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Ridge Hill Kennels

Ridge Hill Kennels was founded by Sue in year 2000 as a diversification to run alongside the working farm.

Own Dogs

Sue also has her own dogs:

  • 3 working Labradors
  • 2 working Collies
  • 1 Shetland Sheepdog
  • 1 Jack Russell

Sue's Labradors are all trained gundogs, the Shetland Sheepdog and one of the Collies also do agility and she occasionally breeds Labradors.

Who Works in the Business

Sue, Leann Davenport, full time, (Leann shows her own Siberian Huskies) and one part time member of staff.

Award

Ridge Hill Kennels won the award in 2009 - The pet.Net "Favourite boarding kennel of the Year".

CSJ Stockist

The kennels are a CSJ stockist and keep all the CSJ food products.

See http://www.ridgehillkennels.co.uk/ for more information.

Contact Ridge Hill Kennels via the website or ring Sue on 01829 732210

What Sue says about CSJ - "CSJ feed is great value for money dog food. All our dogs do really well on it, and we recommend it to all our kennel customers.”

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Customers' Views

It all seemed too good to be true...

Dear Ceri,

We have a 7 year old Cocker Spaniel and a 1 Year old Chocolate Labrodor who had been brought up and fed on one of the "well" known premium ranges of food and we thought by using it we were helping them, however the spiralling cost of the brand caused us to look for something a little more affordable when we discovered CSJ on the internet.

It all seemed too good to be true - high quality for an affordable price with the backing of numerous breeders. Buying our first couple of sacks we decided to give it a go and see what happened.

Four sacks on and we are amazed at the difference and have only noticed the problems we had now we haven't got them. Our Cocker now looks and acts like she did when she was a puppy and her recent litter is thriving on Natural Little Champ!

Moreover the Labrador is just transformed: On the "beloved" old food she suffered from loose stools, flatulence that would clear a room in seconds, a scurfy coat and was so so hard to control. Since changing to CSJ Natural Champ she has normal stools, no flatulence a shiny coat and is just so relaxed (other than the usual puppy exuberance of course!) that so many people have commented on how well behaved she is "for a Chocolate". My wife was getting ready to try and re-home her but now she can stay.

Thanks so much...

Gavin Hall

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