In This Issue
Pet retail group Jollyes sold to private equity firm
New dates for PATS Sandown 2019 announced
HOWND hopes to raise $50,000 to bring innovative antimicrobial pet bowl to market
‘Full of Love and Pride’ recipes from Lily's Kitchen
Three weeks to go until Bring Your Dog To Work Day
UK owners unaware pets at risk, reveals new survey
Beaphar unveils new branding at Interzoo 2018
Think Parrots Show returns to Kempton Park Racecourse
Add your grooming business to online directory
PFMA responds to Defra’s Future Farming Consultation
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3 pet food suppliers are dominating the industry — but the competition is heating up
Vet’s Kitchen launches Puppy Pack to support new pet owners
Beaphar UK strengthens team with two new veterinary nurses
Pets at Home issues flea warning
Pet Groomers and Regulation: BIGA members are asked to have their say
Brambles negotiating on behalf of wildlife rescue centres
CSJ solves tiny appetite issue
Pet insurance claims are through the WOOF
The best of the previous Pet Trade Xtra
50 British exporters exhibit in strength and achieve great inroads into export markets at Interzoo 2018
Barking Heads and Meowing Heads reveal major makeovers
Natures Menu adds True Instinct Advisor Course to Portfolio
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Three weeks to go until Bring Your Dog To Work Day


With only three weeks to go, excitement is building up for the fifth annual Bring Your Dog To Work Day which takes place on Friday 22nd June.  Business sponsors and dog owners are signing up to take part Britain’s best day out for dogs.


Some of the UK’s best loved household brands have already come on board as official sponsors for Bring Your Dog To Work, which is this year raising money for the charity All Dogs Matter and other animal welfare organisations.


Sponsorship is £100 and then staff can donate a small amount to bring your dog in and post pawsome pictures in our ‘Dog with a Job’ Hall of Fame to win hundreds of pounds worth of prizes from the official sponsors.


There is still plenty time for sponsors to sign up and HOWND, the founders and organisers of this much loved annual charity day, welcomes businesses from across all industries.


Last year the event received sponsorship from a variety of businesses that included leading law firms, insurances companies, and public-sector organisations such as the fire brigade, the police and public transport, as well household pet brands, and are still hoping that large corporates will take part again this year.


Jo Amit, co-Founder of the multi-award winning pet care brand HOWND says: “Canine co-working is taking off and since Bring Your Dog to Work Day was established in 2014 we are witnessing an increased number of workplaces allowing staff to bring their dogs to into work.


'Taking a dog to the office can be very enriching for dogs as well as the staff and since its launch in 2014, Bring Your Dog To Work Day has grown immensely in popularity with a host of celebrities and organisations getting involved.”


This pupular day out always trends at number 1 on Twitter – it’s a great day out and our hall of fame on our website is packed with some pawsome pictures of dogs having a lovely time at work or at home with their owners. Make sure you sign up now, get your company to sponsor your workplace for only £100. All proceeds this year go to the dog rescue and rehoming charity All Dogs Matter. Any sponsoring businesses taking part that want to raise funds on the day for their own chosen animal welfare charities will be supported by the official social channels of Bring Your Dog to Work Day.


Some of the official sponsors signed up so far include: Cotswold Raw, Butternut Box, Henry Schein, Lily’s Kitchen, Natural Instinct, Natures Menu, Webbox, Natural, Trophy Pet Foods, Arden Grange, Nylabone, Mikki, Pet Remedy, Dog Buddy, Private Fly, Woof Advisor, Dogrobes, Friday Media Group, Buddies Pet Insurance, Doggy Cuppa, Barking Mad, Holiday Cottages and Canine Cottages.

twitter: @BringDog2WorkUK


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