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News & Blogs

13/08/2020

Types of Wheat, rice & corn

We often get questions about why we use specific cereal grains in pet food. For example, why do we use rice, wheat, corn etc. What is the difference between the cereals? In this article we go in to the different wheat, grain and rice that is used to create our Husse products.

 

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10/08/2020

How to keep your dog cool in the summer

With the UK currently experiencing temperatures in the mid-'30s, We've put together a few tips on how to keep your best friend cool this summer.

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