How to feed your dog
Feeding dogs should be a stress-free, enjoyable experience. Therefore, your disposition when feeding sets the tone for their ultimate eating experience.
Staying calm, relaxed, and positive allows them to enjoy their food all the more. Facing away but staying in the room will give them confidence and security to delve in and enjoy all the more.
Most dogs prefer to eat off a flat surface, so providing a feeding board rather than a bowl, gives them easy all round vision.
Dogs love to move around their food source too, so placing this away from walls gives them this ability.
If your dog isn’t an enthusiastic eater discover helpful feeding tips from ProDog’s canine behaviourist, Caroline Spencer, in her guide to How to Help a Fussy Dog Eat.
How to feed raw
Raw feeding has never been easier. With our raw dog food meals you can simply defrost overnight, pop into their bowl, and serve! Get defrosting advice here.
Once the food has softened, you can portion out the correct serving size for your dog’s meals.
Any unused food can safely be refrigerated from frozen for up to four days. It’s a convenient and simple way to ensure your dog’s healthy!
Getting the temperature right
All dogs have their unique preferences. Therefore the optimal temperature for their food will vary.
Some dogs may like their food directly from the fridge. Allowing the food to rest out of the fridge for a short time to take the chill off, may be preferable for others.