Your questions answered

On this page you’ll find answers to some commonly asked questions. If you can't find the information you're looking for, please contact us

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What are the benefits of using Nutreats for pets?

The advantages of the Nutreats 100% natural range of products for cats and dogs can be significant, enhancing your pet's normal diet and helping to support a healthy balance.

Nutritional support

Nutreats supplements can provide additional nutrients that may be lacking in your pet's daily diet, ensuring they receive a well-rounded intake of vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients.

Joint health

Many of our supplement formulations contain green-lipped mussel, glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM that support joint health in pets, often particularly helpful in older animals with joint issues.

Skin and coat health

Our Skin & Coat range of supplements contain omega-3 fatty acids, such as fish oil, which can support healthy skin and a shiny coat.

Digestive health

Our probiotic products can support a healthy gut flora balance, aiding in digestion and nutrient absorption. They may be beneficial for pets with digestive issues, sensitive stomachs, or those transitioning to new diets.

Immune system support

Many of the Nutreats supplement range can help boost your pet's immune system, enabling them to have a healthy immune response that will better defend against infections and illnesses.

Dental health

Our treats range is great for training and rewards, plus their robust freeze-dried structure means they can also support healthy gums and teeth in animals of any age.

Cognitive function

Nutreats supplements contain antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, such as those with green-lipped mussel, which have been studied for their potential to support brain health and cognitive function, particularly in senior pets.

Allergy management

Nutreats supplements are made from premium 100% natural ingredients. We don't use any artificial additives, fillers, grains, GM foods or sweeteners, which can often be a cause of allergic reaction.

How much is too much treating for my pet?

The recommended amount of Nutreats to feed your pet each day varies depending on their weight, but should not constitute more than 10% of your pet’s diet.

We recommend using treats to reward good behaviour, or as an occasional treat.  Check the back of the packs for more info. 

Are Nutreat treats and supplements made from real meat?

Yes, all Nutreat treats and supplements are made from 100% animal products

To find out more, visit our Ingredients page.

Are there artificial flavours or preservatives in your treats?

None of our treats contain artificial preservatives or flavours.

Can the Nutreats treats be broken down into smaller pieces that I can use when training?

Yes, you can break Nutreats treats into smaller parts by hand or cut carefully with a knife on a chopping board.

Be sure to follow our feeding guidelines and not exceed the recommended daily dose for your pet. Treats should make up no more that 10% of your pet's daily diet.

Can Joint & Skin support capsules be cut open to spread on my pet's normal food?

Yes, if you do not wish to dose your pet by hand, you can cut the capsule open and spreading it on your pet's food.

As the core ingredient is green-lipped mussel oil, which has a yummy fishy flavour and aroma, you pet will probably love this.

What is the best way to store Nutreats supplements and treats?

Always store your Nutreats product below 30°C and out of direct sunlight. Keep the product protected from moisture, heat and light once it has been opened.

To maintain freshness, please keep the product tightly sealed whenever not using and ensure you check the best before date.

Can I give my pet a mixture of products from the Nutreats range of supplements and treats?

The Nutreats range has been specially formulated from natural products that support pet health and wellbeing.

You can choose the treats and supplements you think will best support your pet's well-being. We recommend you consult your vet first. 

Can I give my pet Nutreats supplements if they are already taking veterinary prescribed medication?

If you have any concerns regarding giving additional supplements or treats to your pet, particularly if they are taking a veterinary prescribed medication or are on a specific feeding regime, you should always consult with your vet before giving your pet any new dietary supplement or training treat.

You should always refer to the instructions on the label which give guidance regarding dosage and allergy advice.