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Food Allergy
13/02/2015

Food Allergy

Food allergies which could affect dogs and cats are a common term for allergic reactions against pet foods. This reaction is not related to a specific age, sex or breed. Food allergies, after insect bites and respiratory allergies, are the third most common form of allergic reaction in dogs. Studies show food allergies is a “true allergy” which shows the characteristic symptoms associated with a canine and feline allergy that could be different from food intolerance showing symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhoea.   
 
Food allergies can cause skin problems.  Most often, food allergies are associated with a non-seasonal, chronic skin irritation and itching.  In contrast to common belief, it is important to know that skin problems caused by food allergies are rather rare.
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Premium and Super Premium Pet Foods: Better Value for Money?
03/02/2015

Premium and Super Premium Pet Foods: Better Value for Money?

Dog food and cat food quality is one of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy lifestyle for a pet. One of the most important concerns for a pet owner is to find the right pet food product that contains all the essential needs of a pet. High quality cat or dog foods are always formulated to find the optimal nutritional balance and contain nutraceutical components to help maintain the health and condition of a pet. On the other hand, cheap or “standard” cat or dog food contains only the basic nutritional requirements. High quality pet food is generally labelled as Premium or Super Premium. These super premium pet foods contain more energy as well as a higher digestibility rate, the amount that actually needs to be fed to the cats or dogs is, in general, 10 to 20% less than with standard cat or dog food.

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How Kindness Could Kill Our Pet Companions
16/01/2015

How Kindness Could Kill Our Pet Companions

Obesity is currently a hot topic when it comes to human lifestyle issues. What many people may not realise is that it is also becoming an increasingly common disorder among pets, notably in highly developed countries.
   
Obesity
 in cats and dogs is defined as being 15 -20% over ideal weight. Pets come in all different shapes and sizes depending on their species and breed, but in general, they should be sporting a sleek silhouette rather than a flabby tum!
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