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Meeting your breed’s needs

By | May 9th, 2017|Breed, Choosing the Right Food, Feeding advice, Scooby's Scoop|

Royal Canin are experts in breed specific nutrition. Find out more about our best selling breed specific food for the nations most popular pet here.

Guinea Pig 101 by the RSPCA

By | February 1st, 2017|Anxiety & Calming, Feeding advice, Housing, Uncategorized|

We've asked our friends at the RSPCA Halifax and Huddersfield Branch for advice for people who own or are thinking of adopting a guinea pig into the family. Here's everything you need to know.

Rabbit myth busting

By | January 23rd, 2017|Anxiety & Calming, Feeding advice, Housing|

Rabbits are sadly one of the most misunderstood creatures and are often mistreated purely through our lack of understanding of their needs! So if you’re thinking of adopting one be sure to read what we think are the most common myths when it comes to bunnies and their welfare...

Raw Pet Food – what’s all the fuss about?

By | October 13th, 2016|Choosing the Right Food, Feeding advice, Grain Free Diets, Natural Diets, Scooby's Scoop|

Raw feeding is currently the fastest growing pet food market and we’re going to explain why people are so keen to wean their dogs off their current diet and onto raw.

My Cat Won’t Eat: Encouraging a Picky Eater

By | June 28th, 2016|Feeding advice|

Do you have a fussy puss? Is your cat struggling to make it to the bottom of their bowl, or are they even refusing to try it? There could be an underlying reason for your cat’s caution, so let’s work out how to make mealtimes the glorious food experience they should be.

Switching Cat Food: Changing a Cat’s Diet

By | June 27th, 2016|Feeding advice|

A common misconception is that your cat should be fed the same food consistently throughout their lives. In actual fact, switching their food can have a bucket full of benefits.

Encouraging a Picky Eater

By | June 17th, 2016|Feeding advice|

Is your dog a fussy pup? Sometimes it can be a battle to even encourage picky eaters to take a single bite. If your dog isn’t interested in their kibble, there could be an underlying issue that we need to address. Let’s work out how to turn mealtimes into the glorious food experience they should be.

Changing your Dog’s Diet

By | June 17th, 2016|Feeding advice|

A lot of pet owners mistakenly believe that their dog should be fed the same food throughout their lives for optimum health benefits. Actually, it can in fact be beneficial to switch your dog’s food throughout their lives, dependent on their lifestyle and energy levels.

What You Feed Your Pet Makes a Difference

By | June 16th, 2016|Feeding advice|

Now, many dogs will devour all kinds of food, but we know how important it is to feed them a diet tailored perfectly for their tummies. As with us, if they eat well, they’ll feel the benefits. To select the foods most suited for our pets, we must consider three things: the breed, age and any pre-existing health conditions.