Tresa from Southend on Sea
Husse Southend on Sea - Lindsey & Amy
This is Floyd, our 8 month old British shorthair. We are true cat lovers and have always had cats in our family so I know how fussy they can be! We wanted him to have the best quality food when we got him at 16 weeks so we tried him on a sample of Husse “Kattunge” kitten food and he ignored his old food and wolfed it down. Curious, we tested his taste buds with 2 other leading brands and he chose Husse every time! He is still a kitten (albeit a large kitten now) and he loves his Husse. His coat is soft and fluffy and he has bags of energy. We are in contact with many BSH breeders and owners and they often comment how fab he looks. Looking forward to trying his taste buds again when he reaches adulthood!
S. Crocker from Tunbridge Wells
Husse Tunbridge Wells & Sevenoaks - Tony
This is to thank you for your excellent service.
I am minding a dog (Maisy) and realized she did not have enough food to last until her owner's return. I don't have a dog and know nothing about which brands are available where.
The young man, David, on the phone very helpfully gave me the contact number of the rep for my area - Tony. He actually knew the dog and delivered me just the right amount of her food the following day - exactly at the time he said he would!
All so easy. Thank you.
E. Flynn from UK
I only feed my dogs the best. Good nutrition is essential for working dogs, in the maintenance of healthy immune systems and the prevention of auto-immune conditions such as arthritis and allergies. It keeps them alert during training and ensures a long working life. Good nutrition also keeps vets bills down and productivity up. When I first tried Husse products, they actually seemed very expensive per bag, but quality always pays off with the dogs so I gave it a trial. However I soon discovered that the high feed value means that I actually spend less on dog food than I used to. Give Husse a try. See the difference in your ‘best friend’. But really we all know he or she is not just a ‘best friend’, but a colleague too. And a very economic one at that.
How many people do you know would round up your number of sheep for food to the value of €6.63 a week?