News & press
Posted on: February 19 2018
An interview between dog blogger Twighlight Bark and our founder Fatima Maktari. Talking all things dog nutrition including grain free cold pressed and raw dog food. Find out more here:
Posted on: November 09 2017
What happens to dry dog food when it hits a dog’s stomach? The answer is that most dry dog food just swells up in the tummy, leaving your four-legged friend bloated but lacking energy. New Tribal TLC is a cold pressed dog food and cooked at lower temperatures. This means it dissolves gently when it reaches the stomach, creating a paste that is easily absorbed through the gut.
Posted on: November 02 2017
Bonfire night is fun for us but can stress our pets. Even with all the coverage in the media, it’s still a good idea to spread the word to dog owners to about how to help their dogs avoid the Bonfire Night Blues. It’s a great idea to provide a quiet place for pets during the evening, away from the bangs and flashes. Choose a room that has good ventilation and which can ideally be kept dark. Stress can cause dogs to dehydrate so they also need access to plenty of water. A soothing blanket, bed or toy can also help. It may help lower stress levels to have some Tribal Liver and Lavender treats to offer as reassurance.
Posted on: November 01 2017
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. The answer, launched today is Tribal TLC, the first truly cool food for dogs – prepared at a lower Celsius than any other cold pressed dog food – then enhanced with herbs for extra taste and well-being. The cool figure here is 95°C, the ideal temperature to both protect and preserve natural nutrients, so each cold pressed nugget delivers the perfect natural nutritional mix to your dog
You can find out more here.
Posted on: September 01 2015
Sixty Surfers Plus.co.uk - September Issue. Feed Your Dog With A Clear Conscience.
Tribal Pet Foods based in London sets a new precedent with its labelling, ensuring the utmost transparency and clear nutritional information for dog owners.
We're a nation of animal lovers and want to make the best choices for our pets, but confusing labelling and illegible lists of ingredients can lead to unwittingly feeding treats that are overly processed and unhealthy. A study revelaed that despite over 30% of consumers thinking they 'always read nutritional facts' on packaging of their own food, such as the total calories content, in fact only 9% actually did.
Because our pets rely on their...
- Talking All Things Dog Nutrition
- Banish Bloating
- Bonfire Night Blues
- INTRODUCING: The coolest new dog food on the market
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