Showing posts from February, 2018

Super Premium Puppy. Chicken & Rice. Why We Love It So Much.

This week we are taking a closer look at our Super Premium PUPPY Chicken and Rice Dog Food (15 kg £39.99). We love this product. When introducing any of our puppies onto a solid biscuit it is so important to lay the best foundation base possible. This food does it perfectly.

When a pup is weening on to a biscuit it is best to initially serve with the puppy milk.  This will swell the biscuit with the milk, you then can give them the correct weighed amount of food your dog requires.This ensures you are aware of how much is ‘filling’ your dog’s belly once digested.
As any dog owner knows by getting the above right and getting the best nutrient options right, (from the beginning), avoids any unnecessary belly upsets later especially, when moving to the next stage of adult dog foods.
THE FACTS – Our nutrients that will help your pup’s growth & development
★ Skin & Coat – It contains Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids, Zinc andBiotin to help maintain a healthy skin & coat ★ Immun…

Game to Eat! Field to Plate!

With the season coming-to-a-close we thought at Dog and Field HQ what better way to finish the season with our Sunday Roast Recipe. As always, we all know the importance of our game entering the food chain. Ingredients: 4 x Partridge Breasts  3 x Tablespoons of Cream Cheese2 x Finely Chopped Spring (green) Onions 1 x Pheasant 8 x Rasher of Bacon
1 x Savoy Cabbage (or a bag of your ready cut spring greens) 6 x Maris Piper Roast Potatoes Quartered (or as many as you want) 4 x Tablespoons of Goose Fat Black Pepper and Coarse Sea Salt Method: Preheat the oven to 170 C Take the partridge breast, sprinkle over the green onion and add a spoon of cream cheese to each breast and wrap in bacon. Then take your pheasant drizzle some olive oil on to breast and drape a few rashers of bacon over the top. As we know it keeps them moist while in the oven and tastes divine. Cook for 30 minutes to start so not over cooked. You can cook these together in the same roasting pan or separate, the choice is yours. Ke…