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Latest articles from the Green Petfood world:
The ideal diet for young dogs can lay the foundation for a long and healthy life. That is why high-quality food for puppies is so important even in the first few weeks. Getting a puppy's diet right is crucial for their subsequent health. Which puppy food is best? Dry food, wet food or even BARF? We explain all this and let you know what you should look out for to make sure your puppy grows big and strong.Continue reading
Cat food containing no grain is not a passing fad or sign of fussiness. Unlike dogs, which have been domesticated for thousands of years, cats are classic carnivores and are less able to digest grain. Cats naturally meet their high protein requirements almost exclusively from animal protein. FairCat meets the discerning needs of your cat.Continue reading
The way to someone’s heart is through their stomach! And people like to share everything with their best friend. But dogs are an exception. In this case, food is not something you can necessarily share! Even if your dog is giving you that irresistible, super cute, affectionate, pleading look ...
There are some things man’s best friend is not allowed to eat. This is because certain foods are highly toxic for dogs and can even be fatal! What can dogs not eat, and which snacks should you avoid sharing with your loyal companion? Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about this topic.
Genuine allergies triggered by an immune response are relatively rare in dogs. Food intolerances, however, are much more common. Have you noticed an allergic reaction in your dog? Have you already tried countless varieties of wet and dry food, only to find that your four-legged friend just cannot tolerate them? Does your dog suffer from gastrointestinal complaints, a rash or fur problems? An allergy test at the vet, or an exclusion diet will often indicate that your dog has a food allergy, and this usually means changing their food. You can find out from our guide how offering hypoallergenic dog food can help.Continue reading
Playing is an important part of social communication for dogs. Crucially, your pet's mental and physical capabilities will be enhanced through interacting with different objects, such as toys. Puppies have a particular need for play in order to learn about social interaction, communication, controlling feelings and sharing. But dog owners do not need to constantly spend money on new toys because homemade dog toys are easy to make yourself with a couple of simple tools. This solution is better for both your wallet and the environment. That’s why we are now going to show you 7 ways to make a homemade dog toy.Continue reading
Does your cat suffer from recurrent diarrhoea, stomach pains and itching? In addition to mites, pollen and house dust, food intolerances are a commonly overlooked cause. If your cat cannot process its food properly, digestive complaints will be an everyday occurrence. But you can help your cat! With a couple of helpful tips and tricks, you can restore your cat’s vitality – in spite of food allergies or intolerances. We explain what you need to know about intolerances.Continue reading
Cats are naturally rather fussy and have discerning culinary tastes. It’s not unusual for them to leave a meal uneaten if it is not completely fresh and served at the right temperature in their favourite bowl. Despite high expectations when it comes to food, sometimes your cat’s curiosity will get the better of them. Whether it is houseplants, leftover kitchenwaste or tasty treats offered by owners with the best of intentions – certain foods should be off limits for cats. Let us answer the question: What can cats not eat?
Grain-free dog food is highly rated by many people. And not without reason. Although dogs are omnivores, an appropriate canine diet should not be dominated by grains. However, many foods contain a relatively high proportion of different varieties of grain, such as barley or wheat. Is this healthy for our pets, or is dog food with no grains better? Here you will find important information about grains for dogs.
Food intolerances in dogs and cats are a common problem that is growing in frequency. Often the cause is animal protein – in other words, your pet is reacting to the meat contained in its food. What's more, the meat content is not exactly helping to lower your cat or dog's CO2 paw print and is harmful for our climate.
Vegetarian dog food? Sure thing! We are doing away with the dangerous half-truth that a dog needs meat. While our four-legged friends are descended from wolves, centuries spent alongside people has had an effect - above all in the dog's digestive tract. Of course, our furry-nosed friends still need protein, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins – but they doesn't necessarily have to come from animal sources. There is no problem for a modern dog to get the nutrition they need from plant-based food.continue reading