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Finding information or scientific research to support a natural diet for dogs and cats, or a natural approach to health and wellbeing, can often be difficult to source quickly in the high pressure, fast paced vet clinic environment.   

The aim of this page is to provide vets with a collection of relevant articles on topics relating to natural nutrition, and caring for dogs and cats with a focus on health and wellbeing. The page also provides research summaries about natural diets, and other general information relevant to vets and vet nurses working in clinical practice.  

Veterinary Learning Portal (scroll down)

Scroll to the end of this page to read more below about how you can access our FREE self-paced interactive learning portals for veterinarians and vet nurses.


Topics include:

  • Hemp Drops

  • Insect protein diets

Natural diets for pets

Read more about scientific studies about natural diets for dogs and cats.


The benefits of high fat in  ZIWI for cats and dogs

ZIWI in the clinic

Tips and ideas of how ZIWI Peak can be used in the clinic environment

Is "grain free" kibble healthy?

Read more about the FDA's investigation into grain free dog food and DCM.

Good fats vs bad fats

What are good fats and bad fats for dogs and cats?

Venison as novel protein

High protein, lower in fat.  Read more about Venison as a novel protein.

The ZIWI cat

Read more about feeding cats, as obligate carnivores.

Research about fat tolerance in dogs

What is the research about fat tolerance in dogs?

Limited ingredient diets with ZIWI

Use of limited protein diets for elimination diets, allergies etc

Nutrition for the breeding bitch

Meeting the nutritional needs of the breeding and lactating bitch

Insect protein in pet food

Insect protein as a sustainable, nutritious protein source for pet food

Dental health

Bell & Bone dental sticks offer Australian, natural, functional

dental care

Online learning resources

Online self-learning portals for
Veterinarians and Vet nurses

Register by email to access our FREE online learning portals.   Learning is self paced, and access is flexible, online. 


Topics are relevant to veterinarians and vet nurses in clinical practice.

IMPORTANT FIRST STEP - you must register your details before you will gain access to the portals (click here to register).

Click the "signup" link on the top right hand corner of the page to register.  You MUST signup using your email address (clinic email preferred) before you will be able to obtain access to the portals.  

After you have registered, you will get access the learning portals.  Topics below.



Click on "signup" first, to register your email address.  

When you have registered, you will get access to Number 1's  online learning portal.

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Bell & Bone 

Dental sticks

More to come, watch this space!

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Insect protein  

Click on "signup" first, to register your email address. 

When you have registered, you will get access to Number 1's  online learning portal.

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More to come, watch this space!

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