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Great News for Your Furry Friend

We are finally expanding our product range with two new recipes – Healthy Turkey Bites and Tasty Turkey Feast – two natural and oven baked whole foods with turkey, sweet potatoes and superfoods. More new products are expected to launch in the spring, including snacks and wet food. 

Healthy Turkey Bites is a recipe specially developed for smaller breeds under 10 kg. It is a 100% natural and grain-free whole food, it’s oven baked and contains turkey, sweet potatoes and superfoods. The pieces are extra small to suit even the smallest breeds. At the same time, Tasty Turkey Feast, a turkey-based recipe with oats, sweet potatoes and superfoods, will be launched to suit all dogs, regardless of size, breed or activity level.

The new recipes complement our existing product range, which today consists of six dry foods. The recipes are prepared in consultation with veterinarians and nutritionists to ensure quality and complete nutrition. Instead of heating the feed for a short time, the lining is slowly baked on low heat to preserve natural flavors and nutrients.

More launches are expected in the future, including snacks and wet food. Read more about the new recipes here.

Why Do Dogs Have Bad Breath?

More or less all dogs have bad breath, but there is a difference between bad and morbidly bad. If you notice that your dog smells extra bad in their mouth, so-called halitosis, it may be because the dog has eaten something bad or that bacteria have become stuck in their throat or on their tongue. It can also be due to other medical problems. 

Various Diseases That Can Cause Bad Breath in Dogs

Some examples of diseases can be various kidney problems, tumors and in rare cases it can also be because the dog has a condition affecting the nervous system, and cannot swallow his food properly. The dog can also have gastrointestinal problems such as gastric ulcer, or infections that can affect the breath, as well as dental problems such as tartar, inflamed gums, tooth loss, damaged and inflamed teeth.

What Can Be Done About the Problem?

A basic thing is to brush your dog’s teeth – preferably daily. There are chewing sticks specially made to prevent dental problems that also prevent bad breath. Some ingredients that can improve your dog’s breath are parsley and carrots. Something many people do not think about is changing the dog’s drinking water often, as dust accumulates if it’s allowed to stand for too long which can have an effect on the breath.

Good nutrition is also important for preventing dental problems and poor oral hygiene. Pay attention to whether your dog has tartar, this needs to be cleaned by a veterinarian at regular intervals.

At the Vet

What happens at the vet? If you visit a veterinarian because of suspected problems related to unusually bad breath, the veterinarian will undergo a dental and oral examination. Sometimes dental x-rays are also done, which often requires the dog to be sedated or anesthetized.  

Not Always a Problem

It is important to remember that dogs do not eat the same kind of food as we humans and therefore the breath naturally smells different. With a good diet and regular tooth brushing, you and your dog will be okay. 

Tasty Turkey Feast

Tasty Turkey Feast is a recipe that is adapted for dogs with normal activity levels. The feed includes turkey, parsnip and rosemary. But why have we chosen these specific ingredients? Here we explain what purpose each ingredient fulfills, as well as the properties of the different ingredients.

Turkey

Turkey is an excellent source of protein that is both rich in protein and gentle on the stomach. Turkey contains niacin – also called B3, vitamin B6, B12 and zinc, as well as essential amino acids that are especially important for long-term healthy development.

Sweet Potato

The sweet potato is a root fruit with alkaline properties, packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support digestion, organ function and the general health of the dog. The sweet potato is a basic raw material with a pH value above 7 that prevents unwanted acidity or indigestion. Especially dogs with sensitive stomachs can noticeably enjoy the benefits of baked fresh sweet potatoes.

Oats

Oats an excellent source of carbohydrate rich in fiber, minerals and antioxidants that help maintain stable blood sugar levels. Compared to other grains, such as wheat and corn, oats are a nutritious and healthy grain that is added for nutrition – and not as a filler.

Egg

Eggs are a high quality protein source that contains all the fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals necessary for the body, except vitamin C.

Coconut Oil

We enrich several of our recipes with coconut oil which, among other things, help keep cholesterol levels low and blood sugar levels even. Coconut oil is also said to have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which strengthens the dog’s immune system and lowers stress on the internal organs.

Brewer’s Yeast

Brewery yeast is used as a nutritional supplement and contains essential B vitamins, minerals and natural probiotic bacterial culture that ensures that digestion works properly. At the same time, brewery yeast contributes to promoting a healthy microbial gut flora. One of the important minerals found in the nutritional yeast is chromium, which is necessary to keep blood sugar at a healthy level.

About Our Recipes

All of our recipes are developed together with veterinarians and nutritionists to cover your dog’s full nutritional needs. Our recipes contain only natural ingredients, without any additives. For more information on the nutritional content of the feed, go to our recipe page.

How to do a smooth food transition

Are you thinking about trying a new dog food brand? Then you should read this guide first. When introducing a new feed to your dog, it’s important to do it carefully and progressively in order to prevent stomach problems. A smooth food transition = a happy and healthy dog!  

Why change dog food? 

Most dogs change feed at least a couple of times in their lives. The most common reason is the transition from puppy-feed to adult-feed, but it can also be a change in brand, composition or variety because of changed nutritional needs. Sometimes, the dog owner is just curious to try a new kind. Regardless of the reason, it’s always recommended to carefully introduce the new feed to your dog. 

A smooth transition

Unlike humans, dogs’ bodies are sensitive to quick changes in diet. Their intestinal flora is constantly shaped by the feed that they’re eating, so if a quick change in diet happens, there’s a risk for stomach problems. Therefore, it’s important to let their digestive system to progressively get used to the new feed in order to digest it properly. It also means that a new bacterial culture needs to be built-up over time, which is why many quick changes in diet should be avoided. 

Our 16-day guide

Together with veterinarians, we’ve made a food transition guide that will guarantee a smooth transition. In this way, you will be able to separate reactions caused by a food change and reactions caused by intolerance or allergy. This guide builds on the idea to progressively mix the new need with the old feed during a longer period of time until the dog’s body is fully accustomed with the new feed. 

Day 1-5
20% new – 80% old

Day 6-10
40% new – 60% old 

Day 11-15
75% new – 15% old

Day 16
100% new ☺ 

Always make sure to mix the two feeds properly and that your dog has access to drinking water. This method eliminates any bad reactions caused by a hasty food change, but if your dog still reacts badly – throws up, have diarrhea or skin issues – it could be signs of food sensitivity, intolerance or allergy. If this happens you should consolidate with a veterinarian.  

If you are changing from dry food to wet food, you can mix some of the wet food in the dry food. This works well if your dog eats at regular hours, but could work less well if your dog always has access to food. If the latter applies to you, then it’s a good idea let the dry food stay put, but place the wet food out during short periods of time. If you are planning to change feed in the opposite direction, from wet food to dry food, you can use the same method but reversed. You simply mix some dry food with the wet food and let your dog progressively get used to it.

Good luck! 

7 ways to make your office dog happier

Did you know office dogs help to reduce stress at work, increase health and even improve relations between co-workers? It’s true! No wonder that so many people bring their dogs to work nowadays. An office dog is not only a mood booster, but can also make your workplace more attractive for job seekers. An office dog is also the perfect co-worker to encourage you to take breaks. But before you decide to bring your dog to work, it’s important to set some ground rules and make sure that everyone on the office is on-board.

  1. Make sure your dog enjoys it

Luckily, dogs are pretty good at showing their feelings and emotional state, whether they are happy, stressed or scared. As the owner, it’s your job to read those signals at an early stage, so that you can tell if your dog really likes being at the office. 

  1. A dog policy 

To minimize the risk of uncertainties, create a dog policy for your office. If conflicts happen, they will not only affect the co-workers, but also the dog – and we don’t want that. Take inspiration from big companies like Google, who has their own dog policy including rules about responsibility and spaces where dogs are allowed. 

  1. A responsible person 

In most cases, the office dog belongs to an employee at work, which makes him or her the natural responsible person. But if you happen to have shared ownership of the dog, it’s important assign a person responsible during office hours, so that there’s always someone to look after the dog. 

  1. Its own space

It can sometimes be stressful at an office – even for an office dog. Make sure that your dog always has its own spot to return to, a comfy bed, water, food and some toys. Even the most social dog would want a place to hide away from humans sometimes. 

  1. Routines and rules 

Most dogs find stability in routines and rules, such as knowing when it’s time for a walk and when to eat. It’s common to want to mark off certain spaces where the dog isn’t allowed, such as kitchen and conference room. By using gates or closed doors, you create limits that are easy for the dog to respect.  

  1. Disciplined co-workers

It’s not only your dog that has to be well-mannered, the co-workers should be too. If everyone has their own rules, such as giving snacks between meals or allowing the dog to visit marked off spaces, it becomes impossible for the dog to know its own routines and rules. 

  1. A good insurance 

Last but not least, all dogs should be insured – even office dogs. It can happen a lot at an office. If an accident would happen it’s important to have an insurance, so that there won’t be a question about who’s responsible. Safe for your dog and safe for your co-workers.  

Healthy Turkey Bites

Healthy Turkey Bites is a grain-free whole food for small dogs. The pieces are extra small especially adapted for smaller breeds. The recipe includes turkey, eggs and coconut oil. But why have we chosen those ingredients? Here we explain what purpose each ingredient fulfills, as well as the properties of the different ingredients.

Turkey

Turkey is an excellent source of protein that is both rich in protein and gentle on the stomach. Turkey contains niacin – also called B3, vitamin B6, B12 and zinc, as well as essential amino acids that are especially important for long-term healthy development.

Sweet Potato

The sweet potato is a root fruit with alkaline properties, packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support digestion, organ function and the general health of the dog. The sweet potato is a basic raw material with a pH value above 7 that prevents unwanted acidity or indigestion. Especially dogs with sensitive stomachs can noticeably enjoy the benefits of baked fresh sweet potatoes.

Egg

Eggs are a high quality protein source that contains all the fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals necessary for the body, except vitamin C.

Coconut Oil

We enrich several of our recipes with coconut oil which, among other things, help keep cholesterol levels low and blood sugar levels even. Coconut oil is also said to have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which strengthens the dog’s immune system and lowers stress on the internal organs.

Brewer’s Yeast

Brewery yeast is used as a nutritional supplement and contains essential B vitamins, minerals and natural probiotic bacterial culture that ensures that digestion works properly. At the same time, brewery yeast contributes to promoting a healthy microbial gut flora. One of the important minerals found in the nutritional yeast is chromium, which is necessary to keep blood sugar at a healthy level.

Rosemary

Rosemary is not just a spice, but a plant packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that help boost the immune system, improve blood circulation and digestion 

About Our Recipes

All of our recipes are developed together with veterinarians and nutritionists to cover your dog’s full nutritional needs. Our recipes contain only natural ingredients, without any additives. For more information on the nutritional content of the feed, go to our recipe page.

Atlantic Salmon

Atlantic Salmon is a grain-free recipe for dogs with a lower activity level. With less fat and carbohydrates, the feed contributes to a balanced energy intake and a controlled weight management. The natural ingredients metabolize fats, carbohydrates and proteins into efficient energy and distribute excess energy to muscles, tissue and skeletons. The recipe contains fine Norwegian salmon, sweet potatoes and health-promoting superfoods. But why have we chosen those ingredients? Here we explain what purpose each ingredient fulfills, as well as the properties of the different ingredients.

Salmon

The salmon comes from our dear neighbor Norway and is of the same quality as fresh salmon bought over the counter. In addition to a large amount of protein, salmon contains healthy omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids for your dog’s cognitive functions. Salmon also contains potassium helps to maintain a balanced blood pressure, as well as essential B vitamins to stimulate the immune system.

Sweet Potato

The sweet potato is a root fruit with alkaline properties, packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support digestion, organ function and the general health of the dog. The sweet potato is a basic raw material with a pH value above 7 that prevents unwanted acidity or indigestion. Especially dogs with sensitive stomachs can noticeably enjoy the benefits of baked fresh sweet potatoes.

Algae 

Algae are very nutritious and are a good source of several vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids. Algae bind heavy metals and transport toxins from the body, as well as improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Green Tea

Green tea is rich in antioxidants that promote overall health and reduce the formation of free radicals, as well as protect cells and molecules from damage. Green tea is also known to promote cognitive functions and support weight management.

Black Cumin

Black cumin prevents allergies, asthma, diabetes, headaches, high blood pressure, digestive disorders and arthritis. It also strengthens the dog’s immune system, has anti-inflammatory properties and fights infections. 

Nettles

Nettles are not only good for humans, but also for dogs. They contain more than 100 vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients such as chlorophyll and carotenoids. In addition to stimulating and supporting the immune system, nettles have a detoxifying property that can prevent the symptoms of osteoarthritis.

About Our Recipes

All of our recipes are developed together with veterinarians and nutritionists to cover your dog’s full nutritional needs. Our recipes contain only natural ingredients, without any additives. For more information on the nutritional content of the feed, go to our recipe page.

Puppy

Puppy is a grain-free whole feed specially developed for puppies. The recipe’s ideal calcium-phosphorus ratio ensures a healthy development of bones and joints in the puppy. The feed includes turkey, sweet potato and coconut oil. But why have we chosen those ingredients? Here we explain what purpose each ingredient fulfills, as well as the properties of the different ingredients.

Turkey

Turkey is an excellent source of protein that is both rich in protein and gentle on the stomach. Turkey contains niacin – also called B3, vitamin B6, B12 and zinc, as well as essential amino acids that are especially important for long-term healthy development.

Sweet Potato

The sweet potato is a root fruit with alkaline properties, packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support digestion, organ function and the general health of the dog. The sweet potato is a basic raw material with a pH value above 7 that prevents unwanted acidity or indigestion. Especially dogs with sensitive stomachs can noticeably enjoy the benefits of baked fresh sweet potatoes.

Egg

Eggs are a high quality protein source that contains all the fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals necessary for the body, except vitamin C.

Coconut Oil

We enrich several of our recipes with coconut oil which, among other things, help keep cholesterol levels low and blood sugar levels even. Coconut oil is also said to have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which strengthens the dog’s immune system and lowers stress on the internal organs.

Brewer’s Yeast

Brewery yeast is used as a nutritional supplement and contains essential B vitamins, minerals and natural probiotic bacterial culture that ensures that digestion works properly. At the same time, brewery yeast contributes to promoting a healthy microbial gut flora. One of the important minerals found in the nutritional yeast is chromium, which is necessary to keep blood sugar at a healthy level.

Rosemary

Rosemary is not just a spice, but a plant packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that help boost the immune system, improve blood circulation and digestion 

About Our Recipes

All of our recipes are developed together with veterinarians and nutritionists to cover your dog’s full nutritional needs. Our recipes contain only natural ingredients, without any additives. For more information on the nutritional content of the feed, go to our recipe page.

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