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  • “We made the decision to use Tetra Pak to reduce our environmental impact, and also to make it easier for our retailers to sell our range to our growing customer base and improve their DPC."
  • New Product Launch: Be:Loved

    17 Dec 2019 Carina Evans
    "Our new brand – Be:Loved - allows us to strengthen our portfolio and emphasise our commitment to the pet care sector, naturally. We have an ambitious range of giftable and practical kennel sprays, pa ...
  • WildWash Best Ever Nose Balm

    17 Dec 2019 Jane Cooper
    We can’t wait to launch our WildWash Best Ever Nose Balm!   It is the perfect SOS for dry noses. It will moisturise and soothe with its combination of Coconut and Almond Oil and will protect from the ...
  •   After noticing there was a gap in the market for eco-friendly dog treats and products, father and son team Liam and Mark Goodwin came together to create a plastic-free dog brand – Goodchap’s. After ...
  • It’s not often a new wholesaler launches into the UK Pet Food market but that’s exactly what’s going to be happening at PATS Sandown with the launch of We.pet Independent Pet Wholesale We.pet are fier ...
  • PATS Sandown is the place for pet retailers to see a host of new and international exhibitors as well as the industry’s big-name brands, all of which will be showcasing their 2020 launches over two ac ...
  • Following a hugely successful show at Telford last month, PATS Sandown on 9-10 February 2020 looks set to be another must-visit event for pet retailers and buyers. Bookings for the Sandown Park showpi ...
  • The number of visitors attending the two-day PATS Telford show has broken the 2,000 mark for a fifth successive year. A total of 2,103 visitors went through the doors at the impressive Telford Interna ...
  • PATS has proved itself once again to be the top trade show for the UK pet industry with yet another successful two-day exhibition. Visitors and exhibitors alike were delighted by the busy and friendly ...