The Mission:

    To improve the health and happiness
    of dogs all over Australia through
    enriched nutrition and continued education of caring dog owners!

    What is "Stay Loyal"?

    It's all about Staying Loyal to Your Dog. The best way you can repay your dog's loyalty is at feed time and with walks. It's up to you to do the walking but with feeding, Stay Loyal can help.

    "We Help You Improve Your Dog's Health, Increase Life Span and Better Your Relationship With Your Dog!"

    We do this first buy supplying you with a tasty, highly nutritious Grain Free dog food which is mostly meat, delivered to your door... We then equip you with valuable information in the form of an unconventional yet effective feeding guide and monthly dog care tips in our Dog Lovers Club.

    We were founded in 2012 by Robert Belobrajdic and David Korac. Although we haven't been trading long our experience in everything dog is extensive with Robert being around dogs all his life and a passionate breeder for over 20 years. Breeding both South African Boerboels and hunting dogs in that time. He also has learnt a lot about canine nutrition, from the trenches, and is about to finish writing a book on How to Heal Itchy Dog's Without Vets, Medicine or Supplements.

    David with Evolution Ike, a Boerboel from his breeding program.

    The Stay Loyal Grain Free Formula is a culmination of over 30 years' of trial and error experience with feeding dogs. Included in that time Roberts struggle with his Boerboels who suffered from food related skin problems.

    Plus the frustration of trying to find a quality Australian Made and Owned Grain Free dog food. The ingredients and ratios in Stay Loyal Grain Free Formula have been carefully selected by Robert and one of Australia's leading pet nutritionists Denis M'Gee.

    Stay Loyal's Philosophy on feeding your dog is very different to the way conventional dog food companies recommend you to feed your dog. Their feeding guideline booklet is designed to decrease food boredom, increase health and even life span of your dog. You can get their feeding guideline when you purchase Stay Loyal Grain Free Formula.

    Robert with Evolution Ike, a Boerboel from his breeding program.

    We also "Stay Loyal" to Australia, by using all Australian grown produce in our ingredients. An entirely Australian owned manufacturer and Australian owned distributor. This is important to us because many of the big dog food companies may make their food here, but are owned by companies overseas, so the profits do leave our shores. The money you spend with Stay Loyal Dog Food stays in Australia, helping our economy, jobs, schools, hospitals and much more. As a customer of "Stay Loyal" you are perceived as our most valuable asset so your feedback is very important to us. We love good feedback like the great testimonials we have been getting. However, we also want to know if anyone is having a less than wonderful experience with our company. We will really value ANY feedback from our customers that will help us change and grow to make everyone's experience with us wonderful.

    Stay Loyal is only a small operation at the moment so Robert and David do their best to personally answer every, and any question you have about dog care.

    You can email them at, or Call1300 30 70 57

    Finally, we would like to thank all our customers, we are extremely grateful for your business and hope you feel you are getting great value from our product and monthly newsletter.

    The Stay Loyal Team

    "Stay Loyal" is a way of life.
    As dog owners we are known to be loyal friends, husbands, wives and family members.
    So Stay Loyal!

    A brief History of Robert growing up with dogs.

    I have been around dog's all my life and many of my fondest memories are with these dogs. When I was two I had my first "big" experience with a dog. Although I have no recollection of the incident, my mom tells me I was bitten on the face by our German Shorthaired Pointer called Lordy. Knowing what I know today, I probably had done something to him for him to bite me. No obvious scars from that experience, physically or emotionally.

    That is not my hair, it's a fox skin made into a hat by my mother. My parents and I were fans of Daniel Boon (the old TV show). He wore a racoon skin hat similar to this fox hat. I'm about four years old in this photo, with a Hare my father must have shot and 3 Cocker Spaniel pups. I remember we kept one of these pups and he turned out a great little dog. His name was Csapo (Paw).

    This is my sister Erika and me at about the same time as the previous photo. This female Cocker Spanial's name was Lassie. My sister actually found her pregnant and after putting found signs around the area and no body replying to them, our parents agreed to let her stay.

    This is me at about 8 years old. This photo was taken with Anne and Peter Horseburgh of Tottehnam NSW, Their Father Alan owned the property my father often hunted on. The dog is Bimbo a dog we had until he died of old age. He came about after our Springer Spanial Female Pepsi was bred to a Whippet. Unfortunately for my father's breeding plans she got visited at night by a black Labrador that lived a few houses up the street. All his litter mates were black and looked more like Labradors than whippets. LOL.

    A reluctant photo while out hunting. I'm probably about 12 or 13 here. The dog is Brezza one of my father's German Wirehaired Pointers. She was a great dog that we put a lot of time into. The funny thing that I can remember about these dogs was that I had to feed them as part of my chores and it's so weird but I can remember that we fed them pal meaty bites mixed with a can of Chum dog food. Ok so that's not too weird but what is weird, is I can clearly remember, being left-handed, and really struggling every day with a right-handed can opener to open two cans of Chum!

    This is me at about 16 years old. The dog is Sergio, a pure Staffordshire Bullterrier and the first dog that I went out and bought for myself. Sergio to date is my favourite dog I have ever owned.

    This is my brother Cory and Sergio playing ball. I love this photo because it has my two favourites together. I lost Sergio when he was about 4 years old. It was quite devastating and I don't think I will ever be that close to another dog again.

    This is Six, the female Boerboel that had itchy skin problems. She helped me understand the importance of correct Canine Nutrition, regarding itchy skin dogs. In case you are wondering, she was called Six because she was born with six toes on her back left foot..

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