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Burgess Pet Care celebrates successful National Pet Show
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Cotswold RAW launches ‘3 birds in a bowl’ festive line
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Cotswold RAW launches ‘3 birds in a bowl’ festive line

Cotswold RAW has launched a ‘3 birds in a bowl’ festive line in time for Christmas with the dog food containing rabbit, venison and duck.


As one might expect from the raw dog food providers, there was never any chance that the’ festive’ period would be allowed to come and go without the creation of a flavoursome seasonal special for dogs.


Cotswold RAW founder Mark Lewis said: "We work tirelessly at our rural operation to ensure that none of our meals could ever be deemed timid, mundane or one-dimensional. 


"The phenomenal success of our recent Wild line, featuring ‘species appropriate’ proteins, Rabbit, Venison and Duck was a timely reminder that from time to time, discerning dogs appreciate recipes of a more involving nature (depth of flavours and textures, the addition of non-farmyard fayre).  


"Needless to say a three meat treat ensures that any resulting recipe is brimming with beneficial proteins, nutrients and essential amino acids."


Available from November 22 while stocks last.

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