Will it be puppy love this Valentine’s Day? Ann Evans discovers ‘Be My Valentine’ trays for dogs.
If you’re a dog lover, every day is a day to show your dog that you love them. And in their own sweet ways, they usually return that love. Even if it is with a slobbery, wet kiss, or fetching their muddiest toy to drop in your lap.
Especially for Valentine’s Lily’s Kitchen, the award-winning creator of proper food for pets, has launched a limited-edition ‘Be My Valentine’ tray for dogs, so that pet parents and pups can have a romantic meal for two this Valentine’s Day.
And to help share the love this Valentine’s Day, Lily’s will be donating the full sales price of the trays sold on their website to Dogs Trust, so that every pup feels the love.
Available through February, this limited-edition recipe is the ultimate surf and turf meal for four-legged friends. Lovingly made with fresh ingredients, pups can expect to tuck into succulent chunks of freshly prepared beef and responsibly sourced salmon with prawns. The romantic dish is also packed with nourishing greens to give your dog a healthy boost, with asparagus and peas stirred throughout.
As always with Lily’s Kitchen recipes, Be My Valentine is nutritionally complete, containing a blend of natural botanicals and herbs – giving dogs all the energy they need for hugs and kisses this Valentine’s Day.
Lily’s Kitchen was founded in London in 2009, by Henrietta Morrison who set out to feed her beloved dog, Lily, food she could trust. Lily’s Kitchen is now the No1 Brand in premium natural pet food1, still focusing on the mission to inspire pet parents to feed their four-legged friends natural, proper food for pets. This dedication has won them a number of awards including, in 2019, a Royal Warrant by HRH The Prince of Wales.
Determined to use business as a force for good, Lily’s Kitchen has recently partnered with Dogs Trust to support dogs in need and are proud to lend a paw to charitable causes. The donation to Dogs Trust will support the charity’s ‘Change the Tale’ campaign, an initiative to support dogs, their families and pet parents who have been impacted by the pandemic. The charity believes more people might have to make the heart-breaking decision to give up their beloved dogs if they struggle to cope with the fallout of the coronavirus crisis or life changes for them in a way they couldn’t have foreseen.
Understanding the emotional heartbreak that comes with giving up a dog, especially when circumstances change unexpectedly, the charity’s dedicated team of experts help and advise wherever possible. Dogs Trust urges people to get in touch with them and they will do everything they can to help.
‘Be My Valentine’ is available now direct from lilyskitchen.co.uk with an RRP of £1.15 per tray.