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Our passion is to produce great raw Cocker Spaniel food
as nature intended.

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*As nature intended

Why We Do What We Do

The best diet for your Cocker Spaniel’s health

Intelligence, energy, loyalty and sheer joy of living – these are just some of the qualities that make Cocker Spaniels the favourite choice of dog-owners the world over, but demanding grooming and exercise needs make them very high maintenance pets too.

Without at least an hour of vigorous exercise each day, Cocker Spaniels can become seriously overweight. Patellar Luxation, Canine Hip Dysplasia are just some of the health issues associated with this breed. This is why diet for Cocker Spaniels is so vital.

A raw food diet, low in carbohydrate and high in protein can help ensure your Cocker Spaniel stays happy, energetic and at the peak of health.

The natural diet for a Cocker Spaniel

One of the liveliest of all breeds, the Cocker Spaniel, with its compact build and broad muzzle, was bred as a hunter.

For dogs in the wild, consuming food is only one part of the process of chasing, catching, killing and eating. For hunting dogs, the extra chewing and time spent consuming the meat and bone of a raw food diet gives them huge added pleasure.

Less tooth plaque, nicer poo – happier Cocker Spaniel!

There is a great deal of anecdotal evidence from owners that raw food diets result in far less tooth plaque or tartar – reducing the incidence of ‘dog breath’ and creating smaller, less smelly stools. Raw food is also much efficient at emptying dogs’ anal glands. The result? A happy, healthy Cocker Spaniel!
Dr Richard Pitcairn’s ‘Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pitcairns-Complete-Guide-Natural-Health/dp/157954973X

Common Health Issues For Cocker Spaniels

Cockers have more auto-immune diseases than many other breeds, we believe base based on research* many of these if not al come from leaky gut. They can also have hypothyroidism, which is the under-production of thyroid hormone. This can cause weight gain, hair loss, itching, shivering and skin infections. Cockers should have their thyroids checked with a simple blood test every two years or any time thyroid disease is suspected. Skin problems may also indicate allergies, which are common in the breed.

The feed back from dogs that are on a raw diet is many of the symptoms mentioned disappear overtime which supports our own research.

It is our belief that many chronic diseases that Cocker Spaniels contract can be reduced or eliminated through a balanced and natural diet.  We take the holistic view that prevention is better that dishing out medicine to manage the symptoms and less expensive!

*Dr Jill – http://www.jillcarnahan.com/2014/07/07/leaky-gut-syndrome-linked-many-autoimmune-diseases/