52 days ago

10% OFF BEGINNER'S BOXES. MAKE YOUR PET HAPPY & HEALTHY NOW

Anne-Marie from Brodie's Raw Pet Food Delivery

Are you interested in feeding your dog or cat a healthy raw diet, but not sure how to get started? Our Beginner’s Box is the solution for you.

The Box is a month-long plan of prepacked daily meal bags which introduce raw food in a staggered manner to ensure a smooth transition for your pet to a full raw diet.

The daily volume is based on your pet’s weight, age and activity, so complete the Pet Profile on our home page of www.brodies.nz... and we’ll advise you on the best weight band to meet your pet’s needs.

We hand deliver in Eastern Bays Suburbs and surrounds on Thursday evenings and elsewhere in Auckland on Sundays (20km radius of Orakei). Pick up by arrangement from 52 Ngaio Street Orakei.

Make your pets happy and healthy with a raw diet. 10% off all Beginner’s Boxes until the end of May, so don’t delay.

As seen in The New Zealand Herald and NZ Retail Magazine.

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