In This Issue
Ensuring pet care packaging is sustainable
Vitalin’s new range includes eco-friendly packaging
Royal Canin introduces new look packaging to Breed range
PetSafe Brand firm acquires pet travel product business
Barking Heads picks up national dog-friendly award
Lily's Kitchen enhances its ethical credentials
Natures Menu receives food safety recognition
Veterinary reveal of new Indoor Rabbit Food met with positive reception
YuMOVE will sponsor ITV’s ‘For the Love of Dogs’
New Puppy School Welcome Box is a ‘RAWring’ success
Top prize for dog food company at rural business awards
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Dog dies after eating ‘treat’ bought from pet shop
Inspired Pet Nutrition appoints Group Operations Director
OATA AGM confirms Directors for the next year
CSJ launches CP All-Rounder – a kibble to suit all breeds
Westwood Vets opens new Garforth branch
Devon firm launches vegan-friendly dog treat
PawTrax launches 4th generation Halo GPS Cat Collar
Pet franchise invests in its future
The best of the previous Pet Trade Xtra
Innovative pet products wanted for new TV series
Unipet named winner of business award
Pet product entrepreneur wins national exporter award
Marion Stinton retires after 37 years in the pet trade
Shortlist announced for Pet Industry Federation Awards
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Barking Heads picks up national dog-friendly award


Pet food supplier Barking Heads has won a major honour in the 2018 DogFriendly Awards. The company picked the Large Employer Award with the commendation: “Great food, open and honest ingredients.“


Barking Heads was also described as being “a great place to work and very dog friendly.”



The Pet Shed in Brighton picked up the Best Pet Shop Award thanks to comments like: “Really lovely little & local pet shop. They go out of their way to provide a good service.“

Malton in North Yorkshire was voted Best Dog Friendly Town while The Dog House in London (below) won the Grooming Award.



The DogFriendly Awards, in association with the Kennel Club, are an opportunity to recognise and reward dog friendly places and pet businesses that go the extra mile for the benefit of the UK’s 9.4 million dogs


Winners and finalists were announced at the Awards ceremony at The ExCel Centre, London, on Saturday.


A full list of the winners can be viewed by clicking here

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