In This Issue
IAMS® introduces Minis, the nutritious dog treats for healthy rewards
Councils fail to justify large fees for licensing pet shops
HOWND ready for Bring Your Dog To Work Day
Britain is NOT a nation of pet lovers, says welfare charity
Lettuce is dangerous for rabbits, says Pets Corner expert
PetSafe owners expands portfolio and buys Piddle Place
New Product Showcase will be bigger than ever at PATS
Hill's pet food recalled over animal illness fears
GA girls get covered in mud to help fight cancer
FELIWAY advertising campaign hits TV screens in July
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New ACANA Heritage Senior Dog Food
Simpsons Premium and Alpha Spirit now available from Pedigree Wholesale
New appointment at Grove Pet Foods
‘Fish ‘n’ Hips’ chewy treats fox spitters
Bents to partner with local RSPCA
Introducing the Zogoflex Display Unit
Skinner’s announce sponsorship of the Dog Arena at BBC Countryfile Live
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GA girls get covered in mud to help fight cancer

Twenty nine girls from GA Pet Food Partners powered their way through mud to raise money for Cancer Research.

The Pretty Muddy 5km race in Avenham Park, Preston on Saturday is part of GA’s charity committees 2016 commitment to raise money through partaking in local charity events.

As you can see from the before and after pictures … everyone was very much covered in mud apart from Billy the dog!

Amy Egglesden, GA’s Charity Chairwomen commented on how amazing Pretty Muddy was and what a fantastic day out enjoyed by all GA Girls taking part.

Next on the charity agenda is Tough Mudder in September where GA will be raising money for a Testicular Cancer Awareness and support charity.

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