Vita Canis sponsor Bark in the Park

August 26th, 2014

We were delighted to once again sponsor Ashbourne Animal Welfare’s Bark in the Park fun dog show held in Darley Park, Derby on Sunday 24th August. Prizes were awarded in a range of categories, including “most handsome dog”, “waggiest tail”, “best expression” and “prettiest bitch”. The weather for the day was perfect and we would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to support the event.

As well as donating some Vita Canis Floral Spray and Comfort Blend to the rescue we also had a stand. Thank you to everyone who came along to find out more about our products.

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