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Naturally wholesome ingredients since 1936
For three generations, we’ve been making our delicious and wholesome complete dog foods, treats and mixer meals right here on our family farm using only natural ingredients that we grow and source ourselves.Read Our Story
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Did you know us pet owners are more likely to be vegetarian & vegan than the general population? At Laughing Dog, we believe in the power of balance and understand the importance of these lifestyle choices. We are therefore proud to offer a variety of vegetarian and vegan recipes...Read More
Dog obesity is a common problem. According to VCA Hospitals, approximately 25-30% of the general canine population is obese, with 40-45% of dogs aged 5-11 years old weighing in higher than normal. Helping your dog to find a healthy weight can feel stressful and overwhelming, so we have put together our top tips to help you find the information you need...Read More
As July 4th nears, fireworks may soon start filling the skies. All dogs, from puppies to seniors, from Shih Tzus to German Shepherds, can experience anxiety and over-excitement during the arrays of fireworks, so we've put together some top-tips to make this time easier for your four-legged companion.Read More
According to recent research, 84% of Brits are looking for a staycation in 2021, which is up from 57% in 2018. The majority of us are now looking at only holidaying in the UK for the foreseeable, whereas before, a UK staycation was in addition to a holiday abroad. According to the 10 most desired features of a UK staycation, we are looking for the ability to bring dogs and access dog-friendly activities.Read More
Arthritis in dogs is the same as arthritis in humans, it affects the joints causing inflammation, swelling and pain. Arthritis occurs in unhealthy joints where the bone ends rub together. This means that when a dog is on the move friction is caused, therefore resulting in pain. There is no real cause for arthritis in dogs, as with humans, but some dog breeds and humans are simply more susceptible to the condition - although there are things that can be done to help reduce the chances of developing arthritis at an older age.Read More