Ed Sheeran feeds his dog ''super-food''.

The 'A Team' singer has a Labrador Retriever called Spinee and Ed likes to pamper his pooch and has started giving him vitamin-enriched supplements.

The 22-year-old musician adds ''probiotic'' supplements to his meals which are packed with ''super-foods'' such as bilberries, cranberries and flaxseed from Din Dins - a new organic nutrition range for pets.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''People in LA treat their pets like royalty and the trend is finally catching on over here. Ed adores Spinee, and makes sure he is looked after, inside and out.''

Din Dins supplements have many benefits for dog owners as they also minimise bad breath and wind, meaning Spinee won't stink when Ed has his friends round.

The supplement costs £13 a pot, while the range has other products which can cost up to £23 for owners who want their pets to be healthy.

But Ed can easily afford to buy his dog the best as he earned £1.3 million in the last year.

The singer - who shot to fame in 2011 with his hit album '+' - has made more than £2.3 million from his business Ed Sheeran Limited since 2011, including profits of £166,345 within the past 12 months, according to documents filed at the UK's Companies House.