It's a question we hear time and again, “Can you mix dry food with raw?’ or “How can you replace raw food with dry?” We believe that feeding raw is a great option for your dog but doesn’t suit every owner or every dog. If you like the idea of raw principles, but are looking for a convenient alternative, cold pressed dog food is the next best thing. Tribal cold pressed dog food is packed with fresh ingredients that are cooked at low temperatures with minimal processing so you could feed it alongside or in place of raw food.
If you’ve been following along on our social accounts for the past few weeks we’ve been hinting about big changes coming to Tribal. We did a sneaky update of our social media branding and we’ve popped a few sneak peeks at the new packaging and now we can finally do the big reveal!
It can be really hard to try and take good photos of your dog, whether you’re using a phone camera, a point and shoot or a pro camera. All too often, you can't get your dog to pose right, or he moves just at the wrong moment and you end up with a blurry mess. That's why we've teamed up with dog photography expert Sandie Powner from Sandie Powner Photography to share her top tips to make sure you get GREAT photos EVERY TIME!
Emma Bearman recently changed her dog Alfie from another brand of cold pressed dog food onto Tribal TLC. Find out more about their experience...
Dog owners have been seeking a natural dog food that provides quality grain-free nutrition, is easy to serve and all at a reasonable price.
We recently posted about the benefits of including olive oil in your dog’s diet. If your dog is aged seven years or older, you should also consider including coconut oil in their diet as well. Research has shown that when added to the daily diet of dogs age 7 and older, a type of fat called “medium chain triglycerides” or “MCTs” promoted memory, attention and trainability.