Going Green Without Going Green

Plant based abundance bowl

Today is World Animal Day. As an animal nutritionist, the obvious take on this is to celebrate how we can contribute to the improved welfare of animals through feeding them fresh, healthy, species appropriate foods. And we should celebrate this!

But in the case of dogs, this must come at the expense of another animal’s life. It is an Read More

5 Foods to Boost Your Dog’s Health

organic garlic at farmers market

I love food. I think it’s magical. I love perusing the mountains of fresh produce at the market and knowing that I have the power to take those raw ingredients and create nourishing meals for myself and for my friends and for my family. I love knowing that these meals have the power to make us feel good and look good and smell good (what? Tex is family too). I truly Read More

Give Your Dog a Bone

sesame milk

I have a confession to make.

I am really, acutely aware that “holistic canine nutrition,” as an industry, sounds like a load of wank. It’s up there with paleo, charging twenty dollars for a jar of fermented cabbage and anything with the word “bespoke” in front of it nowadays.

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Who. What. Why.

Tex Perkins the black and tan kelpie

Hello. Welcome to HUNDE.

The main goal of this blog is to provide a space for educating pet owners about feeding their animals a natural diet so that they can be as healthy and happy as possible. It’s a topic fraught with contradiction and it can be overwhelming.

Personally, I’m Clare.

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