A Natural Treat For Local Dog Lovers

Natural dog food retailer Betty & Butch are coming to Whitefield, with their new store opening on the 10th of June at 10 am.
Betty & Butch was established in 2010 by its founders Angel and Paul with a desire to enhance all dogs’ lives, inspired by their adopted dog Duke. Famous for their natural dog treats, they take great pride in sourcing only the highest quality and most sustainable ingredients.
Katryn Morgan, product manager for Betty & Butch told us, “Our treat collection has a full variety of chews to suit all dogs from puppies to seniors and soft chewers to super chompers. You can choose one of our signature treat boxes to help your dog to find their favourite, or select your own deli treats that you know they will love.
“All our products are made with only the finest protein sources and vegetables. Our natural, grain-free dog food is tailored to be gentle on tummies, especially for dogs with grain sensitivities and allergies.
“Treating your dog with confidence is our promise to you. If it’s not good enough for our dogs, it’s not good enough for yours.
“We’re all about being natural, from our dog treats down to our packaging as we’re doing our best to create policies to protect the planet. That’s why our treat boxes are fully recyclable and our food bags are compostable.”
Betty & Butch’s new store is located at 149 Bury New Road, Whitefield. So, if it’s time to go natural for your dog, you know where to head for.



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