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There's something naturally nutritious about ensuring botanical herbs form part of your dog's diet.

That way they get the full spectrum of nutrition and wellness from what they eat. Good food is the foundation of good health!


A wonder herb! A great phytonutrient if your dog is feeling a bit under the weather. Often recommended for healthy joints, mental agility and even bad breath. A natural anti-oxidant.


Excellent to help with digestion and maintaining happy stomachs.

Burdock Root

Dogs love the taste of burdock root. It is considered to be a blood cleanser and purifier and a tonic for the liver and kidneys.

Celery Seeds

It has a wide range of uses - it has been known to support the natural reduction of excess uric acid in the joints as well as having a calming effect on the digestive system. Supports renal health.

Chamomile Flowers

Well known for its calming and soothing effects. Chamomile can help to relieve anxiety and to help dogs settle at night.


Due to its high nutritional value it has been known to have a wide range of herbal benefits for maintaining optimal health, particularly with itchy skin.

Chicory Root

Has a beneficial effect on the gut's good bacteria and is used as a prebiotic to encourage beneficial bacteria. Also a good source of dietary fibre. Good for general dietary health.


A traditional cleanser of the liver and detoxifier of the lymphatic system. Cleavers is rich source of vitamin C and helps soothe dry skin and skin irritations.

Dandelion Root

The liver is the body's primary support organ of detoxification and dandelion helps support good liver function. This herb supports healthy function of all the organs as well as keeping a healthy balance of microbial gut flora.

Golden Rod

A very useful herb, which can help to keep urinary tract healthy as well as keeping the skin clear and healthy. Good for bladder and kidney health.


Rich in essential nutrients, especially iodine which can support regular thyroid function. Helps maintain optimum coat and skin condition as well as healthy gums.

Marigold Petals

Commonly used as an ointment, this herb taken internally can help cleanse and support all organs of the body, notably the skin. It was traditionally known as a 'comforter' of the heart and spirits.

Milk Thistle Seeds

Helps to eliminate toxins and maintain good liver health. It's full of antioxidants which help detoxify the liver for overall good health.


One of nature's best kept secrets! A valuable addition to the phytonutrient mix specifically as a nutritive and restorative tonic for overall health.

Passion Flowers

Helps to calm dogs who are nervous or anxious, we add the flowers to our Bedtime Biscuits to help with a restful night's sleep.


Well known as one of nature's richest sources of vitamin C it has been known to support the immune system - so helps with the absorption of essential minerals. Sometimes used as a natural support for joints.

Turmeric Spice

Known as the 'Golden Spice' it has been used for centuries and is shown to have to have a wide spectrum of health benefits. Turmeric aids digestion and helps support liver function and new blood cell production.