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We do not test our pet food on animals in laboratories and only carry out palatability tests with companion animals in the comfort of their home with their owner’s full permission.More info
Our customer reviews, with thanks to every one that has taken the time to let us know how they like our food, our services and especially their local Trophy Nutritional Adviser.More info
Trophy Pet Foods is independently accredited by The Ethical Company Organisation and we are proud to hold their top ranking. This standard sets the benchmark for Corporate Social Responsibility.More info
Natural, ingredient-led, specially formulated with a wealth of key benefits.
Trophy Pet Foods is an established direct-to-your-door pet food delivery service. With an “Excellent” score on Trustpilot from over 250 reviews you can see why our customers choose Trophy Pet Foods. Everything we do is driven by our passion for pets.
Each pet is unique and it is our mission to offer every Trophy dog or cat a free nutritional consultation via our trained and qualified Trophy Nutritional Advisers to ensure you know that they are on the right food for their life stage and are therefore healthy and thriving.
Like all good things in life, we offer a satisfaction guarantee, free home delivery and free samples to try before you buy. We make a wide range of pet foods including grain-free, lite diets, puppy, mature and cereal-free options.
We deliver your pet's food directly to your home (we can also include a food storage container, should you like us to) via one of our local and qualified Nutritional Advisers who run their own Trophy-supported business in your area
How would you like a truly personal service? Our Nutritional Advisers work within a particular area, and they’ll get to know you and your pet in no time! You can order food to suit your needs, enjoying a delivery at a time and place that you choose. Your pet will love our British-made, natural, premium food. It’s ethically approved and of uncompromising quality. You’ll see for yourself when it’s time for dinner!
The term ‘rescue dog’ covers any number of situations where a dog needs a new home.
Most commonly, family circumstances change and the family pet becomes displaced and ends up in a rehoming centre through no fault of their own. Sometimes owners divorce, emigrate, need care-based accommodation or, sadly, die. There are also instances, all too often, where dog ownership doesn’t meet expectations or a dog/owner match doesn’t work out. They can sometimes be bought as gifts, and land in a household that is simply not ready for the responsibility.
Short in stature but always big in personality, small dog breeds are growing in popularity, with almost 40,000 French Bulldogs being registered with the UK Kennel Club in 2020 alone (source: Country Living). The preference for smaller dogs might be linked with many of their benefits such as requiring less room, portability and cost to feed – and compared with their larger counterparts this makes a lot of sense!
“Almost anything big dogs can do toy breeds can do as well! From becoming service dogs to working as therapy dogs there are many small dogs doing very big jobs. Toy breeds excel at obedience and agility, scent work, tricks, and other sports. Don’t underestimate these pint-sized athletes— if given the opportunity, toy breeds can make great canine competitors in performance events.”
[American Kennel Club]