Bindi's Story

Bindi is one of many dogs we are currently helping, but she is also one of the more severe cases we have come across.

Her owner wanted us to share his story to help other owners in a similar situation.

Bindi went through a 6 month ordeal of vet visits. Her diet was changed up to a dozen times from vet prescribed food to pet shop super premium food as well as cortisone and steroid injections, and to top it off hormone tablets. Her situation just got worse. Until her owner came across a MfM brochure and contacted us to see if we could help.

Now after 6 weeks on a MfM diet, Bindi is coming along beautifully and has a new lease of life…


Some facts about dry food

Author: Lisa Caines   Date Posted: 16 September 2018  

Buying premium dry food does matter Your dog depends completely on you for health and happiness, so it is important that you understand your dog's dietary requirements. As a good dog owner, you will have to consider what type of dog food is the best option for your furry companion. Dry dog food provides a very cost-effective way to provide your dog with all the nutrients and vitamins needed for its good health and long life. Although many dog owners have moved away f...


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Bindi's Story

Author: Meals for Mutts  

Bindi is one of many dogs we are currently helping, but she is also one of the more severe cases w...

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11 October 2016
You have more useful info than the British had colonies pr-IeWWI.

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