Fish4Dogs – Could you be a Fishionary?

by | Sep 20, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Fish4Dogs is looking for pet food retailers to become ?fishionaries? with great deals for new and existing stockists at the PATS Show in Telford this month.

There are two new bundles to get new stockists ?into the swim? with an extensive range of fish-based foods for dogs and cats.

There?s also promotional deals for existing trade customers with introductions to 2017 additions including Cornish Sardine Complete, Fiskur Teningur and Sweet Ocean Wraps- a chewy treat with apple for dogs.

Fish is deemed to be a ?superfood? due to its nutrients and associated health benefits to pets, including coat and skin condition, joint and digestive health and how it can address food sensitivities. It is high in omega 3 and low in calories.

All stockists get membership of the Fish4Dogs ?Fishionaries? VIP Club which is an exclusive arrangement designed to reward loyal retailers.

Fishionary members benefit from:

  • Sales incentives
  • Membership of the Reward Card Scheme for customers ? Buy 5 bags and get 1 FREE*
  • Special offers
  • Display units
  • Point of Sale merchandise
  • Free samples
  • Preferred stockist status
  • Regular sales support

Fish4Dogs will be on stand B10 at the PATS Show where its dedicated team will be on hand to meet customers old and new over the two-day event on 24 and 25 September, at the Telford International Centre.

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