- Where can I buy HiLife Essentials Doggie Dinners?
- Is HiLife Spoil Me! being discontinued?
- What can I buy instead of HiLife Indulge Me! pouches?
- What can I buy instead of HiLife Tempt Me! pouches?
- Who owns HiLife Petfoods?
- Where can I buy HiLife products?
- Would you sponsor my charity or event?
Where can I buy HiLife Essentials Doggie Dinners?
Essentials Doggie Dinners pouches are moving to B&M stores on an exclusive basis at the end of February 2018. Visit B&M stores to purchase this no-nonsense, high quality range of delicious recipes.
This means Essentials Doggie Dinners are no longer available at Morrisons. If you only shop at Morrisons, your dog may like to try our delicious new range called It’s only natural. It’s made from natural ingredients, it's totally grain free and includes no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. The HiLife It’s only natural range is available instore at Morrisons now.
Is HiLife Spoil Me! being discontinued?
We’re delighted that you have been using our HiLife Spoil Me! dogfood range. We know it’s a great favourite with many of your dogs.
The good news is, we’ve now improved your favourite recipes by making them all grain free and adding even more meat. We’ve revisited our recipe selection, adding two new dishes in sauce to the range, whilst removing two of the less popular jelly dishes.
To celebrate, we’re changing the name of the range to, HiLife It's only natural. This entirely natural, grain free range is being introduced to stores throughout the UK right now. It has new packaging that features a gorgeous new HiLife hound, so it’s easy to find on the shelf.
All of the recipes are full of natural ingredients, and include no nasty artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. They are free from GMOs and soya, with no bulking agents or fillers.
HiLife It's only natural can be fed as a treat 3-4 times a week. To ensure a balanced diet, feed a selection of products from the HiLife range and monitor total food intake. Always ensure a plentiful supply of water is available.
What can I buy instead of HiLife Indulge Me! pouches?
Our HiLife Indulge Me! catfood range is being discontinued. If you were previously feeding our HiLife Indulge Me! catfood pouches, we think your cats will like the Luxury products in our HiLife It's only natural Luxury range.
This range of complementary foods and treats is made using only the best 100% natural ingredients, contains no nasty additives and is grain free.
HiLife It's only natural Luxury range products can be fed as a treat 3-4 times per week. To ensure a balanced diet, feed a selection of products from the HiLife range and monitor total food intake. Always ensure a plentiful supply of fresh drinking water is available.
Our cats love the HiLife It's only natural Luxury range, we hope yours do too!
What can I buy instead of HiLife Tempt Me! pouches?
Our HiLife Tempt Me! catfood range is being discontinued. If you were previously feeding our HiLife Tempt Me! catfood pouches, we think your cats will like the nutritionally balanced recipes in our HiLife It's only natural range.
This range of complete meals is made from all natural ingredients, with absolutely no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. It is completely grain free.
HiLife It's only natural nutritionally balanced recipes can be fed every day. As a guide, if fed exclusively, an average (4kg) cat should be fed 2.5 – 3 pouches of this product every day. If fed as part of a mixed diet, always monitor total food intake to avoid over-feeding.
Our cats love the HiLife It's only natural nutritionally balanced recipes, we hope yours do too!
Who owns HiLife Petfoods?
We are Town & Country Petfoods, owners of the popular HiLife brand of dog and cat foods, a family-run business based in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.
Established in 1974, by John Parkinson, we originally supplied Hilliards, Fine Fare and Gateway with own-label pet foods, and we made HiLife branded pet foods for our largest customer Boots the Chemist.
In 1987, when Boots decided to stop selling pet foods, a decision that disappointed a lot of pet owners, John took the brave step of buying the HiLife brand name from Boots.
John and his son Tony set about building HiLife into a trusted national pet food brand and it was not long before his other son Peter and daughter Julie joined the business too. Making Town & Country Petfoods a real pet-owning family business.
Over the years our retail sales value has grown to more than £30 million and we now supply assorted ranges to all major UK grocery stores, the pet specialist trade and other independent retailers and our range is also available to buy online.
Where can I buy HiLife products?
HiLife products are available from all major supermarkets, pet specialist stores and from an increasing number of other outlets.
If you can't find the product that you are looking for from a local stockist or don't know where a product is stocked, please take a look at the "our products" page and find the dedicated product page for that item. Each of these pages lists where our ranges can be bought from, and if it can be bought online, there is also a handy link. Alternatively, we have a "where to buy" page which will link you to lots of online retailers that stock our products.
Would you sponsor my charity or event?
As a group of people that care deeply about the welfare of animals, we would naturally love to be able to help out every registered charity in caring for them. However, the number of requests we receive for sponsorship and product donations has increased to such an extent that we have decided to concentrate our support on one main national charity and those charities and events in our local community.
We are proud to say that our nominated national charity is Pets as Therapy (PAT). PAT is a community based charity providing therapeutic visits to hospitals, hospices, nursing and care homes, special needs schools and a variety of other establishments. Every week visiting PAT teams bring comfort and companionship to 1,000’s of people, both young and old, by giving them the opportunity to stroke, hold and talk to one of these calm and friendly dogs and cats. PAT also provide individual animal assisted therapy (AAT), working with stroke patients and people with dog phobias.
For more details of their fantastic work, visit http://www.petsastherapy.org/