Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Treats Should I Feed A Day?
I know what your dog’s answer would be- the whole bag please!! If your dog has no weight issue’s then by all means you can feed them perhaps one to a few each day.
What Foods Should I Not Feed My Dog?
Foods that are dangerous for dogs include chocolate, grapes, raisins, currants, sultana’s, macadamia nuts, onions, avocado’s, rhubarb, green tomato, pips in fruit as they contain cyanide, xylitol and alcohol.
Should my dog eat raw food or cooked food?
I like to think that dogs should be treated as individuals so they should be fed accordingly meaning some dogs will love a raw diet and some will turn their noses up at such offerings. There really no hard and fast rules to stick to as long as your dog is getting a variety of fresh nutritious foods with a high grade protein content. Older dogs who may have trouble digesting raw food may be better fed on a diet of cooked meals. If your dog will eat it raw then that’s great, just remember hygiene rules for raw meat and always lightly cook any veggies.
What if my dog has allergies?
Woofing Wonders treats are made using no wheat flours and only with the more nutritional based flours such as buckwheat flour, chick pea flours and coconut flours making the ideal for dogs with allergies.
My dog is on a low purine diet so which Woofing Wonders treats would you recommend?
Mostly all the range with the exception of those containing liver, beef heart and kangaroo which have higher levels of purine. Beneficial are those that contain sweet potato, parsley (which are both alkaline foods) and Kale as it contains compounds that can support the production of glutathione naturally in the body.
If you have any question’s please feel free to send me an email or book your dog a dietary plan consultation