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Dog food and feeding => General discussion => Topic started by: David on Jan 01, 2015, 14:08

Title: Happy new year and a big thank you!
Post by: David on Jan 01, 2015, 14:08
A very happy new year to all of our fantastic two and four legged friends out there!

2014 was a great year for British dogs. As customer awareness continues to spread, more and more owners have been moving their dogs from the low grade supermarket brands that have dominated the pet food market for decades on to better, more nutritious diets and their dogs are living longer, healthier lives as a result. I'm very proud of All About Dog Food's part in the ongoing revolution but without you, our amazing members and contributors, the site would have stumbled to a halt a long time ago.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all of your posts, questions, comments and feedback and a very special thank you to the two incredible members that have worked tirelessly to make this forum the fantsastic resource that it is, Tinyplanets and Dottie!

Wishing you all the very best for 2015,

Title: Re: Happy new year and a big thank you!
Post by: Dottie on Jan 01, 2015, 14:14
Thank you.  I too wish all our members (and their dogs of course) a happy and peaceful 2015.  It is good to have this forum as a resource and I am hoping that 2015 will bring more contributing members and that we are able to help our four legged friends to better health with good nutrition. 
Title: Re: Happy new year and a big thank you!
Post by: Tinyplanets on Jan 01, 2015, 16:50
I wish all a happy and healthy 2015  also.

I hope to continue to learn lots of important information about our four legged friends diets. Thanks to all who have shared their valuable experiences with the forum. Long may it continue.
Title: Re: Happy new year and a big thank you!
Post by: George on Jan 04, 2015, 19:38
And a belated Happy New Year to all from me too, along with my own thanks to David, Dottie & Tinyplanets for all the work and time you put in. Hopefully many more dogs will benefit from a healthier diet in the year ahead.