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Dog FAQ's

  • Why is James Wellbeloved the best dog food for my dog?

    Our tasty, healthy recipes inspired by nature are made with simple ingredients which makes them the perfect choice for every dog. The foods are naturally hypoallergenic, so that means that James Wellbeloved recipes are ideal if your dog has a sensitive digestions or food intolerance. With James Wellbeloved, you can be sure of a balanced diet that not only tastes good, but does them a world of good too.

  • Why is a natural diet a great choice for my dog?

    Inspired by nature, our wholesome, tasty recipes will keep your dog full of energy and loving life for years to come. And while you can feel good about giving them nature’s best, they’ll enjoy:

    • Feeling fuelled and energised
    • A gorgeous, glossy coat
    • Healthy, nourished skin
    • Support for the immune system
    • Settled tummies and firmer poops
    • Being at their best by being a healthy weight

     

     

  • Is James Wellbeloved the best dog food for my sensitive dog?

    Yes, our naturally hypoallergenic recipes are not only great for your dog’s everyday health and wellbeing but are less likely to cause an adverse reaction, such as upsets tummies, itchy skin and even behavioural problems.

  • What makes your dog foods naturally hypoallergenic?

    James Wellbeloved food is naturally hypo-allergenic which is not only great for everyday health and wellbeing but is less likely to cause an adverse food reaction in your dog. To make our naturally hypo-allergenic food, we exclude those ingredients which surveys suggest are more likely to cause food intolerances, such as:

    Wheat, dairy, beef, pork, eggs, soya.

    We also only use a single source of animal protein in our recipes, and that includes the gravy and fat, which means in our turkey recipes turkey is the only animal protein you will find.

  • What is an exclusion diet?

    An exclusion diet is one that excludes every other animal protein except for the one named on the bag and in our recipes the gravy and fat we use come from the same animal too. At James Wellbeloved although there is only one animal protein in each of our foods we give you a choice of Duck, fish ,Turkey or lamb so there is sure to be one to suit your pet.

  • Is James Wellbeloved suitable for an exclusion diet?

    Yes, our naturally inspired pet food recipes have absolutely no wheat, dairy, beef, pork, eggs or soya, the most common causes of food intolerances, and have a single source of animal protein. Our fat and gravy comes from the same animal too.

  • What does ‘single source’ protein mean?

    ‘Single source’ protein means that there’s only one animal protein in our dog food or cat food. If it says turkey, you’ll only ever get turkey and it’s the same for lamb or duck.  Even the gravy and fat comes from the same animal.

  • Is there a difference between allergies and food intolerance?

    Both dogs and cats can react badly to ingredients in their food, but only some are allergic reactions – In an allergic reaction the food triggers the body’s immune response system sometimes resulting in symptoms such as itchy skin and upset tummies.  But some dogs and cats can have adverse food reactions not caused by an immune response that can also lead to the same symptoms.

  • Does my dog have allergies and/or food intolerance?

    If your dog is showing one or all of the following signs and you have ruled out any other possible triggers such as fleas for example, they might be reacting to something in their food.

    • Itchy and irritated skin
    • An upset tummy
    • Behavioural changes

    Our naturally hypoallergenic dog food excludes ingredients that are known to cause food intolerances and will help them feel happy, healthy and full of life.

  • Can your food help if I have a fat dog?

    Compared to our standard adult foods our light dog food has more fibre to help your dog feel fuller for longer.  It also has increased levels of protein so they maintain muscle, whilst loosing fat.  Added taurine supports the heart, while JW+ is added to support the joints that are under more strain with fat dogs.

  • Will my dog like James Wellbeloved?

    We put a lot of love into creating recipes your dog will love. Using only simple ingredients, and recipes inspired by nature our food has everything your dog needs – and nothing they don’t. Best of all, you can be sure they’re enjoying a naturally balanced diet that is delicious and satisfying and does them the world of good too. But don’t just take our word for it why not have a look at our lovely reviews and testimonials from many of our four legged friends.

  • What is grain free dog food and is it right for my dog?

    A lot of our dogs simply enjoy a grain free diet but some dogs that have sensitivities to cereals may actually need to eat a grain free diet to avoid the unpleasant symptoms of food intolerance. We have carefully crafted a range of meals that do not include cereals such as rice and barley but use peas and potatoes instead. They are also naturally hypoallergenic, wholesome and tasty too.

  • Does your dog food contain any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives?

    We choose the finest quality ingredients nature has to offer. Each one has its own health benefits, as you’ll discover. What you won’t see, however, is any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Not now, not ever.

  • Can I feed my dog chocolate?

    No. While we might love it, chocolate in all forms is poisonous to our dogs. In small amounts it can cause them to experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and restlessness but in larger amounts can cause abnormal heart rhythm, tremors, seizure and even death.

  • Is my dog lactose intolerant?

    Just like us humans can be lactose intolerant, so can our dogs.  After weaning some adult dogs can have trouble digesting lactose (the sugar in milk).  If your four legged friend experiences an upset tummy, sickness or itchy skin after drinking milk they may be lactose intolerant.

  • Can I switch my dog to James Wellbeloved dry dog food straightaway?

    Your dog’s digestive system isn’t as quick as yours at adapting when switching diets. So, to avoid them getting an upset tummy we recommend gradually introducing James Wellbeloved or any new food slowly over the course of 5-7 days.

    We suggest:

    25% new diet with 75% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    50% new diet with 50% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    75% new diet with 25% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    100% new diet

    Don’t forget you can still give them our wet dog food as well to add to their enjoyment.

  • Can I alternate freely between feeding my dog the turkey, lamb, duck or fish variants?

    Each of our dog food recipes is appealingly delicious in their own way and we’re confident your dog will love them all. Many dogs can change their food without experiencing any form of tummy upset but if your dog is more sensitive we suggest you introduce new foods gradually over 3-5 days. If your dog suffers from food intolerance it may be best to stick with your dog’s favourite James Wellbeloved recipe!

  • How does homemade food compare to James Wellbeloved?

    James Wellbeloved food is complete and balanced and contains all the nutrients your pet needs to thrive. It has been carefully prepared and cooked in our own factory and then tested to ensure it is safe for your pet.

    Many owners feed table scraps but these shouldn’t exceed 5% of the pet’s daily calorie intake.

    When cooking your own pet food at home it’s important to be aware that care needs to be taken both in choosing and preparing the ingredients. A detailed knowledge of food science is needed, not everything that’s good for us can be tolerated by dogs and cats. Any nutrients that may be missing in the diet, calcium and phosphorus for example, will need to be added as a supplement. Food safety is another important consideration both during preparation and storage. Freezing is an excellent way to store home cooked food but care needs to be taken when getting it back to ambient temperature prior to serving.

     

  • Do I need to give my pet any other food besides James Wellbeloved?

    No. Our food is 100% complete and balanced, with everything they need and nothing they don’t. From delicious dry and wet meals to tasty treats they’ll love, the James Wellbeloved range keeps your four legged friends happy, healthy and full of life.

  • Do I need to buy wet dog food as well as dry?

    Our dry dog food is complete and balanced, but your dog might well love the taste of our wet food just as much. So feel free to mix them together to add to their enjoyment. For advice on what quantities to feed them, see our feeding guide here.

  • Do you make puppy food?

    Of course – we believe a naturally healthy diet should start as early as possible. Our puppy food is nutritionally balanced and is gentle on their developing digestion. And we have both grain free and rice based recipes so you can chose the best food to suit your puppy.

  • What makes your puppy food suitable for my puppy?

    Everything. We want the very best for your puppy. That’s why our puppy food contains higher levels of protein and fat to support growth and the right amounts of calcium and phosphorus for their growing bones. The kibbles are smaller too, to suit smaller mouths.

  • When should I start to feed my puppy James Wellbeloved puppy food?

    Our puppy foods are suitable for feeding from 6-8 weeks.

  • When should I wean my puppy?

    From around 2-3 weeks puppies can be offered small amounts of kibble moistened in warm water several times a day. Gradually reduce the liquid until the puppies are fully weaned. All moist food should be replaced on a regular basis.

  • What is the difference between puppy and junior food?

    Puppy and junior food are both formulated for growing dogs. All puppies once weaned at around 6-7 weeks should be fed on James Wellbeloved puppy food. Depending on the adult size of the dog your puppy may benefit from being fed a junior food designed as a follow on food for medium and large breed dogs. It’s all to do with the age at which dogs mature For example small dogs will be mature at 6 months and can move onto their own small breed adult food then; whilst large dogs will continue to grow well into their second year and will benefit from being fed a large breed junior food. Check out our feeding guide for more details.

  • How do I know when my puppy is a ‘grown up’ dog?

    The age of maturity for dogs is related to their adult size. So your small terrier will be a grown up at around 6 months whilst a Great Dane will not mature until it is over 18 months old. It’s important to provide the puppy and junior foods your dog needs to ensure the correct rate of growth and a healthy adult life. Check out our feeding guides for more details.

  • Why should I feed my older dog differently?

    From around 7 years of age some dogs can be considered as seniors! Older dogs have different nutritional needs. Our senior dog food has been created specifically for this phase in life with more Vitamin C and E to help support their immune system and fewer calories, for the less active.

  • Why is James Wellbeloved right for my small dog or toy dog?

    We believe your small dog deserves the very best from nature, and from life. That’s why our small dog range has everything they need to eat well and live well. From cranberry extract, which we believe may help urinary issues more common in a small dog to green tea with its anti-bacterial properties that may help improve dental health in smaller mouths.

  • Why is James Wellbeloved right for large dogs?

    Big dogs need even more love. That’s why our range for large dogs gives them all of nature’s love. There’s more concentrated nutritional goodness packed into each of our kibbles, and as large dogs often eat too fast we have a special shape which slows down the rate of eating! We add Taurine to supports their harder-working hearts, while joints are cared for with glucosamine, chondroitin and herbs.

  • Why do you not mix proteins?

    Exclusion diets don’t work unless you know for certain that you’ve excluded ingredients you want your pet to avoid. Single source protein recipes are a good way to make sure.

  • How should feeding routines change during a dogs pregnancy?

    Gestation (pregnancy) in the dog lasts for around 9 weeks.

    Growing multiple puppies inside her then producing enough milk to feed them all for 5 to 8 weeks takes an enormous amount of energy. For the first 6 weeks of pregnancy, she will be OK with her normal food allowance but, in the last 3 weeks, she will need up to 30% more food than before she became pregnant and, when her milk production is at its peak in weeks 3 to 4, she will need up to 3.5 times her normal food supply. It is simply not possible for her to eat enough food to supply all the energy she needs to produce that milk so she also converts some of her body fat into extra energy and one would expect her to have lost up to 10% of her normal weight by the time the pups are weaned.

    Because of this, she needs to be in peak condition at mating. If she is underweight, the unborn puppies can be smaller and there will be a higher risk of mortality when they are born. If she is overweight, the unborn puppies can be too big which can make for difficult births.

    Because she needs so much energy but has a limited appetite, she needs a food with higher levels of energy than normal. Our Puppy and Large breed Junior foods are both designed to also meet the requirements of the lactating bitch and should be fed instead of the normal adult food from the 6th week of pregnancy. Using the puppy food also gives the puppies an introduction to their first solid food. Multiple meal-times allow the bitch to eat more and, in weeks 2 to 4 of lactation, it is a good idea to give her constant free access to food.

    In week 5 of lactation, you should start to gradually reduce her allowance so that, by the day of weaning, she should be getting only 1.4 to 1.5 times her pre-pregnancy allowance.

Cat FAQ's

  • Why is James Wellbeloved the best cat food for my cat?

    Our tasty, healthy recipes inspired by nature are made with simple ingredients making them the ideal choice for every cat. Our cat foods are all naturally hypoallergenic, ideal for all cats. With James Wellbeloved, you can be sure of a balanced diet that not only tastes good, but does them a world of good too.

  • Why is a natural diet a great choice for my cat?

    Inspired by nature, our wholesome, tasty recipes will keep your cat full of energy and loving life for years to come. And while you can feel good about giving them nature’s best, they’ll enjoy:

    • Feeling fuelled and energised
    • A gorgeous, glossy coat
    • Healthy, nourished skin
    • Support for the immune system
    • Settled tummies and firmer poops
    • Being at their best by being a healthy weight
  • What makes your cat foods naturally hypoallergenic?

    James Wellbeloved food is naturally hypo-allergenic which is not only great for everyday health and wellbeing but is less likely to cause an adverse food reaction in your cat. To make our naturally hypo-allergenic food, we exclude those ingredients which surveys suggest are more likely to cause food intolerances, such as:

    wheat, dairy, beef, pork, eggs, soya.

    We also only use a single source of animal protein in our recipes, and that includes the gravy and fat, which means in our Turkey recipes turkey is the only animal protein you will find.

  • What is an exclusion diet?

    An exclusion diet is one that excludes every other animal protein except for the one named on the bag and in our recipes the gravy and fat we use come from the same animal too. At James Wellbeloved although there is only one animal protein in each of our foods we give you a choice of Duck, fish ,Turkey or lamb so there is sure to be one to suit your pet.

  • Is James Wellbeloved suitable for an exclusion diet?

    Yes, our naturally inspired pet food recipes have absolutely no wheat, dairy, beef, pork, eggs or soya, the most common causes of food intolerances, and have a single source of animal protein. Our fat and gravy comes from the same animal too.

  • What does ‘single source’ protein mean?

    ‘Single source’ protein means that there’s only one animal protein in our dog food or cat food. If it says turkey, you’ll only ever get turkey and it’s the same for lamb or duck.  Even the gravy and fat comes from the same animal.

  • Is there a difference between allergies and food intolerance?

    Both dogs and cats can react badly to ingredients in their food, but only some are allergic reactions – In an allergic reaction the food triggers the body’s immune response system sometimes resulting in symptoms such as itchy skin and upset tummies.  But some dogs and cats can have adverse food reactions not caused by an immune response that can also lead to the same symptoms.

  • Does my cat have allergies and/or food intolerance?

    If your cat is showing one or all of the following signs and you have ruled out any other possible triggers such as fleas for example, they might be reacting to something in their food.

    • Itchy and irritated skin
    • An upset tummy
    • Behavioural changes

    Our naturally hypoallergenic cat food excludes ingredients that are known to cause food intolerances and will help them feel happy, healthy and full of life.

  • Can your food help if I have a fat cat?

    If your cat is a little on the heavy side, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Fortunately, James Wellbeloved light food is specially formulated if you have a fat adult cat. It contains around 85% of the calories of standard adult cat food.

  • How does your light food help with my cat’s weight?

    Compared to our Adult and Senior cat foods our Light cat food contains higher levels of protein and lower levels of fat to promote weight loss and lots of fibre to keep your cat feeling fuller for longer. Added taurine supports the heart, while glucosamine and chondroitin support the joints that are under more strain with fat cats.

  • Can James Wellbeloved help with keeping my cats teeth healthy?

    It’s important to keep your cats teeth clean and healthy.  The most effective way of reducing plaque and calculus is regularly brushing your cat’s teeth.  However because this is not always possible, and can sometimes be distressing for you and your cat we have created an oral health range.  The larger size of the kibble means the cat’s teeth pierce each biscuit and this helps mimic the action during tooth brushing.

  • Will my cat like James Wellbeloved?

    We put a lot of love into creating recipes your cat will love. Using only simple ingredients, and recipes inspired by nature our food has everything your cat needs – and nothing they don’t. Best of all, you can be sure they’re enjoying a naturally balanced diet that is delicious and satisfying and does them the world of good too. But don’t just take our word for it why not have a look at our lovely reviews and testimonials from many of our feline friends.

  • What is grain free cat food and is right for my cat?

    A lot of our cats simply enjoy a grain free diet but some cats that are sensitivities to cereals may need to eat a grain free diet to avoid the unpleasant symptoms of food intolerance. We have carefully crafted a range of meals that use a single animal protein combines with healthy vegetables. They are also naturally hypoallergenic and wholesome and tasty too.

  • Does your cat food contain any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives?

    We choose the finest quality ingredients inspired by nature with added vitamins and minerals. Each one has its own health benefits, as you’ll discover. What you won’t see, however, is any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Not now, not ever.

  • Can I feed my cat chocolate?

    No. While we might love it, chocolate in all forms is poisonous to our cats. In small amounts it can cause them to experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and restlessness but in larger amounts can cause them to experience abnormal heart rhythm, tremors, seizure and even death.

  • Is my cat lactose intolerant?

    Just like us humans can be lactose intolerant, so can our cats. After weaning milk is not necessary in a cat’s diet and their ability to digest lactose (the sugar in milk) reduces. Feeding your feline friend milk could result in them having an upset tummy and even sickness.

  • Can I switch my cat to James Wellbeloved dry cat food straightaway?

    Your cat’s digestive system isn’t as quick as yours at adapting when switching diets. So, to avoid them getting an upset tummy we recommend gradually introducing James Wellbeloved or any new food slowly over the course of 5-7 days.

    We suggest:

    25% new diet with 75% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    50% new diet with 50% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    75% new diet with 25% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    100% new diet

    Don’t forget you can still give them our wet dog food as well to add to their enjoyment.

  • Can I alternate freely between feeding my cat the turkey, lamb, duck or fish variants?

    Each of our cat food recipes is appealingly delicious in their own way and we’re confident your cat will love them all. Many cats can change their food without experiencing any form of tummy upset but if your dog is more sensitive we suggest you introduce new foods gradually over 3-5 days. If your cat suffers from food intolerance it may be best to stick with your cat’s favourite James Wellbeloved recipe!

  • How does homemade food compare to James Wellbeloved?

    James Wellbeloved food is complete and balanced and contains all the nutrients your pet needs to thrive. It has been carefully prepared and cooked in our own factory and then tested to ensure it is safe for your pet.

    Many owners feed table scraps but these shouldn’t exceed 5% of the pet’s daily calorie intake.

    When cooking your own pet food at home it’s important to be aware that care needs to be taken both in choosing and preparing the ingredients. A detailed knowledge of food science is needed, not everything that’s good for us can be tolerated by dogs and cats. Any nutrients that may be missing in the diet, calcium and phosphorus for example, will need to be added as a supplement. Food safety is another important consideration both during preparation and storage. Freezing is an excellent way to store home cooked food but care needs to be taken when getting it back to ambient temperature prior to serving.

     

  • Do I need to give my pet any other food besides James Wellbeloved?

    No. Our food is 100% complete and balanced, with everything they need and nothing they don’t. From delicious dry and wet meals to tasty treats they’ll love, the James Wellbeloved range keeps your four legged friends happy, healthy and full of life.

  • Does my cat need wet cat food as well as dry?

    Our dry cat food is complete and balanced and provides everything your cat needs to thrive. Our pouches made with either lamb or turkey and healthy vegetables can be fed either as a tasty topper or as a meal by themselves. Be sure to check the feeding guidelines and always have fresh drinking water available.

  • Do you make kitten food?

    Of course – we believe a naturally healthy diet should start as early as possible. Our kitten food is nutritionally balanced and is gentle on their developing digestion.

  • What makes your kitten food suitable for my kitten?

    Everything. We want the very best for your kitten. Kittens grow at 15 times the rate of human babies, so our kitten food has all the protein and nutrients they need, and our hypoallergenic recipes are gentle on their developing digestion.

  • When should I change my kitten food to cat food?

    Your cat should change over to adult food at around 12 months of age.

  • Why should I feed my older cat differently?

    The best cat food for older cats over 7 years is one that meets their nutritional needs. Our senior cat food has added glucosamine and chondroitin to support joints and taurine to support their heart. Lower phosphorus levels also help reduce the risk of kidney problems.

  • How should feeding routines change during a cat pregnancy?

    Growing multiple kittens inside her then producing enough milk to feed them all for 5 to 8 weeks takes an enormous amount of energy. By the last week of pregnancy, she needs up to 1½ times as much energy as before she became pregnant and, when her milk production is at its peak in weeks 3 to 4, she needs up to 3 times her normal energy supply. It is simply not possible for her to eat enough food to supply all the energy she needs to produce that milk so, from early in her 9-week pregnancy, she starts to build up extra reserves of body fat which she can then use to top up her energy from food during lactation.

    Because of this, she needs to be in peak condition at mating. If she is underweight, the unborn kittens can be smaller and there will be a higher risk of mortality when they are born. If she is overweight, the unborn kittens can be too big which can make for difficult births.

    From the first or second week of pregnancy, she needs unrestricted access to a high energy food, and we strongly recommend that she has one of our Kitten foods throughout pregnancy and lactation. Make sure there is always food in her dish and that she can always get to her dish. The Kitten foods are high in energy and formulated to meet all the mother’s mineral and vitamin requirements during this time. They also have the advantage of supplying the kittens with the correct food as they get close to weaning.

    When weaning is complete and the kittens are removed, the mother can be encouraged to stop producing milk by fasting her for a day then gradually building up to her normal allowance over the next few days.

  • Why do you not mix proteins?

    Exclusion diets don’t work unless you know for certain that you’ve excluded ingredients you want your pet to avoid. Single source protein recipes are a good way to make sure.

Ferret FAQ's

  • Why is James Wellbeloved the best ferret food for my ferret?

    Our tasty, healthy recipes are made with simple ingredients and full of nature’s goodness.  With James Wellbeloved, you can be sure of a naturally balanced diet for your ferret that not only tastes good, but does them the world of good too.

  • What is an exclusion diet?

    An exclusion diet is one that excludes every other animal protein except for the one named on the bag and in our recipes the gravy and fat we use come from the same animal too. At James Wellbeloved although there is only one animal protein in each of our foods we give you a choice of Duck, fish ,Turkey or lamb so there is sure to be one to suit your pet.

  • Is James Wellbeloved suitable for an exclusion diet?

    Yes, our naturally inspired pet food recipes have absolutely no wheat, dairy, beef, pork, eggs or soya, the most common causes of food intolerances, and have a single source of animal protein. Our fat and gravy comes from the same animal too.

  • What does ‘single source’ protein mean?

    ‘Single source’ protein means that there’s only one animal protein in our dog food or cat food. If it says turkey, you’ll only ever get turkey and it’s the same for lamb or duck.  Even the gravy and fat comes from the same animal.

  • Is there a difference between allergies and food intolerance?

    Both dogs and cats can react badly to ingredients in their food, but only some are allergic reactions – In an allergic reaction the food triggers the body’s immune response system sometimes resulting in symptoms such as itchy skin and upset tummies.  But some dogs and cats can have adverse food reactions not caused by an immune response that can also lead to the same symptoms.

  • Does your ferret food contain any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives?

    We choose the finest quality ingredients inspired by nature with added vitamins and minerals. Each one has its own health benefits, as you’ll discover. What you won’t see, however, is any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Not now, not ever.

  • Can I switch my ferret to James Wellbeloved ferret food straightaway?

    Your ferret’s digestive system isn’t as quick as yours at adapting when switching diets. So, when moving them on to our ferret food, we recommend that you gradually introduce it over 5 – 7 days.

    We suggest:

    25% new diet with 75% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    50% new diet with 50% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    75% new diet with 25% of the previous diet for 2 – 3 days

    100% new diet

    Mixing a little of the new James Wellbeloved ferret food in with your ferrets old food will help him get a taste for the new food. If this is the first time your ferret has had dry food you can moisten it with a little warm water but as free feeding is best for ferrets we would recommend feeding the food dry to ensure it is fresh and safe for your ferret each time he visits the bowl.

  • How does homemade food compare to James Wellbeloved?

    James Wellbeloved food is complete and balanced and contains all the nutrients your pet needs to thrive. It has been carefully prepared and cooked in our own factory and then tested to ensure it is safe for your pet.

    Many owners feed table scraps but these shouldn’t exceed 5% of the pet’s daily calorie intake.

    When cooking your own pet food at home it’s important to be aware that care needs to be taken both in choosing and preparing the ingredients. A detailed knowledge of food science is needed, not everything that’s good for us can be tolerated by dogs and cats. Any nutrients that may be missing in the diet, calcium and phosphorus for example, will need to be added as a supplement. Food safety is another important consideration both during preparation and storage. Freezing is an excellent way to store home cooked food but care needs to be taken when getting it back to ambient temperature prior to serving.

     

  • Do I need to give my pet any other food besides James Wellbeloved?

    No. Our food is 100% complete and balanced, with everything they need and nothing they don’t. From delicious dry and wet meals to tasty treats they’ll love, the James Wellbeloved range keeps your four legged friends happy, healthy and full of life.

  • Why do you not mix proteins?

    Exclusion diets don’t work unless you know for certain that you’ve excluded ingredients you want your pet to avoid. Single source protein recipes are a good way to make sure.