It’s the final week of Nutritious November!
The fourth and final week of Nutritious November begins today, bringing to an end a month of expert advice on pet diet, health and wellbeing.
The week starts with some expert advice from our vet on the latest trend for grain free pet diets. We asked her “Is grain free dog food best?” and we got a very informative reply to share with any readers who might be wondering the same.
Later in the week there’ll be more veterinary advice on the subject of choosing the best diet for older cats and understanding the dietary requirements that can help ensure senior felines live as long and happy a life as possible.
There’s more on feline wellbeing on Wednesday when we identify foods that a cat should never eat, and again on Friday where we examine the links between badly behaved cats and their diet. We’ve not neglected other pets either, with a look at dog chews, puppy treats and even fish food for our finned friends.
If you’d like a recap on the other fact-packed advice articles we’ve already seen during our inaugural Nutritious November, take a look at the selection below.
Thanksgiving dinner for dogs! Five delicious canine-friendly recipes
Which dog food is best? A vet's guide to choosing the right diet for your dog
The truth about holistic pet food
Top 5 cat nutrition myths and misconceptions
Top six kitten feeding tips: Keep your young cat strong and healthy
Dog food ingredients explained – a vet’s guide to what's really in your dog’s dinner
Be sure to get in touch with us via Facebook or Twitter if you’ve got any questions you’d like to ask about pet diet and nutrition.
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Dave has over 20 years experience in publishing during which he launched many successful magazine titles including How It Works, All About Space and All About History. He’s also pet parent to a retired police dog called Rebel, who can’t work anymore due to a health condition. When’s not busy trying to amuse a boisterous, three-year-old German Shepherd, Dave's the Editor on PetsRadar.
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