One significant health concern for many dog owners is rapid eating. Dogs that eat too quickly are at risk of various issues, including choking, gastrointestinal discomfort, and potentially life-threatening conditions like gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV) or bloat.
This blog delves into the unique features ofSuper Feedy's products, as highlighted on their website, and explores how they contribute to a more sustainable and health-focused approach to pet care in Australia.

In the dynamic world of pet care, Australian veterinarians are pivotal in guiding pet owners towards the best choices for their furry companions.SuperFeedy's innovative approach to dog feeding has garnered attention and approval from the veterinary community. 

In the world of pet care, mindful eating is gaining traction, especially when it comes to our canine companions. Super Feedy, an innovative brand in the pet industry, has taken a significant leap in this direction with its unique approach to dog feeding. 
Hey there, fellow dog parents! If you're reading this, chances are, you've got a little furball with a penchant for gobbling down their food faster than you can say, "Easy, boy!" Trust me, I've been there. WatchingMarley and Belle – my adorable yet ravenous doggos – consume their meals within seconds used to be a daily anxiety-inducing event. But not anymore!
As a dedicated dog parent, I bet you'd do anything to make sure your furry friend is both happy and healthy. It’s why you spend time researching the best toys, the healthiest food, and yes, even the perfect dog bowl. 
Shark cartilage is a natural source of nutrients that has been used as a dietary supplement to provide relief from joint pain and improve joint health in dogs. While it is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties, it is important to carefully consider the potential side effects and interactions before giving your dog a dose of shark cartilage.
As dog owners, we all want to keep our furry friends healthy and happy. But when our beloved pets suffer from an upset stomach ordiarrhoea, it can be distressing. In our own experience with our dogs Belle and Marley, we have faced this issue and understand the challenges that come with it. That's why we've put together this guide to help dog owners deal with this common problem. Whether it's caused by a simple digestive upset or a more serious underlying condition, we'll provide you with information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments fordiarrhoeain dogs, including what to feed a dog withdiarrhoea, and tips on preventing future outbreaks.
Australia’s most comprehensive pet population survey has revealed the boom in pet ownership seen during the COVID-19 pandemic has levelled-out to a ‘new normal’ of strong pet ownership in Australia, with 69 per cent of households across metropolitan, regional and remote Australia now home to one or more pets. 
As the holiday season approaches, many of us look forward to indulging in festive treats and goodies. However, it's important to remember that some of the foods we enjoy during the holiday season can be toxic to our furry friends. Here are 10 common Christmas foods that you should keep away from your dogs:

As a dog owner, I have spoken to many owners who haven't cleaned their dog's bowl. Ever. That's right...these dog owners never even thought to wash their dog's bowl. This was not a case of negligent pet owners. As typical dog owners, they didn't know any better.

Are you planning on travelling with your dog over the Christmas holidays? If so, keeping your furry friend safe and comfortable during your trip is important. Here are five ways to do just that.