We consider our pets to be our best friends
In a world of increased social media where every element of our lives appears to be judged by the number of likes we get, our pets offer an escape from it all by being completely non-judgemental and accepting of every trait we feel others may not like in us. They just love us for who we are.
Our pets are always there and real, loving us whether we’re in a bad mood, whether we don’t quite look our best, when we’re sad and when we are happy. They share in the small things in life and to most of us, they are the reason we get up in the morning as they are there – needing our affection, attention and food.
Their loving non-judgemental daily presence needs to be rewarded, and we are compelled to give them everything they love – particularly their favourite foods and treats – after all they deserve them as we hold them in such high regard. Our lives wouldn’t be quite the same without our pets.
They give us the quality of life we crave – pure unconditional love from a constant presence who not only looks beautiful, but is soft and loving and responds to all our actions, voices and strokes. Some of our fur babies offer us even more – they are our hobby – we show them, take them to agility classes, take them on holidays with us (or as many of the UK population does – we plan our holidays around our pet!)
All of this needs rewarding and food does become part of this as we have to give them everything they deserve as our best friends. We wouldn’t dare invite a good friend to our house and not offer them something to eat or drink – it is ingrained in us to offer our best friends food as soon as we see them.
We teach you how to offer the right foods to keep your best friends as healthy as they possibly can be so that they live for as long as possible. It is known that in all breeds, the average life span is shorter in overweight compared with normal weight dogs (1. Salt, Carina, et al)
We want you to keep your best friend healthy and happy – just what you want too!
There is evidence to prove that the gaze of our pets releases the hormone oxytocin in both us as owners and in our pets…..
We regard our pets in the UK as valued members of our family…..
Sometimes we just cannot even express how important our pets are in our lives…..