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5 Common Cocker Spaniel Health Problems

Tuesday May 08, 2018

  With their expressive eyes and ever-wagging tail, the Cocker Spaniel has become a familar and loved breed throughout many Australian homes. Ever willing to please, energetic and more than a little sensitive, American and English Cocker Spaniels are among the best companion breeds. But, like any breed of dog, they have some susceptibilities and…read more


5 Common Pug Health Problems

Sunday February 05, 2017

With their expressive eyes, adorable wrinkles and wide smiles, it’s easy to see why Pugs are such a popular dog breed. Fitting a whole lot of personality into a small, stocky package – Pugs are fun-loving, affectionate, and cheekily wilful. Well known for their lack of impulse control when it comes to food, Pugs require…read more


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5 Common Dachshund Health Problems

Thursday January 05, 2017

As anyone who owns one knows, Dachshunds are energetic, fun-loving dogs with an independent (and sometimes stubborn) streak. Seeming to possess almost limitless supplies of energy, it can be hard to tell when your dog is feeling a bit off. So that you’ve got a better idea of what to look out for, here are…read more


Top 15 human foods your dog can eat

Tuesday March 22, 2016

Living with a dog usually means dealing with plenty of begging at mealtimes. Even when you’re a responsible owner, it can still be tough to resist those hungry puppy eyes at your feet. If you’ve read our last week’s blog post, you probably know that many types of food can be dangerous for dogs, but…read more

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Top 15 human foods your dog shouldn’t eat

Friday March 18, 2016

Foods that are perfectly suitable for human consumption may be toxic and even poisonous to your dog, posing a serious threat to its health and well-being. So whether you’re tempted to feed your dog the occasional table scrap or simply looking to supplement their diet, here is a list of human foods not to feed…read more


How much and how often should I feed my dog?

Tuesday March 15, 2016

Your faithful furry friend may spend a fair amount of time staring longingly at your plate, but the ideal dog diet doesn’t revolve around table scraps. You not only need the proper dog food, but you also need to know how much to feed your dog and what type of feeding schedule works best for…read more


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What is the difference between a food intolerance & a food allergy?

Thursday June 04, 2015

We often confuse food intolerances with food allergies, mainly because both share a range of symptoms that are common. As a pet owner, it is distressing to see your companion suffer from the associated uncomfortable symptoms. These affect the quality of life of your companion and their relationship with you. However, the mechanisms that cause…read more


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Unexpected findings from the Dig-In trial

Wednesday April 29, 2015

After we developed Dig-In, we ran an in-home 30-day trial to ensure that pet owners could see for themselves the effects that we had seen in our own trials. The Dig-In trial ran between July and August 2013, over the course of 30 days. In total, twenty one dogs across Australia took part in the trial.…read more


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How soon will I see results using Dig-In?

Wednesday April 15, 2015

Pet allergies are a strange thing. Allergies caused by food can show up in many different ways. For example, it can show up as red blotchy marks on the skin, incessant scratching or ear rubbing, etc. From our experience, after you start mixing the Dig-In Digestive Gravy Powder with your pet’s meal, you should see…read more


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How do we know that Dig-In works?

Thursday April 02, 2015

I have had a few calls on the 1300 Dig-In number asking me, how do I know that Dig-In works? Well, to start, Dr Tivey spent many years researching the basis for food borne allergies and the root causes of the problem. This fundamental science work gave us the strong basis for the later development…read more