Posted 6 months ago ago
A raw dog food company is on the search for dogs to test its products and in return they will receive £100 a month and free food.
And while dogs with serious underlying health conditions should not apply, the brand is looking for dogs who suffer with regular flatulence, bad hair days, bad breath, large poops and laziness.
ProDog Raw, has launched its latest range of 80:10:10 raw meals, and hopes to gain customer insight and testimonials through the recruitment of three 'Canine Critics'.
The dogs’ sole responsibility as critics will be to eat the raw food they are provided with, so their owners can observe their behaviour and health and note any changes.
Each Canine Critic will be paid £100 per month, as well as receive a full 30 days worth of raw meals in the post.
The job is open to any dog breed and to any age.
Owners can apply on behalf of their dog here.
Heidi Maskelyne, founder of ProDog Raw, said: “Raw dog food is having a big moment, which is great, but we want to make sure that owners understand and are educated in why raw food is superior to dry, in the long term.
"We think our Canine Critics will help break down the main barrier that is stopping dog owners from making the leap to raw food, and that is the misconception that it is a hassle and not all it’s cracked up to be.
“As humans we’re obsessed with what we put in our bodies, and we adore our canine companions, so why wouldn’t we be just as obsessed with what they eat? Often it takes just one testimonial of a friend's amazing weight loss to get us trying their diet, so we hope the same will happen with our Canine Critic’s experience of the raw food diet. I encourage all dogs to apply, in particular the stinky ones."
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