Spring's here which means the sun is starting to peak out from behind the clouds a bit more and nature begins to bloom again. All is well except there are also a few things to look out for with this new season. We've put together this handy guide to help keep your furry friends happy and healthy.
Poppy's Picnic launches the world's first dog wedding planning service. As a nation of dog lovers, mutt-rimonials is the obvious progression for our dogs - not just to celebrate the wonderful union of tails, but also put a smile on the face of their two-legged guardians.
Many research have shown that fresh raw dog food like Poppy's Picnic can reduce the risk of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) as it is the easiest and most nutritious food for your dog to digest - which improves and aids overall digestion and help repopulate the GI tract with healthy bacteria.
Poppy was back in the ITV's This Morning ‘studio’, this time with hosts Holly and Phil. She was happy to talk about how dogs can live up to an extra three years by feeding fresh nutritious food and also shared recipes pup parents can enjoy with their dogs too!
Our vet and canine nutritionist has developed a simple recipe for pet parents to try making at home to feed their four-legged friend. You can also feed Poppy's Picnic as we're still offering safe and contact-free next day delivery of our raw dog food and we have bone-free ranges which can be served raw or cooked.
In support of Eating Disorders Week (1-7 March 2021), Poppy’s Picnic has teamed up with our ambassador and soap star, Gemma Oaten, to highlight the importance of nutrition for humans, but also our four-legged friends. In this blog, Gemma opens up about her experience with anorexia and how appreciating good nutrition enables her to be a great pet parent to Ruby Tuesday.