Award winning pet accessory company, Dogrobes is to supply their range of dog drying coats to The Fife Arms in Braemar.
The Fife Arms is a Victorian coaching inn that is located in the historic Scottish village of Braemar amidst the landscape of the Cairngorms National Park and provides “luxury first class hotel” accommodation for visitors and their dogs.
The building displays many of the traditional architectural characteristics of the area and was remodelled by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie, an architect of national repute whose fame
grew after royal patronage during the Victorian period.
Margaret Reynolds, owner of Dogrobes said: “We are very proud that we’re made in Britain. We have one large manufacturer and two other smaller manufacturers who are all based in Scotland. We also use a team of talented and up and coming designers to design our Exclusive Collection.”
Federica Bertolini, general manager of the Fife Arms, added: “Araminta our tweed and tartan designer introduced the dog robes to the Fife Arms. We had to have them immediately, made in Scotland, stylish and very useful just what we like to sell in our shop.”
Dogrobes also won a contract to supply the UK arm of Orvis, an American family-owned retail and mail-order business specialising in high end fly fishing, hunting and sporting goods as well as pet accessories and treats for dogs and IMS, a leading wholesaler to the veterinary profession.