Dogs Welcome project

in parnership with National Trust

©National Trust Images/John Millar

As dog lovers, we know how important it is to spend quality time enjoying the great outdoors with our canine companions, whether you're exploring the countryside, woodland or coast. This is why we're delighted to be supporting the National Trust in developing their 'Dogs Welcome' project, so that you and your dog can get even more out of the special places they care for.

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Together, over the course of our three-year partnership, we'll make sure you and your dog get the most out of woodlands, fields, parkland, and beaches that the National Trust look after. From improving dog-friendly trails to providing more waste bins and wash down areas, the National Trust will be taking several steps to make sure that you and your pup feel welcome. One of the ways we're working together is by launching our National Trust Gourmet range of wet food recipes, which will help your dog stay happy, healthy & full of energy on their outdoor adventures.

"We're so pleased to be supporting the wonderful work achieved by the National Trust and thrilled to have the Trust associated with our range of natural meals and treats for dogs, it really is an honour. We look forward to further bringing to life the National Trust's Dogs Welcome activity. The Trust provides so many incredible areas for walkers and dogs to enjoy together." Gerard Lovell, Forthglade Joint Managing Director

Funds from the co-branded range are expected to contribute at least £50,000 to the cause and will go directly towards ensuring that dogs and their owners can get even more joy from the countryside the National Trust care for. We'll also be launching a co-branded National Trust grain-free natural treat recipe, along with a cold-pressed dry food recipe. You may even be lucky enough to receive a free sample when you visit some National Trust places and dog-friendly holiday cottages.

We're also putting £150,000 towards the Dogs Welcome project, which aims to make the places the National Trust care for even more special for both dogs, and their owners as well as make sure you know exactly what to expect before visiting a National Trust place.

"With the launch of the Dogs Welcome project, we're excited to make the experience for dog walkers and their beloved companions even more special." Rachel Forsyth, Manager of the National Trust's Dogs Welcome project

For more information about the National Trust, and to find National Trust walks near you click here.

©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey