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Delightful growth for cat food
Tetra unveils brand new unbreakable aquarium heater range
Pet shop licensing scheme given the go-ahead
Product innovation drives growth in pet accessory sales
Pets at Home on target to launch 20-25 stores during year
Award-winning PitPat on Channel 5's Gadget Show
Pet Advent calendars more popular than Nativity ones
Webbox launches #DogsDinner Christmas campaign
Wagg supports Yorkshire Post’s Christmas Appeal for Support Dogs
Nutriment shortlisted for three major awards
Cat gets empty can of Whiskas stuck on his head
Pet food company launches scratch-and-sniff book for dogs
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Wellbeloved adds Senior Wet Pouches for dogs
Scottish Government launches consultation on electronic training collars
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Johnston & Jeff goes RolyPoly
Seasonal displays to drive wild bird care sales
PDSA saves dog's life after sausage binge
Fitzgeralds’ team effort gains silver in World Champs
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Webbox launches #DogsDinner Christmas campaign

Following its outstanding success last year, leading UK pet food brand Webbox has announced the launch of its #DogsDinner Christmas campaign 2015.

Webbox is appealing to the Great British public to nominate deserving dog shelters via Twitter and Facebook, to be in with the chance of securing a delivery of dogs Christmas dinners for them in-time for the festive season.

The manufacturer has pledged to deliver up to 1,000 free meals from its Natural Festive Dinner Tray range to shelters across the UK by the 25th December.

Julie Butcher, head of marketing at Webbox, comments: “Throughout November, we’re asking the nation to nominate dog shelters that they feel deserve to win these tasty festive dishes for their residents.

“Christmas is the perfect time of year to give something back to those less fortunate, and this year we want to help homeless dogs across the country.”

To nominate an animal shelter, simply tweet @WebboxPetFood or visit the Facebook page with your chosen charity and the reasons why they deserve to win, using the #DogsDinner.

The competition closes at midnight on Monday 30th November, when Webbox will select a number of the best entries and have the dinners delivered for Christmas.

Julie concludes: “Last year, we received so many fantastic photos of furry friends enjoying our free festive meals, and we are thrilled to be able to do it all again!

“We’ll be selecting dog shelters right across the UK, so get nominating now and make a homeless dog’s Christmas this year.”

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