Why Slurps?!

Why do pet foods have to be solid? Why can't pets have tasty drinks that are naturally low calorie and nutritious? Together with Ruby (our Executive Slurper), we developed Slurps. Here's just a few reasons why dogs lap them up...!

Tasty, low calorie hydration

Dogs should drink around 50ml water per kg body weight daily (double for working dogs) so a 25kg dog should have 1.25 litres daily from a combo of wet food and water. Many dogs just don't drink enough and, just like their owners, they enjoy a change from water now and again. When they lap up tasty, low calorie Slurps, you'll know they're hydrated.

Slows down eating and can help weight management

Dogs take longer to 'slurp' up their dinner when you add Slurps. If your dog needs to lose weight, try replacing some solid food with Slurps so they consume less overall calories.

Supports shiny coats and healthy joints

Slurps contain high levels of Omega 3's (EPA & DHA) compared to other pet foods. These help to keep your dog's coat and joints in tip-top condition.

Helps with fussy eaters/taking medicines

Sometimes dogs need a helping hand to eat up their food or take medicines. Adding Slurps can make things a lot tastier.

Simple, tasty & nutritious

Slurps come in beef, chicken and fish flavours and contain just four ingredients (water, a base stock, high Omega 3 fish oil and lecithin to mix the oil and water). They taste great and do your dog good!

& much more...

Everytime someone tries Slurps, they come up with new benefits. We'd love to hear your suggestions. Please contact us at thirsty@slurps4pets.co.uk

Meet the team

We're a small but perfectly formed team!
Susan

Susan

Chief Slurper

I've always loved dogs. When I was a toddler, my parents used to find me curled up with our beagle, Bonnie, in her bed. I'm a bit bigger now and I'd struggle to get into a dog bed so I've settled for looking to keep Ruby in the best of health for as long as possible.

Ruby

Ruby

Executive Slurper

Ruby (who arrived on a Tuesday!) joined us about two years ago after a very short stay at the RSPCA. Like most dogs, she has a good appetite but she draws the line on certain foods so we know we can trust her good taste!