Fancy Winning £150 of Delicious, Natural Pet Food for Your Dog?

We’ve teamed up with Forthglade natural pet food from Devon, to offer one lucky person (and their dog!) the chance of winning £150 worth of Forthglade’s delicious grain free complete natural pet food.

In a recent survey, Forthglade found that 85% of UK dog owners were unsure of the ingredients in today’s dog food, so this fab giveaway celebrates the launch of #DumpTheJunk, a national campaign hoping to encourage dog owners to read pet food labels to become more aware of ingredients – and say ‘no to nasties’ that can be found in some of today’s pet foods.

Forthglade complete grain-free meals are made in Devon and packed with vitamins and minerals. The 100% natural recipes include 75% high quality meat, such as turkey, duck or lamb combined with tasty vegetables such as butternut squash and sweet potato – making them ideal for pets with sensitive tummies.

For your opportunity to win this tail-waggingly great prize, simply answer the following question:

Where in the UK do Forthglade make their delicious dinners for dogs?

1) Manchester
2) Devon
3) London

Comment below leaving your answer and email address hidden behind your username so we can get in touch with you.

By signing the UK’s first ever pet food pledge you can be in with a chance of winning more great prizes.

Learn more (and get a reminder for the question above) here: https://forthglade.com/dump-the-junk/

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Elizabeth Gilbert

Healthy food is good for everyone

Charles Thompson

Devon

kathleen cooper

i have a 10 year old yorkshire terrier and a 12 year old papillon.im sure both of them would enjoy trying this

Joanna

Would like to try before I buy

rachael

Devon

sam

Devon

Denise Griffiths

2- Devon – am trying out various foods for my new furbaby and love the idea of something natural for her

Louise

Forthglade are Devon based.

Gail Clement

My new rescue will only eat this food, hope I win

Valerie Perkins

Love this food, suits my dogs sensitive tum.