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Aloe Vera For Dogs & Cats & the Digestive System

The Digestive system, also known as the alimentary canal or gut can be sensitive in animals due to gastric inflammation. This can be caused by poor diet, eating foreign bodies or as a reaction to prescription drugs.

Feeding your dog a healthy diet such as FourFriends which is a premium naturally hypo-allergenic food, and is suitable for cats and dogs with these conditions.  The addition of Aloe Vera into all the recipes aids the animal’s natural digestion and helps to support and improve their own immune system.

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Cases of Diabetes in Cats and Dogs has risen over 900%

There’s been a lot of talk recently in the media about our belovered pets eating habits and how they could impact on their health.

Pet insurance provider Animal Friends discovered that cases of diabetes in cats and dogs has risen by over 900% since 2011.

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Advice, Dogs, Cats

Five Dog Training Commands using FourFriends Natural Dog Treats

Five Commands For You And Your K9 Friend.

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Advice, Cats, Pets, Dogs

The Best Foods To Feed The Allergie Prone Pet

From the telephone calls we receive daily it would seem that today’s dog and cat owners are becoming a little more savvy than in previous years. We believe pet owners are starting to pay attention to food labelling because they want the best for their pets. Owners are starting to read the labelling and are choosing foods that they believe will give their pets the best ingredients and helping them to have a long and healthy life. 

All FourFriends Premium Quality Dog and Cat Foods are gluten free and naturally hypo-allergenic. Gluten is the protein that is found in specific types of grain, namely wheat, barley, and rye. We only use rice in our complete foods.

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Advice, Cats, Dogs

Is Aloe Vera Safe for Cats and Dogs?

Back in the late 18th century Aloe Vera was successfully used to combat a number of Horse ailments and became widely known as Horse Aloe.  In 1840 two blacksmiths, George Skevington and F.D. Day published their positive findings.

In 1950, a report was featured in a veterinary medical magazine. This report was made by a team of researchers who documented the positive antibacterial effects of the healing plant in relation to animal healing.

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Advice, Cats, Dogs