Premium raw pet food brand Natural Instinct is pleased to announce its official sponsorship of Agility Team GB 2022.
As part of its passion and commitment to the sport of dog agility and its work with world class agility trainer Dave Munnings, Natural Instinct is working alongside The Kennel Club to support the exciting championships and provide Team GB with their nutritional needs.
Each year, The Kennel Club and Young Kennel Club sends competitors to The Junior Open Agility World Championships, European Open Championships and the World Championships to represent the UK. During the Agility Team GB Open Showcase and ahead of the final Team GB selection in April, Natural Instinct provided redeemable vouchers to highly skilled agility competitors, including those who took part in a number of try-out events, ensuring canines receive healthy, nutritious and raw food to give them the sustenance required for them to perform at their best during the competition.
Made from 100% British, human grade meat, ethically sourced fish and the freshest fruit and vegetables, Natural Instinct meals are a natural and healthy source of vitamins and minerals, without any artificial additives, colours, preservatives, fillers or grains. Agility professionals often recommend a raw diet for competitors due its health benefits. Raw feeding has been credited with dense muscle structure, a more resilient immune system, strong bones, teeth and joints, good digestion and bowels, and healthy skin. Natural Instinct customer reviews have seen marked improvements in these areas following a transition to a raw diet.
Phil Keen, Managing Director of Natural Instinct says: “We are extremely proud to be sponsoring the Agility Team GB. We have been supporters for a number of years now and to be part of the events taking place this year is really exciting. At Natural Instinct, we are passionate that all dogs receive a wholesome, nutritious and raw food diet, feeding as nature intended. Not only does this ensure they get all the vital vitamins, minerals and nutrients they need to keep them fit and healthy, but it will help them perform their best during competitions too!”
The Junior Open Agility World Championships are being held in Finland from 14-17 July and The European Open Championships are taking place in Belgium from 28-31 July.
The Agility World Championships are due to be held from 21-25 September and will be hosted in Austria.