For wholesome, healthy dog food, turn to The Canine Cook for pet food with a difference!
The firm, which was established in 2009, has already begun to start making a name for itself in the industry for their natural dog food products. The company is one of the first in the world to include Verm-X in its complete dog food products. Verm-X is a blend of herbs which is used to control internal parasites in animals and so is ideal for those with a sensitive digestive system.
Peter Speed, the Marketing Director of The Canine Cook, said: “It was shocking when I found out that the dog food I was giving my dogs was actually harming them. Standard pet foods can contain high quantities of beef, dairy products, soya and cereal, all of which are harmful to pets’ digestive systems. Dogs can be pretty intolerant to these ingredients and I, like other pet owners, was unaware of this fact.”
As soon as Mr. Speed found out the dangers of these ingredients he set out to create his own recipe to make a product that would not only protect dogs from harm but also help them to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Using only natural, human-grade products, The Canine Cook range of Super Premium Dog Food certainly lives up to its name. The Lamb and Brown Rice Dog Food for example, contains essential fatty acids from sunflower oil and linseed that helps to maintain a shiny coat and healthy skin. The products also contain Yucca, which is known to help reduce flatulence and stool odour, plus green tea for a healthy immune system and cranberries to help maintain a healthy urinary tract.
Mr. Speed added: “As soon as I switched my dogs over to my own recipe, I saw a massive difference in their health and they way they behaved. They were a lot happier and could do a lot more with themselves.”
Healthy dogs mean happy dogs and The Canine Cook’s range of dog food is designed with this motto in mind. For more information please visit www.thecaninecook.com.
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