The Dog House run a premium activity holiday and training centre exclusively for dogs.
Dogs can be collected in an air conditioned taxi which pipes calming classical music for the pampered pups. At The Dog House they are well looked after with luxury kennels, country walks and dedicated personal playtime.
The Dog House is devoted to strengthening the special bond between owner and animal and they understand that food is key to a dog’s health and happiness.
They have teamed up with Michelin starred chef Michel Roux to create two styles of treats: Random Rewards to be used for training, and Bedtime Biscuits, specifically designed to help give canines a cosy night’s sleep.
With carefully selected ingredients such as ostrich, venison and green tea extract these are not ordinary dog treats and The Dog House wanted branding that reflected the thought and attention that they have given to the recipe and to the dogs in their care.
The Bedtime Biscuits are in a large square tin in an elegant and simple matt print. The Random Rewards tin is much smaller and specifically designed to be held in the palm of a hand and slipped into a coat pocket during walks. The result is elegant, sophisticated and stylish.
“Tinplate helped us create a unique and practical solution for our luxury range of dog biscuits and treats. Their service has consistently been fantastic and our customers always comment on how much they love our packaging.”
The Dog House have been consistently reordering the tins for numerous years and they show no sign of stopping.
While the tins and treats may have been developed especially for the hotel, they have also moved into premium stores and dedicated pet shops.
The Dog House also use the tins and Random Rewards as promotional giveaways at events. This is a practical and memorable way to reinforce their brand and advertise The Dog House to potential clients.
The elegant design has been carefully considered so that tins can be displayed in the home and The Dog House also sell refillable packs of treats to top up the tins when they start to run low.
We love these tins and we’re delighted that The Dog House love them too.
PS. Poppy, Tinplate’s dog, is also a huge fan.