caring for the planet as well as our dogs
We’re committed to (slightly obsessed) with reducing the environmental impact of our products as much as possible. As a business we are super conscious of the footprint we leave on the earth, and as such a key part of developing our product range has been designing and developing all of the packaging materials to be completely sustainable. Yeah there were quicker, easier and undoubtably more lucrative ways for us to do things but we passionately believe that companies like us all need to step up and make the effort. In this day and age there really is no excuse to continue down our destructive, wasteful way of consumerism when alternatives are available if you care enough to seek them out. We are proud to have committed to the following.
100% Compostable packaging
Everything we use is totally, properly compostable. the specially developed pouches we use to pack all of our treats & supplements in are produced from sustainably sourced paper with a 100% plastic free (you wouldn’t believe it from looking at it but it is!) lining. You can recycle it with the rest of the paper stream or simply pop it in your compost.
Card made from agricultural waste
The card used on our supplement sleeves is pretty darn clever if we do say so ourselves. It’s produced from waste agricultural material (leaves, stems) using 100% green energy, so you’ll notice a unique texture and distinctive appearance when our beautiful designs are printed onto it. As per everything else It’s totally compostable, it’s just leaves after all!
low food miles
We use only British meat for welfare and traceability reasons, but this also has the benefit of significantly lower food miles than that of a lot of the treats on the market (often sourced from the far east, or eastern europe).
and sustainably caught fish
We’re proud to say that our fish croutons are one of the only fish treats on the UK market to carry the MSC logo. Assuring transparent third party monitoring of the sustainable fishing practises that went into sourcing the ingredients.