Pet Theft Awareness Day is fast approaching and while many consider the safety of their dogs, it can be difficult to know the best ways to keep your precious pooch as safe and secure as possible. Taking steps like keeping doors and windows locked when you’re not home and investing in collars with personalised dog tags can help to keep your pet safe. While it can often be a scary thought to think about losing your pet, sadly it’s something that can happen to anyone.
These days there is so much talk from the anti-raw pet food lobby. As we know, the conclusions that come out of ‘studies’ and the way they are reported are often dubious to say the least, often with conveniently missed relevant information and even down right false information. Only 27 dogs with symptoms were included in this Melbourne study, and with no detail about their lifestyles and anything else that might have contributed to their condition. It is simply not reasonable to warn the UK population of over 16.5 million dog and cat owners against feeding their dogs raw chicken based on that study. We also have a right to know who funded the study.