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Jug Dog

Learn all about the awesome little Jug Dog in our big breed guide. We answer all the little questions you've been wondering about! Jug dogs have ...

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Dutch Shepherd (Herder)

Find out everything you want to know about the Dutch Shepherd to make an informed decision about whether this is the perfect breed for you. Height: ...

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Eurasier

Learn all about the Eurasier dog breed in our latest guide. We give the lowdown on personality, temperament, exercise, health, grooming and more. ...

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Boerboel

Learn all about the amazing Boerboel in today's dog breed guide. We discuss temperament, health, personality, grooming, exercise, and more. Boerboel ...

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New Zealand Huntaway

We explain all things New Zealand Huntaway in today's dog breed guide. Find out if they're good around children and if they have health issues, among lots ...

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Japanese Spitz

Eager to learn more about the Japanese Spitz? You're in the right place! We explain everything you need to know about these awesome little dogs. ...

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Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

We explain all things Alapaha Bulldog in today's guide. Learn about their temperament, health, personality and more. Height: 18 - 24 inches Weight: ...

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Do Dogs Get Headaches?

It’s likely you suffer from headaches from time to time. No-one enjoys them. As a responsible dog owner, you may wonder then, do dogs get headaches too? Find ...

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Can my Dog Eat Piriton?

If your dog has allergies, you might be wondering “can my dog eat Piriton?” Here we look at whether Piriton is safe and how you should approach dosage. ...

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Victorian Bulldog

Today, we learn all about the wonderful Victorian Bulldog. Are they well-tempered? Are they easy to look after? We answer these questions and a whole lot more! ...

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Can Dogs Eat Nuts?

Can dogs eat walnuts? Can dogs eat peanuts? These are just some of the nut-related doggie questions we’ll be cracking open here. The nutritional ...

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Can my Dog Eat Cod Liver Oil?

Cod liver tablets for dogs are a popular canine supplement but are they doing more harm than good? Read our guide to discover whether fish oil is good for your ...

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  1. Thanks Ben! We appreciate the kind words!

  2. Hi Kathryn,

    I can give my opinion but I’d really recommend asking your vet.

  3. It’s not listed in the ingredients. However, dog food ingredients are incredibly vague. You’d need to reach out to Chappie to confirm.

  4. I’d imagine 1/2 to 1 tray a day would be about right. However, I’d recommend consulting your vet just to be sure.

  5. You can buy online at Pets at Home (link) or at one of their stores.

  6. Hi Linda,

    For whatever reason, this isn’t information that they make easy to find. We don’t know the answer.

    I think you’d need to reach out to Chappie and hope that they were feeling helpful.

  7. That’s great to hear! Well done Paddy!

  8. We weren’t aware of a change in the recipe. If that’s the case, we’ll get working on an updated article.

  9. Hi Heather,

    4 months is old enough for a puppy to be groomed. Some people argue that 10-12 weeks old is ideal as exposing a young dog to new experiences means it can easier become acclimatised to them. For example, a dog exposed to water at a young age will usually take to it better than one that meets a river for the first time as an adult dog.

    Hope that helps!

  10. No, not that we’re aware of

  11. Hi Sammi,

    Being grain-free I’d imagine yes it is gluten-free too.

    However, they make no specific mention of it being gluten-free in the literature or on the packaging.

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