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ID:	46672 Supreme Petfoods just keeps adding to its accolades this year. The manufacturer of food for small pets has now been voted number one in the Pet Product Marketing (PPM) Retailer Recommended Awards with the Small Animal Product of the Year. Supreme Selective Naturals treats also won Product Innovation of the Year – an award that extended across all categories and all pets!

    In the small pet product category, the company nominated its Selective brand for the first time – having won twice before with other brands. Marketing Manager, Claire Hamblion says the company made the decision to reflect changes in the marketplace – more pet owners are demanding high quality top of the range mono-component foods and their pets are now seen more as valued companions rather than children’s pets.

    She attributes the win to solid nutritional credentials and the resources and support available for stockists, “Selective has all the bells and whistles that anyone could ask for – there’s no added sugar, it’s the highest fibre kibble around, has a fixed formula and it’s made in dedicated facilities and formulated by experts in the nutritional needs of small pets. That all adds up to some reliable results and it’s a recommendation that will never let you down.”

    The Naturals treats range is suitable for all herbivores, making them easy to recommend. The hoops and stick shapes encourage different interactions and are small and light enough to allow tiny paws to carry them to their favourite spot or hide them away for later.

    The natural ethos is popular with pet owners and the treats are made with ingredients sourced from meadows, woodlands and forests, as well as garden vegetables. Treating is an important part of the bonding experience and with Naturals it’s also a responsible recommendation as the range is high fibre with no added sugar.

    Practices interested in stocking Supreme can find out more about the product range at www.supremepetfoods.com where they can also access free CPD and clinical resources in the Vet Zone.

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