Gluten Free Dog Food
Made specially to suit a dog’s natural diet, these gluten-free treats are full of flavour. Packed with goodness for the tummy, choose from a range of flavours to tempt your pet. Baked for crunch Yummy in My Tummy biscuits are always a tasty treat. While Cibau, Doggie Dabbas and Twistix offer more gluten-free goodness.
Now You Can Be A Glutton For Gluten-Free!
A modern discovery that the elimination of gluten, a protein found in particular grains like wheat, barley and rye, can be the solution to many chronic skin diseases in pets has led to the creation of the fabulous gluten-free diet. Gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease is a condition where the villi in the small intestine become damaged and are no longer able to absorb nutrients causing gastrointestinal problems. Dogs do develop gastrointestinal problems from improper digestion leading to skin irritation and other infections.
Domesticated pets struggle with a lot of health issues and digestion problems due to bad diets, bad breeding and the bad diets of their ancestors too! Picking the right kind of diet for your pet and discovering if they have any allergies is a process of trial, error and elimination. Many pet parents have found that their pet’s skin troubles have settled down after switching to a grain-free or a gluten-free diet. You need to find what best suits your pet. Buy gluten-free dog food online and discover a wide range of brands and flavours to choose from.
Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Are Not the Same!
Not all grains have gluten. Gluten-free food for dogs is food that does not contain the proteins found in particular grains. Grain-free dog food does not contain any grain and is appropriate for dogs with real allergies to grain. Most dogs do not need a grain-free or a gluten-free diet, but some symptoms to watch out for are itchiness, bald, patches, hair loss, inflamed skin and scabs. A complete food trial is necessary to see a marked difference in their overall health.
As with many things, a middle ground is always the best option. You can experiment with different brands of gluten-free or grain-free dog food. Buy online and you will find that you get great offers and combos for food and treats for your pooch.
There are so many exciting flavours of gluten-free treats for dogs that you won’t have to feel guilty that your pet is missing out on anything. You can buy treats and biscuits with delicious flavours and combinations of apple, banana, blueberry, peach, and avocado too! You can even buy a gluten-free chew bone which is vegetarian, high in protein and calcium and low fat to clean your doggy’s teeth.
Heads Up for Tails was set up by pet parents who understand how important it is to give your pet healthy dog food. This is why they have come up with several organic, preservative-free treats for your pet. If prefer to have your pet on a vegetarian dog food diet, these treats are ideal for you. If you are buying dog food India, you will easily be able to find the Heads Up for Tails dehydrated coconut chips (these are infused with turmeric), the dehydrated chicken liver treats (with turmeric) and the dehydrated carrot and banana treats. These are devoid of preservatives and delicious for pets!
We are also big on giving your pets unique products, this is why when you buy puppy collars online or training dog collars online, you should check for personalised varieties on Heads Up for Tails. We also offer personalisation on pet mats, dog food bowls and dog beds.
Besides lining our shelves with our own products, we have also scoured the international pet market to bring you the best of internationally renowned pet brands like Isle of Dogs, WildWash and Kong. We understand that when it comes to pets, a one-size-fits-all philosophy does not work, that is why we make sure that you have plenty of choices to see what works for your pet best!
Got a Question? Raise a Paw!
The gluten free dog food I just bought has grains in the ingredient list – why?
Gluten is present only in some varieties of cereals and grains. So, dog food that is gluten free may still contain grains that do not have gluten. Food that has been listed as ‘grain-free’ will also be gluten free.
Do all dogs have an intolerance to gluten?
No, not all dogs have an intolerance to gluten. So not all of them require a gluten-free diet. You can check with your vet on whether your pet has an intolerance to gluten. There are certain breeds like Irish Setters that are prone to gluten intolerance.
What are the signs of gluten intolerance?
Not being able to digest his food well over a prolonged period of time, growing weak, having a poor skin and coat and diarrhoea are common symptoms of gluten intolerance. But your vet is the best person to diagnose this condition. If your pet has an intolerance to gluten, then all you have to do is, put him or her on a diet that is free of gluten. There are plenty of diets for this available in the market today.Show Less