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WHY US
 Now that’s a very interesting question but very simple to explain.

Keeping in view today's fast paced lifestyle, we understand the lack of time on your part to look after the proper diet and cook a nourishing meal for your pet. Usually we feed him what we cook for ourselves, overlooking the fact that his needs are different than ours. Or we get him packaged food. But honestly do we also get packaged food for our kids in order to give them a balanced diet? No, we try to provide it by cooking at home as it is more hygienic, fresh, wholesome free from preservatives and chemicals.

 This is where we fit in to your question of WHY US

Because if you decide to cook all of his meals at home, you are taking full responsibility for all of your dogs nutritional requirements. You will need to consult your veterinarian or a nutritionist to be certain that your home-cooked meals are giving your dog everything he needs to stay healthy and happy. WOOF YUMS take care of that. All our Dietary Preparations are tailor made to cater Indian food by senior vets, who have more than 3 to 4 decades of experience in taking care of pets with love and affection.

WOOF YUMS are here with professional service to cater to your need of preparing wholesome, nutritionally balanced healthy meal for your pet.

WOOF YUMS is committed to serve fresh home cooked balanced meal twice a day for your four legged family member. WOOF YUMS - A sure shot way of knowing that everything that goes into your dogs mouth has health benefits.
Plans And Special Offers
WOOF YUM MEAL PLANS

Meal size Price
Small Rs. 60
Medium Rs. 70
Large Rs. 80
MONTHLY PACKAGES

Meal size Price
Small Rs. 57
Medium Rs. 67
Large Rs. 77
Tiffin Security – Rs. 500/-

SPECIAL OFFERS

No Tiffin Security
      01. Pay in advance and we will waive of tiffin security.
      02. Subscribe to a 3/6 month package and get a waiver on tiffin security.

Free consultation from a vet
      01. Be a regular with us for 3 months /6 months and get free consultation from a vet for your pet.
      02. Be a regular with us for a year and get two free consultations from a vet for your pet.

"Please make it clear that rates are for per tiffin and minimum 2 tiffins are required per day. Accordingly make the calculations while encashing for OFFERS."
HOW DO WE CATER?
» A well equipped clean and hygienic kitchen supported by expert staff.

» All meals are packed in clean containers.

» All our food is hand made in small batches.

» We use only fresh and high quality ingredients for preparing a wholesome meal for your pet.

» All the meals are cooked without any chemical preservatives or supplements.

» All our meals are planned keeping in mind the nutritional requirements, vegetarian and non vegetarian preferences of your pet.

» Our cooks arrive as early as 5 oclock in the morning so that the meal for your pet can be delivered at your doorstep well in time.

» All the meals are customized to suit individual requirements keeping in mind the age weight, activity level, breed. Special consideration for    aged, moms to be and lactating pets.

» We maintain a balance between providing veg and non veg needs of a pet.

» Supported by a sound delivery system, we deliver food twice a day (Early morning & Early evening).

» All meals are packed in clean and hygienic containers.

A Special offer for our regular members

Woof Yums offers 3 free visit to Vet for health check up of your pet.


IT MUST BE EXPENSIVE?

No, it is not. On the contrary, it is much more economical than what you would have thought. Since we are working on a larger scale, it cost us less.

We save you from the day today hassle for planning and arranging a nourishing well balanced meal for your pet, a meal which is as economical as cooking at home, a meal which is as good as being cooked at home. Because at Woof Yums we prepare meals with lots of love, as you would have, for your pet.

We also offer monthly packages at special rates.

" To know more about our services, sample menus, pricing, and other terms, go through our meal plan section or get in touch with us."
BRAIN BEHIND THIS
Jojo

After completing his Post Graduation in Public Relations and Advertising, he spent 25 years in the creative service industry. Winning accolades for innovative concepts and earning laurels in client servicing, is the brain behind this unique concept.
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The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by Woof Yums and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.
In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from consumption or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this service or information

The tiffin is for immediate consumption since it is prepared using fresh ingredients Reheating or keeping it for prolonged period without proper refrigeration some of the value might get lost.

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Interesting facts about dogs
  • At age one, dogs have the same level of physical development that humans have at age 15.
  • A typical dog has the same brain aptitude level as a toddler. Dogs can comprehend about 250 words and count up to 5. Most dogs have pink tongues, a sign of good health for its supply of blood vessels, nerves and tastebuds. The Chow Chow and the Shar Pei inherently have black tongues, but this has nothing to do with poor health.
  • Dogs are not colorblind. They are able to detect color in their vision, just not as vividly as humans.
  • The seeds of apples and pears should be kept away from dogs. Their composition includes arsenic, which could kill your dog.
  • Dogs have two times the amount of muscles in their ears than human. Studies have shown that obedient dogs live longer lives than pugnacious pugs.
  • 33 percent of dog owners admit to talking to their dog over the telephone, often leaving them messages on the answering machine
  • A typical dog has a mouthful of 42 permanent teeth, while the average human has 32
  • Dogs’ eyes contain a special membrane, called the tapetum lucidum, which allows them to see in the dark. That is why they don’t need night vision goggles A large breed dog’s resting heart beats between 60 and 100 times per minute, and a small dog breed’s heart beats between 100-140. Comparatively, a resting human heart beats 60-100 times per minute.
  • If your dog’s acting funny, get out the umbrella - 72% of dog owners believe their dog can detect when stormy weather is on the way.
  • A dog’s normal temperature is between 101 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Unlike humans who sweat everywhere, dogs only sweat through the pads of their feet.
  • Dogs’ noses secrete a thin layer of mucous that helps them absorb scent. They then lick their noses to sample the scent through their mouth - that explains why dog noses are so wet.
  • Dogs have fewer taste buds than people, and also occasionally react to certain tastes differently than humans. Dogs have about only 1,700 taste buds whereas humans have 9,000. Dogs don't detect salty and other flavors as keenly as people, but they also don't have as strong an urge to eat it in the first place when compared with humans.
  • This lack of desire for salt may be related to canines' carnivorous roots. Flesh, their basic wild dietary staple, is already packed full with salt, and because of that, dogs naturally don't yearn for it as much. Dogs sense of smell is approximately 1 million times stronger than that of any person. Not only can they pick up on the minor nuances of differing smells, they also can pick up on faint scents that are literally impossible for humans to take in.
  • Sound frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz). The higher the Hertz, the higher-pitched the sound. Dogs hear best at 8,000 Hz, while humans hear best at around 2,000 Hz.
  • Dogs’ ears are extremely expressive. It’s no wonder! There are more than a dozen separate muscles that control a dog’s ear movements.
  • Dogs curl up in a ball when they sleep due to an age-old instinct to keep themselves warm and protect their abdomen and vital organs from predators.
  • In addition to sweating through their paw pads, dogs pant to cool themselves off. A panting dog can take 300-400 breaths (compared to his regular 30-40) with very little effort.
  • Dogs chase their tails for a variety of reasons: curiosity, exercise, anxiety, predatory instinct or, they might have fleas! If your dog is chasing his tail excessively, talk with your It should be talk with your pet.
Dog Feeding Guide
Dog Feeding Guide

All recommended feeding amounts are in grams per day. Please ensure a supply of fresh drinking water at all times.

Puppy

Size type Expected adult body weight (kg) Daily serving (g)
Toy Small   2 mths 3 mths 4 mths 5 mths 6 mths 6 mths
2 50 60 60 60 55 Change to Adult or Small Breed Adult
5 95 110 115 115 110  
Medium Large 10 155 185 195 190 185  
17 215 265 285 285 210 Change to Junior
25 270 350 375 375 370 Change to Large Breed Junior
32 300 400 445 450 450  
40 355 475 525 530 530  
50 405 545 610 625    
60 500 605 685      
70 485 670        
90 580        


Puppies up to 3 weeks old

Initially, offer small amounts of food soaked to a mush with either warm water or milk.

Puppies over 3 weeks old

If feeding with milk, gradually replace with water. From 6 weeks slowly reduce liquid. Give small feeds and replace dampened kibble with fresh food.

Feed in at least two meals per day, splitting the daily allowance between the meals. Feed dry with separate bowl of water or moisten with warm water to bring out flavour. Store in cool dry place, keep closed between uses. Supply plenty of clean, fresh drinking water at all times. We recommend that feeding be supervised.

Junior

Size type Expected adult body weight (kg) Daily serving (g)
    6 mths 7 mths 8 mths 10mths 12 mths 14 mths 16 mths
Medium 10 195 185 175 160 Change to Adult
17 290 285 270 245      
Large 25 390 380 365 330 320 Change to Large Breed
32 445 435 415 380 365 Adult
40 555 545 530 500 460 460  


Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening.

Adult
Size type  Bodyweight (kg)  Daily serving (g) 
High activity  Normal activity  Low activity 
Toy  02-May 60-115  55-100  45-85 
Small  05-Oct 115-190  100-170  85-145 
Medium  Oct-15 190-255  170-225  145-195 
15-25  255-380  225-330  195-285 
Large  25-40  380-535  330-475  285-410 
40-55  535-680  475-600  410-520 
55-70  680-820  600-720  520-620 
70-90  820-985  720-870  620-750 


The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog.

Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening.

Senior
Size type  Bodyweight (kg)  Daily serving (g) 
Active  Normal 
Toy  02-May 50-105  45-90 
Small  05-Oct 105-175  90-150 
Medium  Oct-15 175-235  150-205 
Large  15-25  235-345  205-300 
25-40  345-495  300-425 
40-55  495-625  425-540 
55-70  625-750  540-650 
70-90  750-905  650-780 

The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog. Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening. Light

If you think your dog is overweight, it is always wise to speak to your vet before starting a weight reduction programme. Too rapid a loss can be bad for your dog so it is important to try and monitor the weekly weight loss.

♦  Our feeding guide is worked out for the average dog of the weight shown but your dog could differ substantially from average - requirements vary considerably between dogs. The predicted weight loss is based on a 40% reduction in calorie intake from the level necessary to maintain current weight.

As general advice, if weekly weight loss is less than that predicted, make a further 10% reduction in food. If weight loss is more than predicted, increase food intake by 10%.

Recommended food allowance to maintain existing weight  Recommended food allowance to promote sensible weight loss 
Bodyweight (kg)  Daily serving (g) (inactive dog)  Daily serving (g) (active dog)  Daily serving (g) (inactive dog)  Daily serving (g) (active dog)  Predicted weight loss per week 
2 46 53 28 32 40g 
5 91 105 55 63 100g 
10 153 177 92 106 200g 
20 257 297 154 178 0.4kg 
30 348 403 209 242 0.6kg 
40 321 500 259 300 0.8kg 
50 510 591 306 355 1.0kg 
60 585 678 351 407 1.2kg 
70 657 741 394 457 1.4kg 
90 793 918 476 551 1.8kg 


Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two or three meals.

No-cereal products
Size type  Bodyweight (kg)                      Daily serving (g) 
High activity  Normal activity  Low activity 
Toy  02-May 60-115  55-100  45-90 
Small  05-Oct 115-195  100-170  90-150 
Medium  Oct-15 195-265  170-235  150-200 
15-25  265-390  235-340  200-295 
Large  25-40  390-550  340-485  295-420 
40-55  550-700  485-615  420-535 
55-70  700-840  615-740  535-640 
70-90  840-1015  740-895  640-770 


The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog.

Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening.

Large Breed Junior
Expected adult bodyweight (kg)                                             Daily serving (g) 
3 mths  4 mths  5 mths  6 mths  8 mths  10 mths  12 mths  14 mths  16 mths  18 mths 
25 380 355 320 310
30 435 405 370 355
40 540 515 485 445 445
50 640 640 620 585 545 520
60 730 735 715 690 650 615 590
70 775 815 820 810 790 755 715 675
90 825 930 975 985 975 950 905 860 815 800


The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog.

Large Breed Adult
Bodyweight (kg)  Daily serving (g) 
High activity  Normal activity  Low activity 
25-35  360-460  315-405  270-350 
35-45  460-555  405-490  350-425 
45-55  555-645  490-570  425-490 
55-65  645-735  570-645  490-560 
65-75  735-815  645-720  560-620 
75-90  815-935  720-825  620-710 


The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog.

Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening.

Small Breed Adult
Bodyweight (kg)                          Daily serving (g) 
High activity  Normal activity  Low activity 
02-Apr 55-95  50-80  40-70 
04-Jun 95-125  80-110  70-95 
06-Aug 125-155  110-140  95-120 
08-Oct 155-185  140-165  120-140 


The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from dog to dog.

Feed in one meal per day or ideally divide into two meals, using 1/3 in morning and 2/3 in evening.
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TREAT ON STREET
This was one of the landmark event where animal lovers across 6 cities decided to Feed the Strays, Create Awareness about our homeless furry babies & most importantly, raise the issue of callous attitude of society at large on a single day!

City teams distributed AWBI circulars, put water bowls, made guardians to maintain the feeding points and Treated strays at sight with nourishing meal.
We take this opportunity to thank all who wished us, blessed us and stood by us.

Lets continue to spread love and compassion!!

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Treat on Street
Technical Workshop
2 Days WOrkshop on Pet Nutrition & Healthy Cooking for NGOs and Animal Shelters

Lets continue to spread love and compassion!!

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