Rescue dogs in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough have received an extra-special delivery from Autarky, just in time for Christmas.
Animal Helpline Dog Rescue, in Wansford, and Wellingborough Dog Welfare, in Northamptonshire, were each gifted 200 bags of Autarky’s Limited-Edition Festive Turkey & Potato diet, which is a naturally hypoallergenic turkey dinner, featuring a sprinkling of Christmassy cranberries, so the dogs can enjoy a festive feed.
Based in Northamptonshire, Autarky was delighted to give back to the local dog community and help give rescue dogs across the region a well-deserved Christmas treat.
All Autarky food is formulated by one of Britain’s leading canine nutritionists, which means that the rescue dogs are sure to have a hearty meal over the Christmas period as the food contains everything our canine friends need to keep active and healthy.
Sam Horrell, Dodson & Horrell CEO – which manufactures Autarky – says: “We are delighted to be able to donate a large quantity to local rescue dogs at a time of year that can be particularly tough for dog rehoming organisations. We hope that the feed will provide the dogs with plenty of well-deserved Christmas dinners over the festive period and beyond.”
Sue Broughton, one of the trustees at Animal Helpline Dog Rescue, says: “Having been around for 30 years, we’ve rehomed lots of dogs in the time we have been operating. We’re a team run completely by volunteers and having a donation of dog food means that it’s one less thing to worry about, but also that our dogs are receiving the nutrition they need. It’s so nice to see a big business spreading the Christmas cheer.”