This cutie is starting the week off right 😍👌🏼 #Repost @nino_thefrenchie #healthyeverydaypets #healthypets ・・・ 🐾 I cant believe i won the ultimate package from @chefpeteevans @healthyeverydaypets @bigandlittledogs thank you so so much ❤️❤️❤️

Early this morning before daycare begins the pups helping Luke around the Farm! #freyjafarmholiday #freyerfarmholiday #banditfarmholiday

When the kids start Pass the Parcel without you, what do you do? Stand in the middle to command attention 😎

The count down is on to our next Dating with Dogs Sydney event, July 29 from 2 - 4 pm @the_sheaf The event has been so popular that we only have 2 female tickets left (with a few remaining male tickets). Find the link in our bio 🐾

wake up and smell the c̷o̷f̷f̷e̷e̷ r̷o̷s̷e̷s̷ other dog’s pee ✔️🐽☀️

We're not really sure about this thing the humans call Monday! #inthepethouse 🐾🐾

Grown up Ripley next to her puppy portrait! It took a looooooot of treats and patience to get her to sit next to her painting 😂 #etsycustom #etsyaustralia #petillustration #englishstaffy #staffy #dogsofsydney #petportraits #petportrait #dogsofinstagram

It’s Monday so that means my pawrents are back to the daily grind, so I guess it’s just you and me Tig. Monday adventures come at me! Murph 🐾

Sometimes just seeing the great results from feeding a raw food diet isn’t enough. We want to know there is good solid science behind our decision. Here is a summary of an independent study carried out by Ag Research and Massey University in New Zealand - so it is very applicable to Australian conditions. • QUOTING FROM THE RESEARCH “We already know dogs have no nutritional need for carbohydrates in their diet, so this study looked at the role different bacteria play in a dog’s digestion system to help us work toward a clearer picture of what the optimum diet for dogs is,” said study co-lead Dr Emma Bermingham of AgResearch. “Understanding how bacteria works in the gut is vital because of its links to digestion, diseases such as obesity, and even how it affects mood and behaviour.” The study found: High meat diets are more digestible for dogs More nutrients from a high meat diet are able to be absorbed Dogs on a high meat diet had higher levels of the bacteria associated with protein and fat digestion Dogs on a high meat diet had smaller poo and better fecal health Study co-lead Associate Professor David Thomas of Massey University said finding high levels of the bacteria associated with protein and fat digestion was particularly exciting as it demonstrated that a dog’s gut is biologically designed to digest high meat diets. 🙌🏼 hallelujah 🐑🐂🦃🐓🐇🦌🐟 Photo credit to @doggydaycarefarmtrips #realfoodfordogs #rawfeddog #dogsofsydney #foodasmedicine @wilson_the_spoodle

Happy Monday!😎🐶 Hope you all had a lovely weekend🍉