win Ruffwear goodies and a Forthglade feast!
With the autumn fast approaching, we're giving one lucky winner the chance to get their paws on a weather-ready selection of goodies from our friends at Ruffwear - along with a month's worth of Forthglade food.
The Ruffwear Wind Sprinter™ Jacket (RRP £54.99) is an ultra-light, stowable windbreaker that is perfect for the changing weather conditions that adventures with our four-legged companions can bring. Durable, nylon ripstop fabric blocks blustery wind and a DWR finish repels light rain. Leg loops help keep the jacket in place and a fold-up storm collar provides extra weather protection. The leash portal on the back allows this jacket to be worn over most harnesses. When the sun returns, simply stuff the Wind Sprinter into its collar and continue your adventure.
The Ruffwear Hi & Light™ Harness (RRP £39.95) is a lightweight, low-profile adventure harness. The minimalist design has four points of adjustment for a sleek, comfortable fit down to size XXXS. It features an aluminium V-ring leash attachment point on the back, a debris-resistant liner, reflective trim for low-light visibility, and a light loop for attaching The Beacon™. Scaled to fit even the smallest canine companions, the Hi & Light Harness is a great option for any dog that enjoys exploring in a harness.
Our lucky winner will also receive a months worth of Devon-made, grain free Forthglade goodies. Aside from being tail-waggingly tasty, our grain free complete wet meals are easy to digest, and designed for even the most sensitive of tummies. Each tray contains 75% meat along with a selection of carbohydrate-rich vegetables, vitamins & minerals to give your four-legged friend the balanced diet they need to stay happy & healthy.
Our four-legged friends are often prone to suffering from the winter blues with the arrival of shorter days, darker evenings and colder weather. Make sure you know how to spot the symptoms and find out what you can do to prevent your dog from suffering with top tips from leading dog behaviourist Nick Jones. Click here to visit our Seasonal Affective Disorder campaign page.