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Dog blog seeks knowledge owners to share experience

Dog blog seeks knowledge owners to share experience

25th May 2012

Betty Miller, the Northamptonshire based natural dog food and treats brand, is looking to connect with dog lovers who'd like to share their personal experience of caring for dogs.

Ken Harper of Natural Bakery Ltd, the company behind the Betty Miller brand explained, "In the press, we tend to hear lots of negative reports about dog ownership but fewer positive stories. That's a shame because there's a wealth of expertise out there among ordinary families who have brought up happy, healthy dogs. We think it would be great to share their experiences and pass on good practice to others."

 A dog blog has been set up on the Betty Miller website to do just that. If you'd like to pass on tips about how you look after your four-legged friend, then get in touch with Caron Lindley, who looks after the Betty Miller website. You can email Caron on caron@aptitude.me.uk    or you can contact us on facebook: www.facebook.com/bettymillerpetfoods

About Betty Miller

Betty Miller produces natural healthy oven baked dog food and treats, free from added sugar, preservatives and colourings.  You can buy Betty Miller products from stockists throughout the UK. Locate your nearest retail store on the website or buy from the on-line shop. See  www.bettymiller.com for details. 

 "I have tried all the designer dog foods and want to tell all dog owners that my dog Cleo prefers Betty Millers over all the others. I give her a mix of the lamb and chicken." Leonard Neumann

 

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