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Crufts is a winner for Forthglade

Crufts was a huge success, Devon-based Forthglade has claimed.

The pet food company gave over 3000 meals to pet owners for their dog’s to sample for dinner.

“Crufts certainly felt busier this year” said Gerard Lovell, Joint MD of Forthglade. “It was great to note a far higher level of awareness of both our brand and our reputation for using quality ingredients.

“Events such as Crufts always provide such a wonderful opportunity to meet dog owners and hear the positive effects that a natural Forthglade diet has on their pets – whether it be a glossier coat, improved behaviour or how an unwell dog has vastly improved in health.

“It’s been a great way to kick off this year’s event calendar as we’ve twenty more shows to attend this year”.

With PATS just a week away, Forthglade is busy preparing for the launch of an exciting addition to it’s range of natural foods for dogs.

“There’s a lot planned for Forthglade this coming year, the team has been very busy preparing for our latest product launch. We’ve taken our time to launch our newest range of meals to ensure the very best ingredients were included in the recipes and that the high nutritional benefits of these quality foods was retained during a very gentle cooking process” said Lovell.

A full list of all the shows that Forthglade will be attending throughout 2017 will be available this week at www.forthglade.com.


For more information visit www.forthglade.com

About Domonique Wilsher

Domonique Wilsher
A graduate with a degree in Journalism, Dom enjoys reading and perfecting her cupcake making skills. Please feel free to drop her an email for any potential news stories.

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