23.4.2020 | Jeanette Aurdal

Demand for Dog bowls increased...

Dogs and cats are uniting for the first time in history.

Here are they demands:

Around the world dogs and cats are trying to adjust to the new demands put on them. Some have had to radically change their lifestyle as a result of new requirements implemented over night by their humans.

Dogs particularly in cities report that they now have to take all the members of their pack on walks, individually, every day. It means the demand on their time on average has tripled and in some cases quadrupled. Cats are finding it impossible to achieve their required 16 hours of sleep a day with humans in the house constantly! Long term implications are yet to be fully understood...

Our sources have indicated that members of the canine and feline society have joined forces for the first time in history and are reviewing the situation. They are expected to present the following demands shortly:

  1. Personalised food bowls of the highest quality.
  2. Treats need to be kept fresh in airtight containers, but at hand at all times.
  3. All pets need custom made and ideally personalised beds.
  4. All homes need asystem for keeping track of whether we have been walked and/or fed.
  5. Pet memorial plaques or markers for long serving companions.

1. Personalised Cat and Dog bowls.

from £115

It is more important than ever that your pets eat properly

2. Treat Jars

from £50

Practical and beautiful treat jars. Keep their treats to hand. Rewards are definitely deserved, given all they do for you these days.

3. Dog Beds

from £405

Made to order.

Commission one to fit a certain space, favourite cushion and of course type of breed.

These are made with or without legs.

4. Dog feeding/walking 'me thingy'

from £90

We are not sure what to call these, as there does not seem to be a name for it yet... We just call it the Dog Beacon. Any better ideas?

Every dog home needs one!

For any pet memorials, please email your requirements to us, and we will send you a quote.

Now is not the time to upset our pets… we rely on them more than ever!