Is your dog underweight / overweight?

It is important to keep a watchful eye on your dog’s weight for signs that they may be underweight or overweight. As a general rule, you should be able to feel your dogs ribs and spine but not see them protruding. They should have a waist, just behind their ribs...

Do I cook it?

When talking about raw feeding, people ask me “Do I cook it?”  So why raw, and not cooked? Well put simply, how many ovens do you see in the wild? Humans have evolved into needing our meat cooked through millennia of food preparation and clever culinary...

Why feed Raw?

Why do I feed raw? Simply because I have dogs and that’s what dogs eat! Dogs are carnivores. Simple as. Sure they can adapt to eating pretty much whatever (and will eat pretty much whatever, even if it’s bad for them! As shown by the picture of my friend’s dog...

Ask Anne …

I am often asked questions by dog owners regarding their pets. Over the last 55 years, I have owned and trained my own dogs, and helped with the care and training of others’ dogs. I have been breeding Pedigree Cavalier King Charles Spaniels for 35 years. During this...

Feeding Raw – Part 2 – Why go Raw not Cooked

Under the guidance of Kim, from the Dogmum Bakery I have recently started feeding my dogs raw. They certainly enjoy it and finish their meal in a couple of minutes, whereas Honey used to take half an hour or more, picking one biscuit out of the bowl and taking it to...