Educational Articles

Human grade dog food, explained

Human grade dog food – the term human grade might sound odd when said in the same breath as dog food. What do humans have to do with the food dogs eat?   There’s really no reason to be confused or offended by the term. It simply means that the dog food is made with...

From eating leftovers to a healthy balanced meal, this shelter dog gets a new start in a loving family

There’s nothing more serendipitous than bringing a happy soul into your home just before a worldwide lockdown. Tammer Stein, an animal advocate, adopted Pluto two weeks before the coronavirus hit.  Her family moved to Singapore in late 2019. They decided to adopt...

Tips for dogs with sensitive stomachs

Not all dogs can safely enjoy the same foods that others eat. In some cases, they may have sensitive stomachs that may lead to complications when ingesting common meat proteins. “The majority of canine food allergy cases involve a reaction to the protein source, such...

Benefits of adding novel protein to your sensitive dog’s diet

A pet owner is no stranger to allergic dogs. Skin and digestive sensitivities are common in the canine species, whether your dog is a short-haired Boxer or a long-haired Maltese. It’s because a lot of things can trigger itchy skin or an upset stomach: a dog’s...
OCEAN

Explore the depth of New Zealand ocean, where the best breed of king salmon is harvested. Learn more about the sustainable, safe ocean farming practices that is helping to preserve our ocean life.

LAKE

Be astounded by the clear, pristine water of New Zealand’s lakes, home to some of finest duck community. Find out more about the benefits of duck meat.

FOREST

Be awed by the lush, indigenous forest, where inhabitants like deers and brushtail thrive. Learn more about why New Zealand’s venisons are rated amongst the best in the world.

FIELD

New Zealand’s temperate climate has made it the ideal place for pastoral farming. Raised free-range and grass-fed, New Zealand’s lamb has been known to be amongst the most tender and succulent.