Brambles Pet and Wildlife have negotiated a deal to offer wildlife rehabilitators savings on Royal Canin Babydog milk which many carers use for feeding baby mammals.
The company will not make any profit from any milk that is purchased from the pet food manufacturer and the deal is strictly for wildlife carers only.
David Tracey, Brambles PAW sales manager, said: “This is a very busy time for wildlife hospitals who get lots of orphaned baby animals in at this time who wouldn’t survive without help from these amazing people. We’ve had a great response from wildlife hospitals especially the smaller ones who are self-funded and have very limited funds. They also love the fact that Brambles have negotiated this deal without making any money from it.”