The RSPCA has teamed up with RSW International to help keep dogs’ minds and bodies active.
The animal welfare charity has partnered with the pet accessory importer and distributer which supplies innovative, robust and stylish pet accessories and toys. The range includes a variety of embellished leads and collars, illuminated leads, collars and safety lights for dark morning and evening walks.
The colourful range of toys from rubber tug and chew toys to colourful balls are also designed to keep dogs’ mind and bodies active and keep them entertained for hours.
Lisa Hens, RSPCA’s dog welfare expert said: “Our dogs are social and active and need regular exercise and interaction with us to help keep them happy and healthy. Not only is regular play really important for bonding with your dog, it’s also great exercise, great for training and great for getting your dog’s brain working.
“It’s important to get into a regular habit of spending time engaging and playing with your pet and take time each day to play games that you both enjoy. Frequent play helps to keep your pooch healthy, happy and strengthen the bond between you and your dog. This is why toys that help to keep them busy end encourage them to get active are really important.”
For every sale of the RSPCA endorsed products, RSW International LTD will donate part of the proceeds to the RSPCA, so that the charity can continue to rescue and rehabilitate animals in need.
Lee Kennerley from RSW International Ltd, said: “As a major pet accessory importer and distributer, we care about animal welfare and so were thrilled to partner up with the RSPCA and help the charity continue its vital work by promoting our unique licenced range we have both worked hard to put together.
“The RSPCA collection fits well with our core range of products and highlights our businesses strength in designing great pet accessories for our customers. With our slow feeding bowl already winning an award, we have already had a great response from customers within the Garden Centre industry and will be working with them to promote the collection and the charity further.”
The range is available on the RSPCA online shop as well as all good garden centre pet departments from this month (February 2019).