Why Pet Supply Uk Natural Pigs ears And Bully Sticks are Very Good For Dogs and a healthy alternative to rawhide

Natural Pet Pigs Ears Dog Chews are natural oven baked pig ears from the UK, sure to be a hit with any dog. Our Pet Pig Ears are a full-sized, 100% digestible chew that is a healthy alternative to rawhide. Oven baked for great flavour and a chewy texture dogs will love sinking their teeth into this treat. No preservatives or added flavourings - just 100% natural pigs ears. Each Pig Ear is approximately 5" x 4".Available in Single (45 to 65g), 10, 25 or 50 packs. Did you know that our bully sticks and other natural dog chews are much healthier than rawhide chews? Rawhide chews are hard to digest and can cause gas and stomach upset in your dog. Rawhide chews can be a choking hazard if your dog tries to swallow a large, partially chewed piece. Rawhide chews are often treated with bleach, dye and other harsh chemicals when they are processed. Rawhide chews are usually from cattle raised in feedlots where they are treated with antibiotics and growth hormones. Only Natural Pet Bully Sticks are from free-range cattle never treated with antibiotics or growth hormones. Only Natural Pet Bully Sticks contain beneficial nutrients such as naturally occurring glucosamine. Only Natural Pet Bully Sticks are great for dental health by helping to reduce plaque and tartar build up. Only Natural Pet Supply Uk products are 100% Guaranteed!

Pet Supply Uk Quality Racing Pigeon Corns

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Pet Supply Uk supplies a complete range of Racing Pigeon Corns & Mixes for every type of race and season. The products are tailored to a pigeon’s needs during breeding, racing and moulting. A staple component of every product is sun-dried cribs maize, an excellent source of energy, rich in protein.

When my uncle started racing in the late 1930s, many fanciers just fed peas and grit. This now seems incredible to us but there are still fanciers who feed just peas and wheat, or just peas, sorghum and wheat. I guess one just has to ask oneself, why, when presumably their aim is to win races and get birds home. For racing and particularly long distance racing, the birds do not need peas or protein, but carbohydrates and fats to provide energy for the long hours on the wing, during the journey home.

It is said that “you are what you eat” and that certainly holds true for pigeons. For a team to do consistently well, the diet is important. Getting the protein percentage of the diet right and making some informed decisions about the grain blend used, will help with performance.

In the stock loft, an error in dietary management, unless dramatic, is unlikely to have the direct consequences that it would in the racing loft. Pigeons are long-lived and fairly tough. There is usually the opportunity for dietary correction. Obviously, however, making good decisions from the start is going to lead to better quality weaned babies starting on the road to becoming winning race birds.

Racing pigeons are avian athletes and like any other athlete, feeding them optimally for the job ahead, means that their full potential is more likely to be realized. The more the fancier deviates from the best diet, the harder it is for the birds to do well. Some birds can still win on other diets (which is why all the various “home truths” have developed) because they have other factors in their favour such as being exceptional genetically or under a particularly good manager etc, but a deviation from the best diet just makes it harder. There was one fancier in South Australia several years ago, well known to Australian fanciers who was the best flyer in his state for many years. He actually fed a very poor diet but seeing him with his birds, it was obvious that he was an exceptional manager. We know that for optimal racing, diets need to contain 12-14% protein. For high-performance sprint racing, this should be 12%. Racing diets also need to contain over 3000kcal per kilogram of energy (in the form of fat and carbohydrate).

Pet Supply Uk supplies high quality, complete feed for racing pigeons. The knowledge and experience of a variety of national and international pigeon enthusiasts I am sure to have gone into blending the various Top Quality mixes we have listed on our website.
Proteins are made up of substances called amino acids. Various amino acids bond together chemically to make proteins. Proteins are necessary essentially for “tissue building”. The body has increased requirements for these tissue building substances fairly obviously through times of growth and reproduction. Pigeons, therefore, need high protein levels in their diet when they are breeding, growing and moulting. During racing, however, although they still need proteins for tissue repair, eg, to heal tired muscles and for various base metabolic processes, it is the carbohydrates and fats that provide the energy for exertion during racing that are important, so please do browse through our website for the mixtures we offer.

Why O`Canis? New Quality Pet Snacks Range

Natural Selection Of Dog Chews - Chicken - Pork - Beef - Goose - deer

Quality Pet Snacks Range!

Nowadays, there are plenty of various dog food brands on the market. Those brands are well known due to their TV and radio advertisements, yet if you seek for something natural, healthy and truly nutritious for your beloved dog your searches are most often in vain.
O’Canis has made an entire range of its own dog snacks. The variety of our products is vast and contains products made out of the meat of such animals like horse, highland cattle, pheasant, ostrich or kangaroo and many more. We dedicate our products, especially, to dogs suffering from various allergies and digestive problems.

The diversity of our offer can be seen in different products we make, starting from edible chew toys that are perfect for the dental hygiene and as a reward for good results in training, through canned wet dog food which is great for dogs suffering from gum and teeth diseases, to freeze-dried dog food made of horsemeat, salmon and potatoes.
Special attention should be paid to the order of the ingredients. The most crucial and important is the protein content used in our products, especially meat proteins that are vital for dogs which are carnivorous.
O’Canis does not believe in any artificial add-ons, flavours or chemical preservatives. We guarantee the freshness of our ingredients and the transparency of our food formulas. All of our snacks are hand made.

The following Infomation on some of our top selling products:

O`Canis Deer Meat Cigar

- is a diet supplement that is 100 % made out of deer meat. The cigars are healthy and made entirely out of dear meat. O’Canis deer meat cigar is a snack that will give your dog a lot of fun between different meals. We use lean deer meat which is later shaped into the form of cigars and gently dried. O’Canis deer meat cigar has no sugar, attractants or artificial add-ons, therefore, it is perfect for dogs which have sensitive intestines and may be also used as a snack during training sessions with your dog. Deer meat is lean and rich in protein, therefore, it supports the oxygen transport within blood cells. O’Canis deer meat cigar is packed into a heat-sealed foil packaging that keeps all smells inside. O’Canis deer meat cigars are a perfect gift for everyone who has a dog. To sum up, it is a healthy and tasty snack for every dog.

O`Canis Deer Meat salami

- is a tasty, gently dried snack that is 100 % made out of deer meat. It is both a perfect snack and a diet supplement for dogs. Our salami is made out of top quality and meticulously tested deer meat. O’Canis deer meat salami is gently dried which makes it healthy and preserves its original taste. O’Canis deer meat salami may serve as a reward during training sessions. O’Canis deer meat salami is packed into a stylish, top quality packaging which, combined with its content, results in a unique O’Canis product that gives a dog and its owner a lot of joy. O’Canis deer meat salami is low-fat and works perfectly as a snack between different meals. O’Canis deer meat salami is packed into a heat-sealed foil packaging that keeps all smells inside. O’Canis deer meat salami is a perfect gift for everyone who has a dog.

O`Canis 5pk Cigars Premium snacks

- cigars (5 pieces) is a healthy diet supplement that is 100 % natural. The cigars will give Your dog a lot of fun between different meals. They have no sugar, attractants or artificial add-ons, therefore, they are perfect for dogs which have sensitive intestines and may be also used as a snack during training sessions with your dog. The variety of their flavours is rich and includes such kinds of meat as horsemeat, salmon, deer meat, kangaroo meat, beef meat, goat meat or pheasant meat. O’Canis cigars (5 pieces) is packed into a heat-sealed foil packaging that keeps all smells inside.

O`Canis Hotdog PREMIUM

is a top-quality snack that is 100% natural. Each packaging contains 5 pieces of this top-quality product which comes in two flavours – dear meat and beef meat. The hotdogs have no sugar, attractants or artificial add-ons, therefore, they are perfect for dogs which have sensitive intestines and may be also used as a snack during training sessions with your dog. Stylish packaging keeps all smells inside. Hotdog PREMIUM is a perfect gift for everyone who has a dog.

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Bracing For The Cold - Tips For Keeping Your Pet Safe This Winter

With the onset of the cold winter months, it is important to prepare your pets to weather the cold. Cold weather can be dangerous for the health and safety of your pets. Fortunately, there are preventive steps you can take to help ensure your pets make it through the cold winter months healthy and safe.
How Cold Can They Go? Just like humans, pets can tolerate a certain level of cold weather. How much they can tolerate depends upon the pet's body fat stores, their coat, their health, and their activity level. If you have had your pet for a while, you probably have a good idea of their tolerance for cold weather. If not, be very careful and observe how well your pets do in the cold. If you walk them, you may have to shorten their walks to help protect them from the cold. If your dog is older or arthritic, they may have issues walking on snow and ice and could be at risk of slipping and falling. If your dog has a thick or long-haired coat, they may be able to better tolerate the cold weather. However, they are still at risk if exposed to extreme cold for too long.
If your dog or another pet has a short or thin coat, they are very vulnerable to the cold. You can provide them with protection with a thick sweater or a lined cape. If your pet is shorter, they may also be at higher risk since they can become colder more quickly since their bodies and stomachs are closer to the ground.
Pets with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, Cushing's disease, kidney disease or heart disease may have a difficult time regulating their body temperature making them even more susceptible to the extreme cold. Additionally, both very old and very young pets should not be exposed to very low temperatures for very long.
Keeping Them Healthy. If your pet has a chronic condition such as arthritis, cold weather may be very uncomfortable for them and may actually worsen their condition. It is a good idea to take your pet in for a wellness exam at least once a year and right before cold weather is a good time to get this done. This helps ensure your pet is ready for winter.
Keep Them In. Dogs and cats should be allowed inside during cold weather. The old adage that animals are more resistant to the cold is not true, especially when it comes to cats and dogs. If you cannot allow them inside your home, provide them with a good, warm shelter where they can get in and out of the wind. No pet should be left outside for prolonged periods during cold weather.
Check Their Paws. When you are walking your dog or if your pet is often outside during cold weather, check their paws frequently. Look for signs of damage or injury such as bleeding or cracked paw pads. Also, check for ice between the toes.
It is important to keep your furry friend healthy and safe this winter. Following these steps can help ensure they make it through the cold weather so you both can have fun when spring arrives.
Jonathan Leger is a small business owner and freelance writer. He also runs a popular question and answer site with a section dedicated to pets and pet care.