Monday, 3 October 2016

Cuffleberry & Co. Dog Food Hamper! | Review


Hello all!

Just a quick little review for you today. Firstly, I'd like to apologise for the huge hiatus in posts; there was a storm here a few weeks ago, and it totally wiped out a major broadband line in our area. We, infuriatingly, have been left without wifi since then and BT are being totally unhelpful. We're hoping it will be fixed this week, but in case you've been wondering where we are... now you know!

Last month, the dogs were sent a lovely hamper full of Cuffleberry & Co. food to try out, and they absolutely loved it. Here's some info from their website:

We can guess what you’re thinking… Cuffleberry? Who’s he then? What’s that all about? To be honest, we just like the name. The fact that it happens to be a nickname for a particularly loveable, characterful and very special dog we once knew is by the by.
At Cuffleberry & Co, we’re all cat and dog lovers so we recognise and understand that special bond you have with your pets. It was our dream to create the best food we could possibly make…and we’ve done it – helping to make meal times a delight and a pleasure for both of you.
We’ve done it in our rural kitchens in the heart of England with a team of nutritionists and chefs who worked with our suppliers to carefully source and select superior ingredients. We also stirred in layers of succulent flavour and texture to ensure mouth-watering recipes that taste and smell as good as they look.
Not all pet food is made by the people who actually sell it, but Cuffleberry &Co is. With 50 years’ experience across the farming, meat and pet food businesses, we’ve learned a thing or two about what cats and dogs need to thrive. We make great pet food every day. And every time we make it, we take the best possible care of it …personally.
It’s “Deliciousness” in a bowl!

You can tell as soon as you open the food that it's good quality; it doesn't have that awful cat food smell that most wet foods do. 



We were sent the venison, beef and pork options, and the dogs thoroughly enjoyed all of them. Archie is super fussy and even he didn't turn his nose up, he wolfed down all the flavours and that for me makes a winner! As far as I'm aware, their food is grain and soya free, and contains only meat, fruit, vegetables and herbs. Our doggies loved it and I'm sure yours would too!

ChloƩ, Archie & Winnie



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