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By shopping with us, you’ll receive on-going support and updates from Stef via our Facebook page and newsletter so that you can keep up-to-date with the latest research. As well as this, you'll find lots of advice via our website and blog.
We understand that every pet’s needs are unique and that’s why our entire team are highly regarded for their friendly, knowledgeable and personal approach. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer any queries you have regarding your pet’s diet.
Once you’ve placed your first order, you’ll also be given access to an exclusive customers’ Facebook group where you can share your experiences and learn alongside other pet owners.
New to raw? We know raw feeding can be a little daunting, but we've got a simple, easy to follow 5 week raw feeding guide and plenty of tips to help you on your way.
During the next 5 weeks we will recommend suitable products. Each week increase the variety. Stefs advice is too keep a diary handy, so you can note what they like, or didnt like so much. Don't feel alone, Stefs have transtioned 1000's of pets and we have a 99% sucuss rate first time following our guide.
Once your part of the pack, why not join our dedicated customer only group on Facebook. Stefs pet pantry customer group.
So you’ve finally decided to feed a fresh, raw diet but the choice is overwhelming. Right here at Stefs, we work with 30+ raw manufactures, bringing us a choice of over 3000+ raw products. I’m hearing you, where do I start? If you’re at the very beginning, start with our starter guide. This is our new to raw section. Here we explain how to transition and what to feed. Our job is to help you find everything you need to nourish your pet.
Given the awareness month we are in, we thought we’d share our views on why the diet is so important for oral hygiene for dogs and cats, especially puppies and kittens! But not forgetting ferrets, rabbits and our many species of pets we choose to keep now-a-days. Although is blog is mainly about our beloved dogs, cats.
Does food affect your pet’s health?
You must have been hiding under a rock if you haven’t seen or heard the health benefits sweeping the nation relating to fresh food. But yet the only medical professionals still advising that fresh foods are damaging, are vets. All other health professionals are recommending that we eat less junk, highly processed, sugary foods.
Now the most popular way to feed our pets is with kibble. Why? Mainly because we believe our pets are receiving the correct nutrition from that bag. I’m sure 99.9% of people will have, at some point, fed kibble. This includes me, and yes I was hooked on the kibble claims too. In my opinion, their marketing is second to none. Really, there’s no expense spared on that.
So must of us will experience a fussy eater at some point in time. They could refuse something they have eaten for months, or turn their nose up at something the first time it’s offered, which means we usually don’t offer it again. Perhaps they’ve gone off food after being poorly, or what about a classic case of visiting a friend’s house who feeds kibble and your dog snaffles it all up, but once they’re home, they’re refusing their raw food?