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We know that every dog is different, and so we've created a quick and easy questionnaire to help make it easier than ever to find the perfect food for your four-legged friend.

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What is the name of your dog?
What name is your dog?
What breed is Rufus?
What breed is your dog? What breed is your dog?
What age is Rufus?
When is their birthday?
What age is your dog?
How much does Rufus weigh?
Current weight

Max 70kg

How much does your dog weigh?
What is Rufus's feeding preference?
Feed preference Wet
Feed preference Dry
Feed preference Mix
Feed preference Topper
Does Rufus have any favourite flavours?

If you don't select any, we'll assume they love all flavours.

Does your dog have any favourite flavours?
How active is Rufus?
is and likes all recipes. weighs kg and is active.
What we recommend for daily.
Wet Food

Daily (approx 2 trays)

  • 6 trays = X weeks
  • 12 trays = X weeks
  • 18 trays = X weeks
  • 24 trays = X weeks
  • 36 trays = X weeks
  • 48 trays = X weeks
Feed preference Wet

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Dry Food


  • 2kg bag = X weeks
  • 6kg bag = X weeks
  • 12kg bag = X weeks
  • 18kg bag = X weeks
  • 20kg bag = X weeks
Feed preference Dry

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Festive fireworks

Fireworks can be quite terrifying for our beloved dogs so we've created some top tips to help keep your pets calm and reassured during fireworks.

  • Never walk your dog while fireworks are being let off - if you're unsure about whether there is likely to be fireworks, err on the site of caution and make sure your dog has plenty of exercise earlier in the day.
  • Plan ahead and make sure your dog is fed before any expected disturbances, as they may become to nervous to eat. Feeding a natural diet free from anything artificial can help to reduce any hyperactive behaviour.
  • Make sure to let your dog out for a comfort break at dusk, before any expected disturbances as it may be a while before it's safe to let them outside again.
  • Always keep your dog indoors during fireworks, and close all curtains & windows to block out any scary flashes of light and help drown out the noise. Don't forget to block off any cat flaps to stop your dog (or feline friends) escaping!
  • Turn on on the radio, TV or play music to help drown out the noise of fireworks.
  • Try making a den with old blankets for your dog to hide away in - you can encourage it's use by hiding treats and toys there, and once they're inside - don't try to coax them out. Wherever your dog settles (even if it is under furniture or a pile of old washing), let them be as it's important for them to feel comfortable.
  • Try to act and behave as normal, as your dog will pick up on any anxious behaviour. Remain calm, happy and cheerful as this will send positive signals to your dog. Reward calm behaviour with dog treats or playing with toys of interest.
  • Herbal remedies like Skullcap & Valerian or Bach's Rescue Remedy can help to calm your dog during distress.
  • Make sure your dog is shut safely inside a room if you need to open any external doors to avoid them escaping in fear.

For dogs who are particularly prone to stress you may want to consider:

  • Pet Remedy is a wonderful, natural way to help calm your dog, it works with the pet’s own natural calming mechanisms by mimicking GABA (gamma amino butyric acid) which is a natural calming agent present in all mammals, reptiles, and birds. When a pet becomes stressed or anxious the Pet Remedy actives help trick red-up nerve cells into thinking they are getting a message from the brain to calm. This is why it starts to help instantly.
  • You can consider using a dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) like Adaptil which releases a synthetic pheromone which replicates that produced by the mother after she has given birth. The pheromone reassured newborn puppies and actually calms them down and scientists have discovered that it also helps calm older dogs for a wide range of anxiety-related behaviour.
  • You can use a CD to desensitise your dog to typical firework noises. This usually takes a few weeks to see a marked improvement, and is best carried out well in advance for optimum results
  • If your dog is particularly prone to becoming very distressed, have a chat with your vet or dog behaviourist for expert advice.

Calming treats

Our natural grain free calming treats are specifically designed to support a natural, healthy diet and may help to reduce stress or anxiety. We’ve used Camomile & Lemon Balm in our recipe, both known for their natural calming and soothing properties – the perfect treat for helping your four-legged friend through the firework season.

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