Burns Pet Nutrition has launched an exclusive membership scheme for new puppy owners, after a boom in puppy ownership over the last six-months.
The business has officially launched ‘Puppy Club’ to help new puppy owners learn the ropes with all the advice, support and food supplies they need to ensure their pups get the best start in life.
For a standalone, one-off cost of £9.99, members will receive dog food, professional nutrition advice, training tips and a selection of other goodies for an entire year.
The launch follows news of a boom in the sale of ‘pandemic pups’ over the last six months, with the Kennel Club reporting a 187% increase in people searching for puppies via its Find a Puppy tool between March and the end of June compared with the same period in 2019.
For the £9.99 fee to join, members will receive 2kg of puppy food shortly after signing up to the club, followed by 4kg of Burns adult food after nine months (or 12 months for large and giant breeds) to help them transition into adult life.
Club members will be able to choose from four varieties of Burns’ dog food, including a grain-free option, enabling them to cater to any specific dietary needs or intolerances.
John Burns, veterinary surgeon and founder of Burns Pet Nutrition, said: “Becoming a dog owner comes with a lot of new responsibilities and for those bringing a puppy home for the first time, it can be especially daunting.
“We wanted to use our team’s expertise to help support new owners to feel confident and knowledgeable for their puppy parenting journey, making the experience as enjoyable as possible.”