‘E’ is for ADDITIVES – You are what you eat

westie eating
1st of May, 2012.
 
We are sufficiently concerned at the problems with a large percentage of the dogs that we deal with that can be linked to a certain type of pet food that we have been prompted to write this page. One particular brand alone appears to be responsible for in excess of 80% of our behavioural cases and it is interesting that when the diet is changed to a more natural product in most cases the behaviour is modified, sometimes eliminated altogether.