Have you thought about giving your dog a real Christmas Dinner with our Turkey or three Bird Feast meals? Our complete foods offer everything your dog needs so no need to add anything.
Our last delivery day is 24th December 2019 so you need to order by 11am on the 23rd December 2019 to ensure a pre-Christmas delivery. Any orders made after 11am on the 23rd December will be delivered on January 7th.
We re-open on the 6th January 2020 when we will be taking orders to deliver on the 7th January 2020.
If you are struggling for space in your freezer remember you can store our food in your fridge for 3-4 days or keep the food in our packaging and store in the garage or similar chilly area for 2-3 days.
Take the stress away in the New Year sign up to Subscribe & Save delivery service which allows you to book exactly when you want your future deliveries yet offers great flexibility with choice of hampers and periods between deliveries.
The best bit is that you save 15% on EVERY hamper.
If you have any questions or special requirements you can give us a call or drop us an email.
Pets at Christmas – a few things to remember.
Christmas is an exciting time for everyone but spare a thought for your pets. Lots of people visiting, more noise and excitement from children, odd decorations and chilly weather; these all can make it a stressful time for your pets. Always make sure they have a quiet and safe area to retire too if it gets too much. Also don’t forget loud noises such as crackers can upset animals.
Something often forgotten is paw care. Make sure you wipe your dog or cat’s paws if they have been outside. Salt, grit, ice and antifreeze/window defroster need to be cleaned off.
Enjoy a tipple but make sure your pet doesn’t indulge. Alcohol is particularly toxic and can cause serious liver damage.
Do you have a real Christmas Tree or seasonal plants? Keep your pets away because even in small amounts some can be toxic. Never leave a candle unattended with a pet in the room and be careful with where you place baubles and decorations because they can be very tempting toys for cats and dogs!
Finally, never put anything edible under the Christmas Tree! Festive food is generally toxic to pets and you can only imagine the mess they would make searching and then eating the tasty treats.
We would like to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and a healthy Happy New Year.