It’s Valentine’s month here at Groomers, so we have selected our favourite pet products for you to shower your furry friends with. Migrator’s Pheasant Toy The Migrators Pheasant Toy is a game bird themed toy made from soft, plush fabrics. Ideal for chewing, shaking or playing fetch, this tough and sturdy toy features a robust internal squeaker that emits a pheasant ‘squark’ when squeezed. Karlie Rhinestone ID Tag Give your pets a touch of glamour with the Karlie Rhinestone ID Tag. This sparkly collar accessory is designed for storing... Read More
This Christmas, treat your dog to their very own cake with this canine -friendly recipe: Canine Christmas Cake Ingredients: 1 egg 116g cup honey 60ml vegetable oil 90g peanut butter 175g shredded fruit or veg (we used apple and carrot) 140g plain flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp nutmeg and cinnamon 175g chopped fruit. You can use dried fruit and soak in water for 30mins before use.(we used cranberries and cherries for that festive feel) Icing: 230g cream cheese 2 tbsp carob powder 1 tsp vanilla essence To Decorate (optional):... Read More
Stock up on your pet-inspired Christmas cards and tasty treats for dogs with Groomers Ltd this year. Our cute Christmas cards have now been reduced to just 75p each, and we have taken 15% off the price of our dog-friendly nibbles so you can fill up their stockings. Here’s the pick of our favourites: Snowman Treat – This fun treat is made from carob and is wheat, gluten and cocoa free. Mini Carob Christmas Puddings – Shaped like a traditional Christmas pudding, these treats are made with carob and have... Read More
Include your dog in the Halloween festivities with these safe and tasty pumpkin treats: Dog-Friendly Pumpkin Balls Ingredients: 80g pureed pumpkin 4 tbsp molasses 4 tbsp water 2 tbsp vegetable oil 140g whole wheat flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp cinnamon (optional) Pumpkin seeds (optional) Egg paint: 1 egg yolk 10 drops water 2 drops orange food colouring Directions Preheat oven to 180°C. Stir pumpkin, molasses, vegetable oil, and water together in a large mixing bowl. Add the whole wheat flour, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon to the... Read More
You can vary recipes from something simple to more of a challenge as you see fit. Most dog treat recipes contain no added sugar (so are ideal for keeping canine teeth healthy), and are also an elegant way to utilise a wide variety of leftovers. Just remember to only use food that is safe for dogs to consume.
This egg makes an ideal Easter-themed treat for your dog, and also works as an excellent gift for any dog-loving friends. They are easy and affordable to make, and dogs love them! Vary the amount of carob you use according to the size of your egg mould. You can fill your dog’s egg with a variety of treats. Cooked chicken or mince, rice with gravy, or M&C Yogurt and Banana Treats would all work well.
Dogs offer us unconditional love and companionship that is hard to replicate. Treat your four-legged friend this Valentine’s Day to some tasty biscuit treats designed specifically for doggy taste buds. These biscuits are quick and easy to make, and they even have a red/pink tinge to them, thanks to the natural colouring from the grated beetroot!
Our pets are a part of the family, and many of them will be joining us for Christmas dinner. This is an ideal recipe to use up left-overs after Christmas dinner, and is a great way to involve your dog in the festivities. This recipe will make a large terrine big enough for approximately six meals for a medium sized dog. You can easily adjust the measurements accordingly depending on how many leftovers you have.
Christmas is in the air, and baking these tasty dog biscuits is a great way to involve your pet in the festivities. They contain seasonal cinnamon, apple and cranberry, which are all tasty and safe for dogs to eat. These biscuits would make for a thoughtful present for any dog-owning friends, and could also be used for dog training.