Australian Talentail is a proudly owned and operated company based in Melbourne, Victoria. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive range of health and wellbeing products to care for, protect and make caring for your companion easy. We are proud to announce a recent and exciting partnership with the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, Research Department. This opportunity is enabling us to open the door on further research into the effects of the Kakadu Plum and its potential health benefits for pets.
Have you ever thought that your canine friend might be getting sick of the same food? Or it might be that the food is making them sick. You might also then be thinking, “I’ll just change their food”. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as it might seem. For humans, it is a simple task to change from wholegrain to rye bread, or from red meat to chicken. For dogs, the change is a little trickier but not an impossible task! Before we get deep into the food bowl of this transition, lets talk about WHY your doggie diet has to change.
Being a parent to a fur baby means that prevention of infections from fleas, heartworm and intestinal worms is one of the highest priorities when it comes to caring for your pet. One thing is to ensure that your pup or kitten is having frequent treatments and the next is to make sure that the products that you are using are of the highest quality.
From blueberries to spirulina, acai bowls to avocados. These are just a couple of superfoods that you might have come across on your Sunday brunch menu or seen being flaunted by the influencers on your Instagram reel. But did you know that even your four-legged best friend can benefit from a superfood diet?
You enjoy a variety of foods—and so does your dog! There’s nothing wrong with giving your dog fresh, wholesome snacks—just be careful not to go overboard with high-fat, high-calorie between-meal food that might pack on the extra pounds. Stick with healthy treats that are as nutritious as they are delicious. Here are some dog-friendly foods that you and your best buddy can both enjoy.
Who doesn't love spending some quality downtime with their cat? Maybe watching tv, reading a book or just watching the world go by. But hanging out with your cat doesn't need to be limited to just cuddles on the couch. Just like dogs, cats need playtime and enrichment to keep them happy and satisfied. Cats love opportunities to use their natural instincts to jump, stalk, run and pounce.