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Reviewed by Dr Ailsa Rutherford
The all-mighty combination of nutrients in hemp seed oil and protein makes them an excellent dietary health supplement to support and improve your pet’s gut health. Learn how hemp can help reduce gut inflammation and build a healthy microbiome.
Reviewed by Dr Ailsa Rutherford
Hemp-derived oils and seed protein can be very effective in soothing itchy skin, reducing skin hypersensitivity, restoring skin homeostasis and improving its natural defence, the skin barrier. Learn more about nature's finest gift and its skin healing properties.
Reviewed by Dr Ailsa Rutherford
You might be surprised to know that cats can also suffer from allergies. The good news is that if your cat is displaying allergic symptoms, you can do many things to help them.
Reviewed by Dr. Ailsa Rutherford
A superfood refers to foods that offer maximum nutritional benefits for minimal calories. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. In our latest blog, we will go over 10 superfoods, their benefits, and how to include them in your fur baby’s diet!
Reviewed by Dr. Ailsa Rutherford
Are you looking for ways to support or improve your pet’s immune system? It's best to start with their gut health as it's intricately linked to the immune system. Read on to check out ten things you can do to support the long-term gut health of your fur babies.
Reviewed by Dr Ailsa Rutherford
Rich in fatty acids, amino acids, all essential minerals, high-quality fibre, vitamins, antioxidants and phytosterols, hemp is a natural superfood that offers numerous health benefits for optimal, life-long health support.
Reviewed by Dr. Ailsa Rutherford
What is canine idiopathic epilepsy, what causes it and how do you treat it? Read on to find out more about this chronic disease in dogs characterised by seizures with an unknown cause.
Reviewed by Dr. Ailsa Rutherford
Are you sick and tired of your dog barking and lunging and are completely at your wit's end with your dog’s behaviour in public? Try to remember that your dog is not giving you a tough time; they are having a tough time. Time to chat about the five most common dog behavioural problems and how to deal with them.
Reviewed by Dr. Ailsa Rutherford
Although hip dysplasia can occur in most animals, it is more common in dogs than other household pets. Read on to learn all about the signs, causes and how to treat this skeletal condition that could be affecting your precious pup.