When Petshop.co.uk got in touch and offered to send the dogs some food and treats of course they said yes (I had to ask them of course, but I should have known the answer, they never say no to treats). I let them know the type of food that they eat and they kindly sent out a little bundle of goodies for them to try.
Petshop.co.uk is a British Start up online pet supplies store. They offer a range of food, treats and toys for dogs, as well as covering cat, fish, birds and other domestic pets. If you’ve got a house which resembles more of a petting zoo (which my house did growing up), with lots of different animals under one roof – this is a website worth checking out as a one stop shop to replenish your pets food. One of the really good things about the site is that you can subscribe to their Bottomless Bowl service, choosing how often you want the food to arrive, which gives you free delivery – and you never have to worry about running out of food again.
The first thing I was really happy for them to see was the Dentalife Dog Treats – we’ve struggled for years to find some treats that Dexter would eat that were also good for oral health. We tried Dentalife, which is new over the past few months and finally our prayers have been answered with it, these aren’t the menthol flavoured treats that our dogs normally turn their nose up, bury in the garden as far away as possible so they don’t have to eat them. When given Dentalife they run to opposite corners of the house or garden and gobble up their stick in peace, so they’ll be very excited to be given these sometime soon.
Next up they sent over a pack of Catch Dog Treats, a brand I hadn’t heard of before, these natural dog treats, are made from freshly caught fish from the Atlantic – they’re also grain free. I’m sure the dogs are going to love these, I always tend to avoid fishy treats as it gives them terrible breath (and after fish they always like to thank us by sitting as close to your head as they can physically get), but these don’t actually smell too strong. We received the Salmon and Cornish Sprat flavours, and these biscuitty treats are already going down a storm with the two of them.
Last up was a bag of dog biscuits, I said when I sent over information about their diet that we try to keep their diets grain free, as Dexter especially is very effected by grain and makes him quite hyper (it’s like E numbers for dogs). They sent over some Huntland British Turkey, with Garden Vegetables and Cranberry, which like the treats is a grain free dog food. I was a bit nervous about this as again,
the dogs Dexter can be very fussy when it comes to biscuits but I need not have worried, the dogs have happily been gobbling this down. I’ve actually taken this bag to my Mum and Dad’s house where we stay quite frequently with them, as usually they’re too busy exploring their garden (trying to sniff out their cats), to care about eating. They seem to love this food, so hopefully this will entice them to not skip a meal whilst there
– it’s worked once over the weekend, so fingers crossed it will again. This is available on their Bottomless Bowl repeat subscription dog food service.
I think we may be signing up to the bottomless bowl service in future, I’m fed up of running out of food for the two of them and having to make a mad dash to the supermarket to pick up a terrible alternative of food for them until we can go and pick up their regular food at the weekend when the shop is open. The delivery was really quick from them, expecting delivery on Monday, it arrived the Friday before I was expecting it to.
What do your dogs like to gobble down on?
Post contains gifted PR items in exchange for an honest review, Dexter and Charlie remain unbiased.