Mr Slobberchops have some fantastic natural health products but they are also a wealth of knowledge and so helpful with choosing the right product for your dog.
I am so grateful to you for your support and advice during the last couple of weeks, finding out Betsy has chronic pancreatitis was devastating. The vets provided very little support so your help and products have been invaluable. Slippery elm, colloidal silver, and pet plus are permanent fixtures in my ever growing health cabinet! Thank you!
Had dealings with this company recently.... FANTASTIC.... let's just say their integrity on every level shines through and would say to anyone if you are looking for a holistic company for your dogs then please take a look.... in fact I turned to them for advice and they did not do any sales pitch, they gave advise .... its not often you come across a company that has such morals and values as they do. x
(Ok so I stole the title from a film!) Food first & foremost Pumpkin seeds: I add these nutrient protein packed beauties to the dog’s food a few times a week crushed. Among others they contain manganese, magnesium, zinc, copper, potassium, folic acid, iron as well as Omega 3&6. For worms they contain Curcurbitin, an […]
Spirulina contains a remarkable concentration of nutrients known in any food, plant, grain or herb. It has the highest concentration of beta carotene, B vits, iron, trace minerals and the rare essential fatty acid GLA. Containing all the essential amino acids we need & every other nutrient to boot. Gram for gram Spirulina is probably […]
There are lots of Hypoallergenic pet foods around, are all dogs allergic to the same things?. Unless there are a gazillion different types how can they be Hypoallergenic? some may help for a period of time but allergies can also change. ‘Hypoallergenic’ is a marketing word and nothing more. If I were to make nut […]
For the last few months we have been using green clay instead of Thornit. A friend using clay on a dog with extremely mucky ears has since reported the clay wins hands down over Thornit. I prefer the smell for one thing but it has also worked better, quicker than Thornit for us. I give […]
Just over 2 years ago, Mr Slobberchops started with Katie Bristow & me. We offered one natural first aid kit & grew the product range organically, testing on our dogs and ourselves as we went along, lots of lessons learnt along the way. I had a vision at the start and it has been wonderful […]
Watercress is quite the powerhouse and often overlooked. Dogs usually love it’s peppery taste. Jam packed full of vitamins A, B1,2 & 6, C, K & the minerals Calcium, Manganese, magnesium, potassium and phosphorous. Only raw Broccoli has more magnesium & Vitamin C. The plant flavonol Quercetin is also contained and is often used for allergies […]
Put the SLOBBER in your dogs CHOPS with a portion of BONE BROTH. Really easy to make at home and great for you & your dog’s health , it helps the liver detox, promotes a healthy gut and is great nutrition for sick dogs. Really easy to make. Include some joint bones for the natural […]
Perfume makes me sneeze & never have liked those strong almost plastic smells that are used in some grooming sprays when I trained as a groomer many moons ago. I guess it’s a lot like Marmite, some love those strong aroma’s, not me though & pretty sure with a dogs sensitive nose it can’t be […]
Pancreatitis comes in two forms, acute & chronic, Chronic will happen over time damaging the pancreas, sometimes causing other health problems. Acute can be caused by medication or an illness and be a one off occurrence. The Pancreas secretes enzymes that are needed to digest food. Underlying related issues may also be present and will […]
Ticks, Fleas & more Ticks……. There has been SO much talk and worry about these blighters of late. Having lived in a tropical climate myself I know how tricky they can be but that they also behave completely differently on a dog that is super healthy with a strong immune system & not as many […]
Spring is a great time to have a cleanse for us all. Dogs that can naturally forage can tend to eat much more couch grass, cleavers, dandelion during spring, my two seem to resemble cows it seems when left to self select at this time! Feeding vegetables in season is also perfectly natural for us […]
2015 has been a busy year for us and 2016 looks to be even busier! This year has seen lots of learning and further opportunities to bolster our skills , build on our past experiences & make new ones. Both myself & Katie are big on lots of research, we may change our thought process […]
Well after a dark 5am journey to Birmingham and a even darker journey home in the rain I was thankful for my co-pilot Anna Low and her trusty sat-nav. The dark journey certainly was worth it for the bright lights that greeted us in the shape of the most fantastic speakers over the two days. […]