The UK pet treat market is abuzz with excitement as we introduce two new arrivals that are set to make tails wag and whiskers twitch. Get ready for a treat journey that takes you from the crystal clear waters of Iceland to the heart of Swedish tradition. In this blog, we'll unveil the exciting world of Gunni's pure fish treats and Hugo & Celine's natural Swedish meat wonders, now available for your UK pets.
Gunni's 100% Pure Fish Treats UK: A Taste of Iceland's Waters
Gunni's pure natural fish treats for dogs and cats are making their way to the UK this September, and we can hardly contain our excitement. No more "unidentified white fish" here—these are 100% pure, identified fish treats harvested from the pristine waters of Iceland's carefully managed fisheries. But what makes these treats truly unique for the UK market? It's the process. These treats aren't just dried; they're dried by volcanoes! Discover how geothermal heat works its magic to gently preserve the goodness of these delicious treats for your UK pets.
Hugo & Celine's Swedish Natural Dog Treats: A Culinary Delight for UK Pets
The taste adventure continues with Hugo & Celine's pure, natural Swedish meat treats now available for UK pets. With four delectable recipes on the way, your UK pet is in for a culinary delight. We'll explore what sets these Swedish meat treats apart and what makes them a must-try for your furry friend in the UK.
Join Us at the PATS Telford Show
Mark your calendar for October because we're gearing up for an exciting event—the PATS Telford Show! If you're in the UK pet trade, this is your chance to meet us and discover the latest trends in pet treats available for the UK market. Come and say hello; we'd love to see you there!
As we look forward to the arrival of Gunni's pure fish treats and Hugo & Celine's natural Swedish meat delights in the UK market, the world of natural dog treats and cat treats is getting tastier and more exciting than ever. Stay tuned for more updates, and don't forget to join us at the PATS Telford Show in October. Your furry friend's taste buds in the UK will thank you!