Brought to you by Applaws Pet Food

We are all committed to keeping our furry family members healthy and happy; from taking them on regular walks, to booking them into doggy day care for socialisation to enrichment with the newest dog toys and games, I’m sure it’s safe to say we will do anything to ensure our dog’s overall wellbeing. But one of the most important ways to keep our dogs well and happy is nutrition.

Just like humans, nutrition is the main source to our dog’s overall health. By providing our furry family members with healthy, nourishing food, we are able to be proactive in ensuring our dogs (and cats!) lead a healthy, good-well-happy, lifestyle. And they get to eat delicious food whilst doing it!

By feeding dogs as closely to their natural diet as possible, you’re able to experience a range of health benefits for your pet, for example, weight management, healthier skin and coat, improved digestion, optimised energy levels and relief from allergies and itching – and that’s all through nutrition!

Applaws pet food are big believers in feeding our pets for nutrition. They specifically select all their ingredients for the health benefits they offer our pets; using only the finest cuts of meat – such Australian free range chicken – and refuse to use any preservatives, additives or fillers.

 

By being so selective with their produce, Applaws are able to create delicious recipes that pass the clean-bowl test, giving our dogs the perfect balanced diet which means they eat less while keeping them full, happy and healthy, over all saving our hip pockets on both pet food and health care!

So while you’re on your afternoon walk with your furry friend today, swing past your local supermarket or pet food shop and pick up some Applaws. Or, opt for the convenience of shopping online with sites like Pet Circle.

After all, if we’re offering superior nutrition and a complete and balanced diet, we are giving our pets every opportunity to live good, well and happy. Just like Tidda, Fella and Patty…

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