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Feed a Rescue Dog with Red Mills!

Feed a Rescue Dog with Red Mills!

We wanted to start the new year off in the best way possible, and that’s just what we’ve done.  

We’re so proud to be working with some incredible charity partners this January and February to help support their amazing work, and to support the animals within their care. 

For the months of January and February, for every purchase of Leader, Go Native, Winner, and Engage in the Republic of Ireland, we will be donating a meal of Winner Dog food to a dog in a shelter. We believe that every dog deserves a delicious, healthy meal, and we’re striving to do our bit to make this a reality.  

What is Winner? 

Winner is one of our Connolly’s Red Mills dog food brands made in County Kilkenny, alongside the rest of our food. Winner is ideal for feeding all sorts of dogs, with a variety of flavours and recipes to support a host of different needs.  

Winner can cater to dogs no matter their life stage. Winner Puppy was formulated with delicious ingredients and balanced calcium and phosphorus to support healthy growth and give your pup a great start in life. It’s made with delicious chicken for a protein boost to keep your pup active, and is also full of minerals essential for growth.  

For adult dogs, we have a range of food perfect for catering for their diverse needs.  

Winner Sensitive Lamb is perfect for dogs with sensitive tums who need a little TLC. Winner Lamb is rich in easy to digest lamb, with essential minerals for strong teeth and bones, and omegas for a glossy coat! 

Winner Energy is the perfect for highly active and rescue dogs in need of abundant energy. It’s formulated with tasty beef to keep them going, and going, and going ... 

Winner Chicken and Winner Beef give your pet a variety of flavours to choose from, both made with delicious high-meat recipes and produced in County Kilkenny! 

Made with smaller kibble, perfect for your littler family members, Winner Small is a great choice for for catering to your pet’s needs. Made with chicken and a host of delicious minerals and ingredients to look after your pet, it’s wagging tails as far as the eye can see.  

We also cater to our golden oldie pets as well, with Winner Senior Lite. This formulation provides all the nutrition your older pet needs with a lower calorie diet, helping them to maintain a healthy weight.

Our Charities 

We are so proud to partner with an array of excellent Irish charities nationwide this January and February.  

Dog’s Aid 

Dog’s Aid started out in 1987, set up by three ladies to help unwanted and abandoned dogs in Ireland. Since then, they’ve rehomed hundreds of dogs and cats.  

No recoverable pet is ever put down, meaning Dog’s Aid is home to many elderly and ill dogs and cats who are cared for right there.  

Deise 

Deise have been doing their great work in Waterford since 2010. They are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned animals, primarily dogs from high-kill pounds and owners who can no longer care for them. They work with amazing volunteers to keep everything running smoothly! Deise also provides education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, microchipping and Veterinary care. 

ASH Animal Rescue 

ASH Animal Rescue is a non-profit organisation and is based in Rathdangan, Co.Wicklow. Since 1990, they have taken in hundreds of unwanted dogs and cats. They have a strict no-kill policy, so they make a permanent home for pets who cannot otherwise find one.  

Madra 

Madra Animal Rescue in Galway is dedicated to looking after the dogs in their care and finding them permanent, loving homes. They use their influence and educational powers to help people become more informed in how best to look after their pets. 

How to help: 

Help your pet to feed a dog in a shelter with their dinner. Simply purchase your favourite Red Mills Pet Food during the months of January and February to donate a bag of dog food to dogs in these shelters!  

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