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Teaching commands through clicker training

Learn about the benefits of introducing clicker training and how simple it really is!
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Ziwi’s Newest Products Win Multiple Pet Industry Awards

Ziwi’s Newest Products Win Multiple Pet Industry Awards Ziwi, the New Zealand-based innovator and global leader in air-dried pet nutrition, has received multiple pet industry awards for new products launched in 2018. The entire Ziwi Peak Free-Range Chicken line, which includes both air-dried and canned wet recipes for cats and dogs, was named an Editors’ Choice Award winner by Pet Product News. Pet Business magazine honored Ziwi Peak Free-Range Chicken as a 2018 Industry Recognition Award recipient, naming it a standout product in the wet food category for dogs. Pet Age Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards declared the Air-Dried Chicken recipe...
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Kelp: Boost your dog, naturally!

We include kelp in all of our Ziwi Peak recipes. Kelp is a great source of bio-available nutrients including iodine and minerals, which not only help maintain a healthy metabolism but when used as a supplement can also help to eliminate fleas naturally and reduce skin itchiness.
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Making the Most of the Changing Seasons

Whether you live in the Southern Hemisphere or the Northern, the weather is probably undergoing a change as you head into summer (or winter). With their mild temperatures, autumn and spring provide lots of opportunities for outdoor fun with your furry friends. Read our top suggestions for making the most of these in between seasons:
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