Poisonous Mushrooms for dogs

As the autumn brings beautiful leaves in all shades and muddy puddles, it also brings along mushrooms. Just as they are to us humans, a lot of wild mushrooms are poisonous to our furry friends.
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Poppy's Picnic new FEDIAF balanced ranges and compostable packaging

Our new Mince and Meatballs sleeves will now create a rainbow in your freezer as the different products are colour-coordinated by protein, just like you see in the supermarket. All of this making it easier for you to find what you need, quickly and easily. We are also now using eco-friendly trays that are fully compostable, but can equally well be recycled. This saves plastic use by over 90%.

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Trade back packaging for SUPER Sprinkles

Our free polystyrene returns scheme is liveIn return for each batch of poly you send back we'll send you a bag of SUPER Sprinkles. It's just a little thank you from us for being so PAWsome and helping us to help the environment. All you need to do is collect a minimum of 5 orders worth of packaging, which is enough to fit into two of our delivery boxes. 
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Keep Calm and Carry On: Spotting signs of stress in your dog

We all want our dogs to be happy and healthy so we've created a guide of some key signs of stress in dogs for you to look out for. It's important to identify what is causing the stress and anxiety in your dogs and eliminate that trigger as early as possible, especially ahead of loud events such as Bonfire Night and New Year's Eve which typically include bright fireworks. Here are top tips to spot signs of stress in your dog.

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Feed with Assurance: Poppy’s Picnic raw dog food recipes are balanced

Poppy’s Picnic raw dog food products are complete and balanced according to the FEDIAF standards and guidelines so pet parents can feed the most nutritious meals to their four-legged friends with assurance and confidence. Our recipes have been developed and fine-tuned by vet and nutritionist, Dr Charlotte Gray MA VetMB (cantab) MRCVS to meet the highest FEDIAF nutritional guidelines.
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