You have a choice – enjoy the benefits of a local and qualified Nutritional Adviser or order online. Your adviser offers a free home delivery service at a time and date to suit you. Ordering online is easy and safe.
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!
All of our pet foods and products can be delivered direct-to-your-door via your local Trophy Nutritional Adviser. Deliveries can be made at a time to suit you. We are local and delivery is just a phone call, click, text or email away. You won’t run out of food as we’ll establish regular contact to ensure that you receive your next delivery exactly when you need it.
Your Trophy Nutritional Adviser will provide you with all the information you need on the full range of Trophy products. They will help you decide on the right food for your pets, advise on diet and any special dietary needs and then deliver your Trophy pet food, treats and accessories whenever you need them.
Is your dog the right weight? Our free pet weighing service is available in all areas covered by our Trophy Nutritional Advisers.
Never feed human food.
Choose a calorie-reduced dog food.
Feed two or three small meals per day, rather than one large meal per day.
Keep a food diary, so the whole family can see what the dog has eaten so far on any one day.
Follow the feeding amounts recommended on the bag and never overfeed. Feed a fixed amount each day.
Keep referring to the PFMA Size–O-Meter. You should be able to easily feel but not see the ribs.
Reduce food intake.
Monitor your dog’s weight.
When managing weight, do not feed any treats or titbits, no matter how hard this may be!
Develop and stick to an increased exercise routine.
Around 40% of all dogs in the UK are now overweight or obese. The PFMA Size-O-Meter guide is an excellent starting point. Use this as a guide to see what your dog should look like. Weight loss in a dog is a slow and steady process and it can take up to 6 months to see a significant difference. But keep going, getting your dog to the right weight for him or her will have so many good, long term benefits and will make them fit and healthy.
Remember calories and food intake need to be reduced and exercise needs to be increased.
We make selecting the right food for your pet fun! Book a Zoom or phone call with one of our independently qualified Nutritional Advisers, tell us all about your pets, and we’ll guide you to some excellent, tailored feeding choices.
This service is FREE! And you get a new customer starter offer. And don’t forget the storage container and free samples. We told you it’s fun!
We provide free advice on pet nutrition and your local Trophy Nutritional Adviser is always available to help. Backed by our in-house nutritionist and a team of experts, your local Trophy Nutritional Advisers are professionally qualified advisers, having completed an independent CPD qualification in pet nutrition and UK pet food legislation. You’ll always get the very best advice from us.
Good general pet health comes from an excellent diet, regular exercise and lots of care. This will undoubtedly lead to a happier, healthier and longer life. We can help - all in the comfort of your own home at a time that is convenient to you. If you would like, we will assess your pet's coat, weight, life stage and general health. Your pet can enjoy some free samples from our range of foods and we can discuss purchasing a small bag of Trophy pet food or one of our brilliant starter packs. You can feed your new food for a few days and see how they get on.
Customer care and advice
We are here to help you with any dietary issues you might have with your pet. We can talk you through specific situations such as starting a weight loss programme or we can help with feeding your new puppy for example. We can’t help with medical issues but we’ll do our best to support you where we can.01367 240333
Converting your pet to Trophy
When changing any diet, the key is to do it slowly. Introduce the new Trophy pet food in small quantities, gradually increasing the amounts fed, whilst gradually decreasing the amount of the old food. Ideally, the change should be spread over a 5-day period.
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]