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Win a dog friendly break with Vet's Kitchen and Dog Friendly

If you need something to look forward to in these dark, drab January days, consider a break with your dog, Vet's Kitchen and Dog Friendly would love to help you get away from it all with your four legged friend:

 

WIN A DOG FRIENDLY BREAK WITH VET’S KITCHEN!

TV Vet Joe Inglis’ natural veterinary pet food brand, VET’S KITCHEN (www.vetskitchen.co.uk) has joined forces with UK website Dog Friendly (www.dogfriendly.co.uk) to produce their first exclusive on pack consumer promotion. Dog Friendly maintains the UK’s largest database of places to stay and visit that welcome dog owners and their pets.

The promotion, starting at the beginning of February 2012, offers customers the chance to win hundreds of prizes including a luxury dog-friendly cottage holiday, £200 vouchers towards dog-friendly cottage short breaks, Dog Friendly holiday guide books, dog toys, a consultation with leading canine behaviourist, Jez Rose and the chance to sign up for free membership to Dog Friendly worth £5.99.

Vet’s Kitchen’s MD, Joe Inglis, said: “As well as being passionate about feeding natural, high quality foods to our pets, I also believe that they should be treated as a member of the family - and being able to take them with you on holiday can only add to the enjoyment of dog ownership. By running this promotion with Dog Friendly, I hope we will encourage more dog owners to take their dogs on holiday with the family.”

Customers should look out for promotional bags of Vet’s Kitchen natural dog food bearing eye-catching on pack stickers which will be available in over 1700 UK retail outlets including Asda, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and independents.  Each promotional bag will contain a special card with a unique code which customers enter online at www.dogfriendly.co.uk/vetskitchen. The campaign is forecast to run for up to six months.

 

About Vet’s Kitchen:
Vet’s Kitchen is a range of natural veterinary recipes specifically formulated to play a pro-active role in a pet’s long term health and wellbeing. All Vet’s Kitchen recipes have been personally developed and tested by qualified veterinary surgeon, Joe Inglis, and are made in the UK using high quality human-grade ingredients with no preservatives, artificial colours or flavours. All products are hypo-allergenic and contain no wheat, beef, dairy or soya, making them ideal for dogs with food allergies and intolerances. The range comprises complete, concentrated dry food recipes for dogs and cats and three innovative Active Sauces supplements which target common health issues in dogs such as joint stiffness (Active Joints), itchy skin and dull coats (Healthy Skin) and digestive problems (Healthy Digestion).

Visit www.vetskitchen.co.uk for more product information or follow Vet’s Kitchen on Twitter @Vets_Kitchen or on Facebook Vet's Kitchen - Naturally Healthy Pets.

About Dog Friendly
Dog Friendly was set up in 2003 by husband and wife team, Steve and Linda Bennett, after they had found it nearly impossible to find somewhere to go on holiday with their three rescue dogs. It is now the UK’s largest database offering more than 20,000 registered dog friendly venues where dogs are as welcome as their owners. Detailed information helps dog owners make an informed decision on where to book.  Dog Friendly also publishes three books a year, a quarterly magazine and an Apple App. Visit www.dogfriendly.co.uk for more information.

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