Introducing Black Forest Berries Pouch

Introducing Black Forest Berries Pouch

"Introducing Black Forest Berries Pouch and Veggies Pouch - A Healthy and Nutritious Snack Option for Everyone!

 

Are you looking for a tasty and healthy snack option for you and your family? Look no further, as Black Forest Berries Pouch and Veggies Pouch are here to cater to all your snacking needs.

 

The Black Forest Berries Pouch is made up of 69% lactose-free yogurt, 7.5% blueberries, 7.5% blackberries, turmeric, spirulina, and glucosamine. This snack pack is not only delicious, but it also contains essential vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Calcium, and Iron, just to name a few.

 

On the other hand, Veggies Pouch is made with 69% lactose-free yogurt, 6.5% carrots, 6.5% broccoli, 6.5% apple, 6.5% mango, turmeric, spirulina, and glucosamine. This snack pack is a perfect way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron, among others.

 

Both snack packs are made with high-quality ingredients and are free from any artificial preservatives or flavors. With moisture levels of 88.9% to 89.2%, crude protein of 7.6% to 7.8%, crude fat of 1.3% to 1.4%, and crude ash of 1.7%, these snack packs are the perfect combination of taste and health.

 

So, next time you're looking for a healthy and nutritious snack option, reach out for Black Forest Berries Pouch and Veggies Pouch. Available now, grab a pack and enjoy the taste of health and wellness!

"Introducing Fresh Natural Treats for Dogs - Packed with Nutrients and Vitamins!

 

Are you looking for a healthy and nutritious treat for your furry friend? Look no further, as Fresh Natural Treats for Dogs have arrived to cater to all your dog's snacking needs.

 

These fresh natural treats are specially selected and fortified with vitamins to improve your dog's health. They are made with the freshest, natural, whole-food ingredients and are free from any artificial preservatives or flavors.

 

Our treats are human-grade and have been thoroughly tested on humans to ensure their quality and safety. They are high in calcium and protein, low in sugar, and contain essential nutrients like glucosamine, spirulina, and antioxidants to boost your dog's overall health and wellness.

 

We put your dogs first and have crafted these treats to be a fun and healthy addition to a balanced diet. They are 100% organic and packed with nutritious vitamins and minerals to boost your dog's health and immune system.

 

So, give your furry friend a refreshing and healthy super treat with Fresh Natural Treats for Dogs. Available now, grab a pack and treat your dog to the taste of health and wellness!

Dogurts, the go-to destination for all things related to dogs, would like to share important information about a common dog behavior - "Dragging Their Butts on the Ground". This behavior, although comical, is not to be taken lightly, as it may indicate discomfort in your furry friend.

 

The Causes of Butt Scooting

Contrary to popular belief, worms are not the only cause of butt scooting. Some of the other common causes include:

 

Anal Gland Impaction or Infection - This is the most frequent cause of butt scooting, especially in smaller dogs. A fishy odor may also be present.

 

Intestinal Parasites - Such as tape worms, which can lead to itching around the anus and small tapeworm segments in the fur. Other symptoms include an increased appetite, weight loss, diarrhea and poor coat quality.

 

Irritated Skin - The skin around the anus may become inflamed due to recent diarrhea, food allergies or trauma. This can lead to itching and rubbing the area on the ground.

 

Faecal Soiling or Clumping - A common problem in long-haired breeds such as Rough Collies and Afghan Hounds, where wet or sticky stool may stick to the fur and cause discomfort.

 

How to Help Your Dog

To help your dog, start by examining the skin around the anus and check for any swelling, redness or parasites. Trim the fur if it is long, especially during a bath, to help visualize the area and prevent faecal clumping or mats.

 

It is important to keep your dog up to date with a good quality wormer and to visit the vet if you suspect an anal gland, digestive, or skin issue. Your vet can empty the glands, provide medicine for infection, and perform a rectal exam to rule out any growths or abnormalities.

 

Preventing Butt Scooting

To prevent butt scooting, it is crucial to provide your dog with a highly digestible diet such as Pooch & Mutt Health & Digestion, which is made with easy to digest ingredients such as salmon, sweet potato and parsley.

 

Additionally, offering a dietary supplement like Bionic Biotic, packed with prebiotics and fish oils, can help support your dog's gut health. Check your dog's anal glands regularly and bring them in at the first scoot to prevent impaction.

 

At Dogurts, we care about the well-being of your furry friend and are here to provide you with all the information and support you need.

FEEDING GUIDELINES FOR YOUR DOG AT DOGURTS

 

Deciding on the best feeding practices for your furry friend can be a challenge. You may wonder:

 

How many times a day your dog should eat

How much to feed per meal

Whether to feed wet or dry diets

Whether your dog needs a special diet or not

Keep reading for more information on best feeding practices.

 

Frequency of Feeding

The frequency of feeding will depend on your dog's age. As a general rule, young puppies need to be fed at least four times a day because they have small stomachs and have difficulty regulating their blood sugar levels. Once your puppy reaches three months of age, you can gradually increase their portion size and reduce their feedings to three times a day. At six months old, it is recommended to feed your dog two meals a day, in the morning and evening. Some owners continue this pattern for the rest of their dog's life, while others may choose to feed their dog once a day.

 

Small lap dogs may be picky eaters as adults and only want to eat once a day, but larger dogs who are active may need a few meals a day to keep them energized, especially if they are working dogs or get a lot of exercise. Always pay attention to your dog's hunger signals.

 

Amount of Food per Meal

Each Dogurts diet comes with a feeding guideline on the packaging and online, taking into account the nutrient profile, calorie content, and the weight and age of your dog.

 

If your dog often leaves food in their bowl, it's possible that they are being overfed, often because they are getting additional calories from treats or dental chews. Remember, treats should not make up more than 10% of your dog's diet, so you may need to reduce the amount of treats you're giving your dog.

 

While the feeding guideline can be helpful, every dog has their own metabolism, so it's important to monitor your dog's body condition score and adjust the recommended amount of food if necessary to prevent them from becoming overweight or underweight.

 

For Overweight Dogs:

If your dog is overweight, you should feed them for their ideal weight rather than their current weight. For example, if your dog weighs 20 kg but should weigh 18 kg, you should feed them based on the recommended amount for an 18 kg dog. Weighing out food on a kitchen scale is more accurate than estimating the amount or using a measuring cup.

 

TIP: To achieve the best results, consider feeding your dog a specially designed diet like Dogurts Slim & Slender, which includes ingredients that promote fullness and fat breakdown.

 

For Underweight Dogs:

Similarly, you should feed your dog based on their ideal weight rather than their current weight. If your dog weighs 10 kg but should weigh closer to 12 kg, you should feed them based on the recommended amount for a 12 kg dog. If you struggle to help your dog gain weight, feeding them smaller portions more frequently may make it easier for them to manage.

 

Wet vs Dry Diets

You have the option to feed your dog wet food, dry food, or a combination of both.

 

Wet Food:

 

Preferred by many dogs due to its texture and flavor

Provides plenty of moisture, which can be beneficial for dogs with kidney or bladder issues

Easier for older dogs and those with dental problems to eat

Can contribute to gum inflammation and tartar buildup, especially if your dog doesn't have regular dental cleanings

Can be messy, especially for dogs with long fur or beards

Has a stronger odor that some

 

Dry Pet Food:

Can be accurately portioned and weighed Has a long shelf life and can be stored in bulk containers Offers a high concentration of nutrients and calories May promote oral health by reducing tartar buildup, especially beneficial for breeds prone to dental issues like Chihuahuas and Greyhounds Lacks moisture, making it unsuitable for dogs with kidney or bladder problems May not be as appetizing as wet food and may not be accepted by picky eaters.

 

TIPS FOR AVOIDING SEPARATION ANXIETY IN YOUR DOGURT DOG

 

Training your dogurt dog can be an enjoyable experience or a difficult challenge, depending on your natural aptitude and your dog's breed. Most dogurts, however, are very trainable and can learn new commands and behaviors with the right techniques.

 

The Basics of Training

 

Every dogurt dog should receive some basic training to help build a strong bond with you and keep their minds active. Start by teaching simple commands such as "sit" and "paw." When giving a command, use a firm voice and encourage your dog to perform the desired action. Then, immediately reward them with praise and a treat from our range of Meaty Treats when they do it correctly. This will help them learn quickly and associate positive experiences with training.

 

Barking Training

 

Nuisance barking can be a problem for many dog owners. To help train your dogurt dog to stop barking, start by teaching them to "speak." When they bark, say "speak" and reward them with praise and a treat. This will help them associate barking with positive experiences. Then, when they stop barking, give the command "quiet" and reward them when they follow it. Repeat this process until they understand the commands and respond consistently.

 

Socializing Your Dogurt Dog

 

Socializing your dogurt dog is a critical part of dog ownership. It is important to expose them to other dogs and people from a young age so that they are comfortable and confident in social situations. Ensure that these experiences are always positive and never forced, and reward your dog with Calm & Relaxed Mini Bone Treats when they have a good interaction with other dogs.

 

Preventing Separation Anxiety

 

Preventing separation anxiety in your dogurt dog is much easier than treating it. Here are some tips to help you avoid this behavioral issue:

 

Provide a safe and comfortable space, such as a crate, for your dog when they are alone

Avoid leaving your dog alone for long periods of time

Give your dog a potty break just before leaving

Stay calm when leaving and returning home to avoid getting your dog anxious

Use a pheromone plug-in, such as Adaptil, to help calm your dog

Provide something for your dog to do, such as a puppy Kong filled with Meaty Treats and wet food, to keep them occupied while you're away.