Understanding the vitamins that go into your dog’s food
With so many different foods out there, it can be difficult to know what is best for your dog. The back of the bag can often be a good place to start; but what does all the information on the back mean? In particular, why do we see vitamins on the label?
What are the benefits to feeding my dog a salmon-based food?
Our salmon diets are tried, tested and loved by many dogs! It’s no wonder really – especially when salmon can be a delicious alternative to meats and has numerous health benefits when included in a dog’s diet. Are you unsure if salmon is the right choice for your dog? Then let us tell you a little bit more…
Could Maintenance be the right food for your dog?
Field & Trial Maintenance is a firm favourite with many dog owners, but are you wondering if it’s suitable for your four-legged friend? Read our advice to find out if our popular kibble is the right food to be feeding your dog.
Should dogs take joint supplements?
At Skinner’s we understand the importance of healthy movement and mobility. Which is why we have developed a selection of dry kibble diets to provide joint support and help aid the flexibility of movement in a range of breeds, ages, shapes and sizes of dogs. These dog foods include Field & Trial Turkey & Rice and Field & Trial Maintenance Plus, both of which are formulated with Joint Aid for Dogs.
Why choose Junior?
When changing from puppy food to adult food, there is typically a gradual decrease in the nutrient provision – in particular, a step-down in dietary protein, fat and energy levels, as well as managed levels of key minerals such as calcium and phosphorous. Our Junior diets can help make this step down from puppy food to adult dog food more gradual by providing a nutritional “stepping stone”.