GWF Nutrition Blog
Spring has certainly arrived and your horse will be ready to enjoy the spring grass, especially if they’ve been eating hay all winter. But how do you manage horses in spring grass and when is it safe for horses to be turned out?
The bond between dog and owner is a very special one and they show us unconditional love - they're loyal, devoted and will never judge. But how can you show your dog affection in a language that they will understand? Here are 10 simple things you can do that will keep them feeling secure in your love.
Meet our nutritionist Wesley Habershon who joins the team to head up our product development and nutrition support team.
Raw food for dogs is said to have a positive impact on overall health and wellbeing, and is becoming more and more popular throughout the UK. However, raw feeding has also had its critics. There are a lot of arguments on both sides and it can be hard to know what’s right for your dog.
We're excited to reveal the lucky winners of our fantastic Big 50 Giveaway on our supplements range as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations. The competition was tough with over 1600 entries! 50 lucky winners will receive the dog, cat or horse supplement of their choice from our range.
We're thrilled to be celebrating a special milestone with our 50th Anniversary this month. There have been a lot of proud moments over the last 5 decades; we changed the industry's whole approach to equine feeding with the first ever feed balancer (now Equilibra) and to this day the Oatinol Delivery System puts our products in a league of their own.
Our favourite feline companions can be more aloof than dogs and their behaviour can be harder to read. We all want the best for our kitties but how can you tell if they are happy or not? Here are some tell tale signs to look out for in a happy cat.
As the saying goes, a healthy dog is a happy dog and as owners we all want to do the best for our four-legged friends. But how do you know whether your dog is really happy? It’s not always straightforward to know exactly how they are feeling, so being able to understand non-verbal cues is useful.
During the lockdown many of our usual day to day activities, including travel (even to and from work) and socialising are no longer possible, so making sure we keep ourselves and our pets active and stimulated is going to be more of a challenge. Here are some ways you can make sure that your pets are well provided for and that you keep your cat or dog happy while you are stuck indoors.
Christmas is a wonderful time of year and particularly in 2020 it's a long awaited chance to spend precious time with loved ones. Wrapping paper, tinsel and turkey scraps are all great opportunities for some festive fun – but make sure you are aware of the potential hazards too so you can enjoy a safe and happy Christmas with your pets.