TV chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Nigel Slater are helping us to think more about where our food comes from, which can only be a good thing.
But how many of us pay such attention to what man’s best friend is chowing down on?
A healthy diet is just as important for our canines as it is for us.
Naturo dog foods offer high quality puppy and adult dog food made with 100 per cent
News Shopper has teamed up with Naturo to give away starter pack hampers worth £50 to 10 competition winners.
Naturo contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservative and they have 60 per cent eat content from British and Irish sources, so you can rest assured your hound will be full of goodness.
Whether your dog prefers wet or dry food, the packs are enriched with essential vitamins, minerals and Omega-3 and Omega-6 oils to keep joints healthy and coats glossy.
You can pick up Naturo from Tesco, or go to naturopetfoods.com or facebook.com/naturopetfood for more information.
To be in with a chance of winning one of 10 Naturo starter hampers worth £50, all you have to do is answer the following question:
What are Naturo pet products made of?
A) Artificial flavourings
B) 100 per cent natural ingredients
C) Unhealthy, fatty foods
Text your answer to 80360, starting your message with NSNATURO, leave a space and then put your answer, name, number, email and address.
Or send your entry with your name, address and contact phone number on a postcard or a stuck-down envelope to: Naturo Competition, News Shopper, Mega House, Crest View Drive, Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1BT. Closing date: May 23.
Terms & conditions: Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Lines close May 22, at 11.59pm. For full terms, go to newsquest.co.uk/terms
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