Rejecting the office tradition of Secret Santa, the team at Barking Heads clubbed together to create gift bags filled with toys and hand knitted blankets to supplement the food donation to “bring some Christmas joy to the residents and staff of the animal rehoming centre”.
The NAWT said it relies on donations and “struggles, particularly in the winter months” due to increased costs and animals in need.
Jackie De Friez, Watford Centre manager, said: “We’re so grateful to Pet Food UK for gifting us the delivery of Barking Heads.
“Food bills can be very expensive when you’re looking after so many animals, so two thousand meals will make such a difference to us. We are so grateful for the team’s generosity – and the extra gifts of toys and treats have really made our Christmas.”
Sarah Kaye, managing director of Pet Food UK added: “We are delighted to have been able to support such a wonderful charity which does a fantastic job finding the perfect home for the animals in their care.
“At Pet Food UK, our love of dogs goes beyond the product we make – they are the absolute core of our business. Doing something for animals who are still looking for the right family was something we passionately wanted to do this Christmas time.”