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
I think we have all just about come back down to earth following the World Agility Open Championships 2018. It was an amazing experience being part of an event with top dogs and handlers from 33 countries competing across 4 events.
Let us introduce you to our Band of Brothers. From left to right we have Boba Fett, JJ, Ripple, and Sabre.
(JJ is the only one who won’t be competing in the Mischiefs, but we expect we will bump into him during the season as he is owned by Kevin and Christine Riley from another flyballing family) Now we know we may be a little biased, but we really think that Wizz and Jango produced some stunning pups. You can certainly see the similarities even though they are very different colours.
We are looking forward to an exciting year here at Nutriment as we are sponsoring
Wicked Flyball Club, based from Overton in Hampshire, and we will be closely following and sharing with you their exploits throughout the coming months as they take part in Flyball Competitions across the UK culminating in the British Flyball Associations Outdoor Championship in August.
Getting your puppy on a raw diet is perhaps the best health investment you can make; both long and short term. It is of extreme importance to feed the correct nutrients in order to support healthy growth. For many, changing a puppy to a raw diet comes with questions; When can I feed a meaty bone?
We have the result of our very succesfull Autumn Adventures competition, we have so many wonderful entries! Up for grabs was the marvellous prize of £100 worth of our organic Laverstoke Park Farm food and treats. Laverstoke Park Farm is spread over 2,500 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside near Overton. It is certified biodynamic by Demeter and
Are you struggling with what to do with all that leftover pumpkin? We have 4 delicious recipes for you to try, you can use stuff-able toys or tracheas for these lovely treats – or to make it a Halloween theme by using special moulds. You can give these as treats or with their dinner to make it that little bit more special.
Di of the fun!
4 Bone Broth recipes to get any cat or dog licking their lips!, Whether you are looking for a recipe for the old, the young, the sensitive soul or the hardworking pet, we have 4 great recipes to for your cat or dog to try. Broth can also be worthwhile if you have a reluctant
Only around 4% of the dog and cat population are currently fed fresh and raw diets. This is still a tiny number, whilst it’s slowly growing, this also means that when visiting the vet most rawfeeders do come across misinformed veterinary professionals, be it vets or vet nurses. There are still plenty of fear-mongering myths that […]
With temperatures rising we do well to keep a close eye on our pets in the fur coats, as they do suffer with the heat and YOU can certainly make life easier and safer for them with our 8 tips for staying cool. Dogs and cats struggle with heat, not just because of all their hair