To give you a working insight into just who can benefit from our meals and what kinds of results Butternutters have been getting and indeed telling us about, we’d love to share some of our customer and vet reviews. We’ve had fab results from dogs suffering with pancreatitis, sensitive stomachs, obesity and digestive issues. Here are our favourite stories….
Golden Retrievers love any food they can get their paws on. To avoid excess weight gain, you should choose a nutritious food to keep them fuller for longer.
These intelligent and active dogs need a balanced diet that gives them plenty of calories to burn. To keep them boxing-fit, their diet should be protein-rich.
A dog food intolerance affects the digestive system. Some common intolerances include wheat and soy. This can cause vomiting, diarrhoea and red, itchy skin.
These 10-inch-tall athletes in a curly fur suit require protein-rich diets to fuel their adventures. But, just like athletes, they need to watch what they eat.
Boston Terriers have huge appetites and sensitive stomachs but also enjoy plenty of boisterous play, so it's important that their diets meet these unique needs.
With thick bristly coats and a sturdy frame, German Shepherds need the right food to help keep them in tip-top condition.
Springer Spaniels are one of the most popular dog breeds in the UK. They love exploring and need a high quality food to keep their energy levels topped up.
Pugs are far from fussy, though many suffer from food intolerances and are prone to chubbiness. Be sure to choose the right food to keep them feeling pugtastic.
Cavapoos are a lively, energetic breed that will need a diet rich in protein and vegetables to support their development and help to maintain a healthy weight.
The JRT's small stature and big calorie burn means it's important to get their food just right. Always-on-the-go, they need a diet packed with protein and vitamins.
Cockers can be prone to a few health issues, including displaced kneecaps and ear infections. Choosing a complete and nutritious food can help manage symptoms.
While Labradors will chow down on anything, Poodles can be picky. Your Labradoodle could go either way, but still needs proper nutrition and portion control.
Border Collies need lots of physical exercise and mental stimulation. They should be fed a high-quality food that fulfils their calorie and nutrient needs.