Collaboration with Lily’s Kitchen
I love my dogs. Being a groomer that may be obvious but my own two pups are spoilt rotten. From luxury blankets to posh leather collars they are never short of a treat or two. When Lily’s Kitchen got in touch about their new birthday surprise gift box for dogs, Butty and I couldn’t wait to get our paws on them.
Lily’s Kitchen was born eight years ago as a way to clear up founder, Henrietta Morrison’s dog Lily’s chronic skin issues. Since the discovery that homemade, natural meals worked brilliantly in solving their dilemma the brand has gained thousands of customers, followers and friends along the way.
Lily’s Kitchen is now the UK’s fastest growing pet food brand and is providing a way to transform the lives of pets through natural, healthy, homemade food. I think that Lily’s Kitchen have been very clever in the market here, responding to the ever growing demand of dog accessories, treats, gourmet food and more, the birthday surprise gift box fits the gap perfectly.
The box itself contains a party-perfect meal for dogs made from cuts of steak, potatoes, broccoli an herbs. A goody bag of organic cheese and apple training biscuits and an adorable little birthday card for your favourite pooches birthday too.
It appears that children aren’t the only ones getting spoilt on their birthdays, with the trend of lavishing your furry friends a big hit, especially on the internet and with social media ruling everyone’s lives these days. Apparently up to 75% of pet owners now celebrate their pups special days.
With more and more of us cerebrating our dogs birthdays, the birthday surprise gift box by Lily’s Kitchen gives pup owners like you and I the chance to spoil them rotten in the best kind of way. With a healthy home made steak dinner, knowing that they are natural ingredients and great for their overall health.
If you want to treat your favourite furry friend to a special birthday treat you can buy the new gift box for RRP £9.95 directly from the Lily’s Kitchen website.
How do you spoil your pup?