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Din Dins is launching!!

 

 

We officially launch Din Dins tomorrow (Thursday 27th October) with our range of natural food supplements for cats and dogs, made with wholefoods, herbs and superfoods.
Our supplements can be easily and quickly added to your day to day pet food and replace the natural enzymes, phytonutrients and trace vitamins and minerals that are removed during the processing of most packaged food.

And what do they do for your pet? As well as making them feel fit and fabulous, our supplements can also help with common problems like bad breath and allergies to more serious issues like kidney issues and bad joints. Check out our website www.dindins.co.uk
So what seems like a lifetime of long nights, juggling our day jobs and dealing with our fair share of curve balls, we’ve done it! We launch Din Dins in less than 24 hours and we reckon we deserved a bit of a party.
We’ll be celebrating with a few drinks, dear friends and family and some other fabulous people who have helped us a lot on the way.
Of course a Din Dins party wouldn’t be complete without a few dogs and at a good party no-one goes home without a goody bag. So the Din Dins team will be pulling together to bake some homemade biscuit (for our dog guests!!).

Our dog biscuits are Halloween “inspired” too. Here’s the recipe, they are so easy and healthy to make.
Pumpkin is high is potassium and sodium and has medium GI which means it has a slower release of energy. Pumpkin is also fantastic at warding off parasites – so keeps those ghouls are bay!


All you need is;

125g Organic Rye Flour or rice flour
2 Organic Eggs
100g Organic oats or millet flakes
100g Organic (if possible) pumpkin
100g Organic (if possible) milled flaxseed
2tbs Organic Sunflower Oil
What you do;

1.  Preheat oven to 180C
2.  Chop and slice pumpkin and boil until soft, drain and mash
3.  Mix together flour and oats in a large bowl with flaxseed
4.  Beat the eggs and add the oil then mix in to the dry ingredients and finally add the pumpkin.
5.  If the mix is too wet add some more flour, too dry add some water – looking for a ball of dough
6.  Lightly dust counter with flour and roll with a rolling pin until it is approx 5mm thick.
7.  Place on baking paper and on a baking sheet and bake for 15- 20 mins
8.  Remove from the oven and cut in to small bite size pieces whilst warm or use cutter shapes if you prefer.