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…

 

Help your dog to better health

Author: Best for Pets   Date Posted: 12 May 2019  

Improving your Dogs Health So many discussions around remedies for dogs with allergies is extremely confusing for many dog owners. It can be really disheartening trying to solve your dog’s allergies. Whether your dog’s allergies appear in the form of itchy skin, ears or feet, or digestive problems like chronic diarrhea, allergy symptoms can make life miserable for both your dog and you. An allergy is a state of over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of the immune system to a particular substance called an allergen . Most allergens are proteins from plants, insects, animals, or foods. Examp...


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Author: Best for Pets   Date Posted: 12 July 2019  

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Author: Best for Pets  

For many of us the ingredients list is a great way to see what we are feeding our four-legged friends. After some investigation regardless of the price in most cases this list looks outstanding. So where is the difference? After numerous discussions it comes down to how the raw product is cooked. A large portio n of cooked rolls on the market are cooked in vats. These temperatures rise to over 130 degrees, could you imagine cooking your own food at this temperature what it would look like and what actual nutrients are left. This is where Ecopet stand out from the rest, the ingredients are mixed together, sealed into rolls...


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Author: Lisa Caines   Date Posted: 16 September 2018  

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Author: Lisa Caines  

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Author: Dr Bruce Syme  

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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
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