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Our range of food is divided into SMALL – MEDIUM – LARGE and GIANT, because we recognise the fact there are clear anatomical and physiological differences between small and large dogs of various different ages. This means initially your dog’s size, linked to his or her age, will determine his or her daily nutritional needs.

The products are divided up as follows:

SMALL : for dogs with an adult weight of <10kg

MEDIUM: for dogs with an adult weight of 10kg to 25kg

LARGE: for dogs with an adult weight of 25kg to 45kg

GIANT: for dogs with an adult weight of >45kg

We have various different customised foods for dogs with specific nutritional needs:

LIGHT FOOD: For dogs with specific needs like obesity.

DIGESTION+: For dogs with sensitive digestive systems or irritable bowel syndrome.

STERILISED: For dogs who have been sterilised or castrated.

NO GRAIN: For dogs who are allergic or sensitive to gluten.

DERMA+: For dogs with sensitive skin, coat or itching.

HIGH ENERGY: For dogs with a high level of activity (=degree of exercise). Or for dogs recovering from a medical procedure or who are pregnant/lactating.

You can naturally also find detailed product information on our website.

  1. a puppy’s ability to learn is greatest between 8 and 12 weeks. He will never forget whatever he learns during this period, providing you continue with his training.
  2. the rule of thumb with puppies is that you can see how big they are going to be by the size and thickness of their legs.
  3. males won’t lift their legs when urinating until they become sexually mature: they will urinate like bitches until that time.
  4. it’s very good for a dog to fast for a day every now and then: this will regularly happen in nature too.
  5. a dog is only in a deep sleep for 10 to 15% of the total time he is asleep: he will also be dreaming during this phase.
  6. dogs with long-haired tails are exceptionally good swimmers, as they use their tails for steering purposes.
  7. a dog’s front legs are larger than their back legs, as they carry 60% of the weight when walking.
  8. good hunting dogs can still smell where a deer has been for more than 48 hours afterwards.
  9. horses prefer dogs with upright ears compared to dogs with floppy ears, as upright ears are synonymous with kindness.
  10. guard dogs who guard a business, as well as working dogs, are tax deductible in Belgium!