Exciting news! After 18-months of development, we have launched an Exclusive Range of products in the new, official Dogrobes Tartan.
Inspired by repeated requests from customers, we commissioned Araminta Campbell - a renowned Scottish textiles expert – to design a bespoke Tartan for the Dogrobes’ brand.
We’re fast approaching Hallowe'en and Bonfire Night - a period of the year that many dog owners consider to be the most anxious time of the year for their pet.
Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your dog feel happier.
We've been celebrating!
Last Friday we welcomed 20 local business leaders to mark our 12th birthday and new headquarters at Mansefield House, after what has been an excellent period of business growth.
The whole team at Dogrobes is incredibly excited to announce a new partnership with one of the country’s most popular dog rescue charities!
After careful consideration, we’ve chosen All Dogs Matter as our next charity partner. This wonderful organisation helps rescue and re-home dogs in Greater London, and nationwide.
A woman who has masterminded the development and growth of a business that makes drying jackets for dogs was thrilled to be named Moray’s most enterprising businesswoman of the year.
Margaret Reynolds’ achievements were praised at the Moray Business Women (MBW) charity awards ball when Dogrobes was confirmed as the most enterprising business of the year.
Dogrobes has celebrated its 10th birthday, and naturally VIP dogs were the centre of attention.
The party was thrown to mark a whole decade of our dog drying coat production. Dogrobes first went on the market in 2004.
Dogrobes has become a Corporate Friend of Dogs Trust.
The business has long been a supporter of the charity and recently donated to the cause.
Dogrobes’ director Margaret Reynolds travelled to the Dogs Trust centre in Glasgow to present the donation.