cats to be happy and healthy. Here are some of the ways we keep your canines and felines in tip-top condition. Raw materials The very first step in the process of producing a safe raw pet food is to have the very
The 2019 World agility open WAO has now finished, and the England team produced some amazing results, this year 38 countries attended the event and the level of skills on show from both dogs and handlers was truly breath taking. The WAO competition has the following 4 elements, individual pentathlon, biathlon and games, plus team pentathlon. Each height division 300,400,500,600
Whether it’s simply too hot or cold outside for a full walk, or your dog is recovering from an illness it’s important to keep those wonderful agile brains active and healthy. Dog brain games are a great way to occupy your dog, give them a challenge, have a good bonding moment and keep them mentally healthy. When you play brain games keep it to short little stints for maximum enjoyment, if you play for too long your dog will lose interest quickly.
am, There’s that same tune again that mum plays every morning. It’s getting boring now, I wish she would choose another one. However I just cannot help myself, it is quite catchy after all, so I have to burst into tune just before I make my way over to mums bed to poke her with my wet cold nose, and lick her ears and eyes. WAKE UP, I want my breakfast!!!
Firstly I would like to thank Nutriment for giving me a forum to write this brief introduction to me and my dogs, but also for being the best food sponsors out there! My name is Ashleigh Butler and I am going to be competing with two dogs, Sullivan a 6 year old crossbreed, and Eliza, a 5 year old Bearded collie at the World Agility Open for Team England.
Camberley, Surrey, March 2019 – Nutriment, an award-winning industry leader in the innovation and formulation of premier, raw dog food and raw cat foods, has reported fantastic success at this year’s Crufts®: the world’s largest dog show. Now in its 118th year, the four-day international event welcomed 27,000 dogs, from 44 countries, to the NEC in Birmingham earlier this month
The role of the Team England Coaches prior to the World Agility Open event is to organise venues and run training days for handlers and their dogs, setting courses that will be similar to the tests that they will encounter at the event itself in May. In particular handlers and dogs may be tested on slightly longer courses than in previous years. This is because the WAO 2019 will give judges the opportunity to set courses with 22 rather than 20 obstacles. This may not seem like a major change but it really does give the judge a lot more scope to test the skills of handlers and dogs .