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Brambles Pet & Wildlife puts animals first

Published: 26 October 2018
 

Brambles Pet & Wildlife (Brambles PAW) produce highly nutritious and palatable food for wildlife based on a scientific approach to nutrition. The company’s products are used and recommended by wildlife hospitals all over the UK, which love Brambles’ ethos of putting the welfare of animals first.

Brambles is also proud to be an approved supplier to the RSPB. Sales manager David Tracey has been quoted as saying “Members of the public are increasingly trying to help wildlife but are often confused as what to feed wild animals such as hedgehogs.

Being on the endangered list, hedgehogs need all the help they can get but feeding foods such as mealworms, peanuts, sunflower hearts, dried fruit, food with added sugar and fat levels above 15% are very harmful to hedgehogs and should be avoided”.

Stock up with Brambles wildlife foods and see your wildlife sales and profits increase. The company has had 100% availability since launch last year, despite seeing huge sales growth. Brambles products are available through Decco and all major pet wholesalers.

 

 

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