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TastyBone business sold to Pets Choice as managing director Ken Seymour annouces retirement after 43 years in pet trade
Torus celebrates first consumer show at Crufts
Three million overweight dogs targeted as Beco Pets launches Canine Health Campaign
Butcher’s Pet Care plans for £7m factory expansion
'People & Pets' idea could save the NHS £2.5b a year
New pet store opens in Greater Manchester
Barking Heads now available in Tesco stores
PATS Sandown welcomes impressive list of new exhibitors
Webbox goes Grain Free
Chuckit! exhibiting its range of toys at PATS Sandown
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Aquatics store forced to close because of anti-social behaviour
BSB Products rolls out Carnilove dog food into UK market
Quit smoking for pets’ sake, urges PDSA
Diet’Dog launches new supplement for dogs and cats
Shortlisted pet food brand celebrate success
Agria Pet Insurance launch domestic rabbit policy
CSJ targets Porky Pooches
Introducing the new ACANA Heritage range of Biologically Appropriate dog food
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CSJ targets Porky Pooches
CSJ has developed a new Porky Pooch! complete food to help obese dogs hit their weight-loss targets yet still feel full.

Porky Pooch! is rich in pork and has great tasting meaty ingredients so whilst the energy content is reduced in order to manage body weight the nutrient levels are carefully balanced to ensure the dogs coat, joints and immune systems are optimal.

CSJ’s nutritionists have included Yucca Shidigera to help maintain faecal quality whilst Functional Fibre and added Tryptophan help maintain that satisfied, full feeling ….. without the ‘middle age spread’.

CSJ says: “Greedy feeders will love Porky Pooch! but the hula hoop size kibble is too big to swallow whole, so promoting a slower and more satisfying meal for the dog. 

"We have declared a ‘war on weight’ in a bid to keep pets well and avoiding the major health risks associated with excess body weight. By feeding Porky Pooch! owners can rest assured their pets will feel great and reap long-term benefits.”

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