Ruby and Her Pups

For our avid Facebook Fans you will have seen that we announced on 23 June 2015 that Ruby, a Sprocker Spaniel who has always been a part of the “Salters” team gave birth to six puppies on 22 June.  Ruby belongs to Kala who works in the Salters Office.  Ruby has always been fed on Salters…

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The Grain Free Argument

There’s been a lot of media attention recently over the idea that we (and our dogs) should eat what our ancestors had evolved to eat – that is meat and vegetables – not sugar and cooked starch.  Many humans are opting for palaeolithic diets and many dog lovers believe raw meat is the best option…

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Dundee Awaits Dog on Tour

Keen Dog On Tour fans have been following Maggie and Oscar’s progress as they cycle their way around the coastline of Great Britain. Currently in St Andrews, headed for Dundee, the intrepid duo are on course, raising money for charities which have touched Maggie’s life: LLR (Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research) and SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Deaths). It’s been thirty-four days…

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Salters Dog Food Creator Stephen Salter Aspires to be Best in UK

Salters dog food is made from the highest quality ingredients and is free from artificial flavours, colours and preservatives says James Hill MA VetMB MRCVS.  Stephen Salter outlines why he won’t give up on aiming for the best. Salters Dog Food was established 15 years ago by Stephen Salter after he was dissatisfied with pet…

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Maggie and Oscar’s Story

March is the month that Maggie will set off from Aldeburgh in Suffolk to cycle 5,000 miles around the coastline of Great Britain with her faithful companion, Oscar, a seven year old Golden Retriever by her side.  Inspired by Sport Relief to take up such an adventurous, self-funded trip, 65 year old Maggie, mother of…

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“Why did my dog bite me, and what can I do about it?”

We hear from James aka The Pack Walker about what to do if your dog bites you… I’ve had a number of people recently ask me about dogs who bite their own owners. Without wanting to oversimplify it there are some things you can do to turn things around. This is by no means a substitute for…

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Polly’s Puppies – Part Three

Polly continues her story here…  In case you missed it, Polly’s Puppies – Part One is here and Part Two is here. My puppies continue to grow well and have lovely shiny coats. I have had them outside and using environment enrichment I am pleased to see them tackling new things all the time and not being wary…

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101 Dogs Go Walk-About

Salters were delighted to sponsor the PetSavers Charity Walk in the glorious Bathurst Estate in Gloucestershire, by kind permission of  The 9th Earl and Countess Bathurst.  Emma Sansom from PetSavers shares with us her account of the day: The Autumn sun came out for 101 dogs (but sadly no Dalmatians) setting out on the PetSavers…

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Polly’s Puppies – Part Two

Polly continues her story here…  In case you missed it, Polly’s Puppies – Part One is here. As you can see from the pictures the puppies are growing well and have fantastic coats. Both of the photos are naturally lit and the shine on their coats had to be seen to be believed. Neither picture of…

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A Very Special Walk

On 23rd August children, adults and their beloved dogs gathered at the National Trust’s Gibside Hall at Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, for a very special walk… to raise money for a children’s charity called “Heel and Toe“. The charity provides free therapy to children with Cerebral Palsy and other physical disabilities.  Heel and Toe helps children by…

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