About The Canine Nutritionist

The Canine Nutritionist

My Story

My name is Gerald Pepin. I’m a qualified UK Canine Nutritionist, passionate about both dogs and their nutrition.

My quest to improve the health of man’s best friend began somewhat late in life when my dog Marco became ill with what turned out to be a diet-related illness.

It led me on a remarkable journey of discovery that saw me take responsibility for home-feeding and self-treating my dogs to give them the happiest, healthiest, longest life possible.

In so doing I took my knowledge and understanding of human fitness and nutrition and combined them with the study of canine nutrition to give me a deep understanding of what was best for my dogs.

Now I help dogs everywhere and I’m ready to help yours too!

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My Approach

As a UK Canine Nutritionist, I’m a great believer in healing dogs from the inside out. If your dog develops itchy skin, the last thing you should do is treat the itch with potentially harmful steroids. Mother Nature invariably provides more natural and gentle solutions to this and so many other canine health issues. Solutions which treat the cause of the problem rather than simply masking the symptom. Your dog is arguably the best, most loyal friend you are ever going to have. Transform the health of your dog and make that friendship last as long as you can!

Prevention is better than cure

The average pet parent spends more than £400 on their dog’s veterinary treatment every year. You could prevent most canine illnesses for a fraction of that!

Food matters to your dog’s health

Your dog’s health is more closely related to food than to anything else. You cannot expect a healthy dog if you don’t provide a healthy diet! Research suggests that up to 80% of visits to your dog’s vet could be avoided. That’s 80% less stress for your dog and 80% less expense for you!


While the advice offered by this website is well-intentioned, none of the information presented is intended as a substitute for veterinary treatment. (Read more).