Leading pet accessory company, Dogrobes is set to launch their new Gauntlets at the Scottish Game Fair 5-7 July. Now in its 31st year this annual event is held in the stunning Scone Parklands in association with NFU Mutual, the leading rural insurer.
Organised by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), this fantastic three-day event attracts tens of thousands of visitors and is a true celebration of conservation and the countryside, while raising vital funds for wildlife conservation science.
The show which features a plethora of country sports activities to appeal to all ages and abilities from fishing and clays to gundogs and well as the popular Cookery Theatre, is very close to Dogrobes’ heart as it was the first show that the company attended when it first started out. Margaret Reynolds, owner of award-winning dog drying coat manufacturer, Dogrobes also says that visitors to the Scottish Game Fair have helped them develop new products by suggesting ideas for new ranges such as the tartan and camouflage Dogrobes, the Snood for drying wet spaniel ears and now the Gauntlets.
Gauntlets are sold as a pair and have a handy loop for hanging. They are made from a double layer of super-absorbent, exclusive cotton towelling to absorb maximum moisture and are the perfect solution to drying wet, muddy paws and legs.
They are designed specifically to have a wide opening to fit over jacket sleeves and there is elastic on the inner cuff to ensure a good fit. Like all Dogrobes products they are made in Britain and are available in all colours to match the Dogrobes, red, navy, green, pink, grey, purple, burgundy, teal.
Commenting on the new Gauntlets, Margaret said:
“The benefits of using the Gauntlets are that they’re easier to handle than a towel and better for nervous dogs; they’re thicker, so more absorbent than a towel and customers hands are kept dry and warm. “