Raw Dog Food
Nutriment releases results of its 2019 consumer survey which highlights positive consumer attitudes towards raw feeding
Camberley, Surrey, August 2019 – Nutriment, an award-winning, market leader of premium raw pet food, has released the results of its 2019 consumer survey. Designed to provide insight into the dog food landscape as it stands today, the survey delved into consumer perspectives on dog food, nutrition and health. The survey, which launched in February of this year, and was
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
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.
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
Camberley, Surrey, February 2019 – Nutriment, a multi-award winning leader in the innovation and development of premium, raw canine and feline nutrition products, has proudly added to its accolades following this year’s PATS Sandown. Winning the New Product Award in the Dog Food Product category, the Nutriment Support range was championed due to its local ingredient sourcing, great packaging and ability to bring safe, raw feeding solutions to dogs with more specific needs and support requirements.
The grass is mowed, the sun briefed and the humour ordered by the bucket load because on Friday 17th August 2018 the biggest event of a flyballer’s year will be getting underway with over 100 clubs giving it their all at the British Flyball Associations Outdoor Championship 2018 event at Catton Hall in Derbyshire.
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.
The object of agility is to negotiate a full course of equipment performed in the correct order and direction defined by a set of numbers.
An electronic timing system records the speed the dog completes the course. The fastest dog to complete the course without error, wins.
Agility is suitable for many types of dog, but is physically demanding and requires thoughtful training to promote understanding and fitness. The correct nutrition is a critical part of ensuring dogs can compete at the highest level and to the best of their abilities.
Understandably we have had a number of calls questioning the various articles in the national newspapers over the weekend, regarding the recent study produced at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Before I go any further I would like to point out that this research was undertaken in a country with different legislation for raw dog food, and performed on a tiny sample. No numbers were given to say how many animals, if any, were reported as ill as a result.