5 Reasons to give your dog paddywack dog treats
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by Kimberley Waters
2M ago
New Zealand made Paddywack is a pure beef treat that consists of the neck ligament of the cow. The strong elastin is a protein that allows for flexibility, hence excellent as a chew as this makes it very long lasting. It is a100% natural, pure beef, gluten free meat. In New Zealand you have the option of two choices to choose from. The beef paddywack or the New Zealand venison paddywack. Our country has the luxury of our cattle being bred on open pastures, so this enables us to have a variety of pet treats to choose from with the animals being able to graze outside all year round. Kiw ..read more
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What to look out for when buying NZ pet treats.
Kiwi Pet Products Blog
by Kimberley Waters
2M ago
Firstly make sure the dog treats you buy are natural dog treats. That means nothing added to them like preservatives or genetically modified foods or grain that have side effects. The majority of dog treats in New Zealand are natural, meaning the animals spend most of their lives on open pastures all year round due to the climate of N.Z. The animals are healthy, this in turn means the dry food and dog treats you buy have natural goodness in them. How it all began, lifestyle and convenience. Our lives just became too busy and we began to focus on lifestyle instead of health. W ..read more
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Why are NZ pet treats so sought after?
Kiwi Pet Products Blog
by Kimberley Waters
2M ago
Why are NZ pet treats so sought after? Pet treats in NZ are extremely sought after because of the animal practices that we adhere to in this country. Unlike other parts of the world we have the privilege of our animals being raised on pastures in fields of grass. The climate allows for the animals to live outside in their natural environment year round. There is no need for factory farming methods like they do in places like China. New Zealand as a country has very strict regulations regarding animal welfare as well as enforcing welfare regulations. The animal welfare act overseas anim ..read more
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Watch out for poisonous Karaka berries when dog walking.
Kiwi Pet Products Blog
by Kimberley Waters
2M ago
Please keep an eye out for the karaka berries. These are dangerous to dogs and over the summer months they seem to be everywhere. Very poisonous. The Karaka trees are native to New Zealand and grow in coastal and lowland forest and also in most areas around the Auckland area, even dog parks! In summer they bear heavy loads of orange berries. Within each berry is a seed containing a lethal toxin known as Karakin. They come in all sorts of varied colours like yellows and even during the development stage have husks on the outside., so take note of the shape and the look of the tree. If you see ..read more
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