300 Meals for Cornish Rescue Centre

Manager Emma Pannell, who has recently taken over St Francis Home for Animals has a natural approach to diet and wanted to provide dogs in her care who were suffering with sensitive tummies and skin problems with high quality natural meals which would help make them feel better. Emma commented that “Kennels can be a stressful time for dogs and sometimes it can affect their stomachs, so a more gentle food is ideal”.


One of our reps in the South West was quick to deliver a large supply of our Country Hunter Superfood canned meals to keep St Francis stocked up with food for dogs who needed something kinder on their digestion.


We were fortunate enough to be given a tour of the centre by Pete Winch who has dedicated the last 9 years of his life to the residents of St Francis. We took a particular shine to Charlie “the escape artist” who has been at the shelter for just over a year. We sincerely hope that Charlie finds his forever home soon.


St Francis have successfully re - homed 187 dogs from Jan 2015 to 2016 and already have re - homed 115 from Jan 2016 to date.

Natures Menu delivery at St Francis home for animals


This morning we recieved a lovely update from Kennel owner Emma:

"Here is a photo of the first candidate that will benefit from your wonderful food. This is a 12 month old collie called Buster who has had very little training and has never been allowed off lead.  You can imagine being in a kennel is causing all sorts of issues for his brain so we have immediately transferred him onto Natures Menu to help us to help him. Many thank you’s for your donation."


We hope the meals continue to go down well and that Buster and his pals at the centre are rehomed soon.


Buster and Leanne

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