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for active dogs

Our active range has been formulated to support the day to day energetic requirements for active dogs, to help support muscles and cardiovascular systems for explosions of energy use and post-exercise replenishment – trusted by generations of sporting dog owners.

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for Less active dogs

Our less active & senior range is aimed specifically at dogs who have a reduced activity level, they may be resting or recovering out of season, elderly and/or are prone to weight gain.

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for Puppies & Junior Dogs

Generations of puppies have been reared on Skinner’s! Our diets are carefully formulated to ensure the correct levels of key nutrients are provided in a highly digestible form, and the kibble is of a size and shape to suit puppies of different ages, shapes and sizes.

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for Sensitive dogs

Our range of diets for sensitive dogs are formulated to support dogs that may have skin, coat and digestive conditions which could be associated with sensitivities or intolerances to wheat, maize, barley, grain, soya and dairy products.

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For adult dogs

Feeding a special diet all year-round can keep dogs in peak performance condition and help prepare muscles and cardiovascular systems for explosions of energy use and post-exercise replenishment.

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Supporting your dog & you

We are passionate about producing & developing “good nutrition” for your dog, from diet formulation, to the choice of raw ingredients used, considerations about sustainability & waste generation, to advice for individual owners about their own dog’s nutrition, including those with specific sensitivities.

Dr Jacqueline Boyd

BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCHE, CHES, FHEA, MRSB

In-house Nutritional Consultant

Nutritional Centre

Dr Jacqueline Boyd

BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCHE, CHES, FHEA, MRSB

In-house Nutritional Consultant

Supporting your dog & you

We are passionate about producing & developing “good nutrition” for your dog, from diet formulation, to the choice of raw ingredients used, considerations about sustainability & waste generation, to advice for individual owners about their own dog’s nutrition, including those with specific sensitivities.

Nutritional Centre

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