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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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Are Sardines Good for Dogs?

Unsure if sardines are as good for dogs as they are for us? In today's article, we investigate and see if sardines are good for dogs or not. Do you ...

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Can Dogs Eat Bread?

Can dogs eat bread? I'm sure you've heard lots of different answers, so today we reveal the truth! There are lots of reasons why you may want to find ...

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The Best Grain-Free Dog Food

Looking to help your dog feel better, reduce allergies and have more energy? Check out our guide to the best grain-free dog food for premium canine health.If ...

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The 3 Best No-Pull Dog Harnesses

If you’ve had enough of your dog pulling on the leash, check out our guide to no-pull dog harnesses. With three leading designs and must-read advice, it’s got ...

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Ear Care for Dogs

Keeping your dog’s ears clean is an important part of general pet hygiene, but where to begin? Here’s everything to know about ear care for dogs, including dog ...

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Eye Care for Dogs

Are eye drops really necessary for a dog? We find out in our latest dog care article.   They say our eyes are windows to our souls and that ...

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  1. 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!

  2. No, not that we’re aware of

  3. 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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