Making It Work: Online shopping surge boosts Down dog food firm
Werewolf Food has reported a huge spike in sales on its website since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis
An increase in online shopping activity among home-bound consumers has led to a spike in sales for Werewolf Food, the subscription dog-food service run by a Co Down couple.
Christopher and Bridgeen Hanlon decided to develop their own dog food in 2018, on foot of their experience running two canine ventures in Downpatrick. The couple own Brookvale Boarding Kennels in Crossgar, and also run Brookvale Detection Dogs, which breeds and trains sniffer dogs.
While they have...
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