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.
“It’s not everyday that a business hits its 12th birthday and moves into new premises. So we wanted to mark the occasion and thank everyone who has been part of the Dogrobes' journey since 2004,” explains Margaret Reynolds, director of Dogrobes.
Councillor for Keith and Cullen, Gary Coull, said: “I am delighted to see Dogrobes expanding and taking up a premises in Keith.
“There has been a lot of work to market Keith as a place to invest and to try and encourage new or growing businesses to have their base in Keith. Dogrobes is a great example of a wonderful product and a business model that obviously works. We are delighted that Margaret and her team have chosen Keith as their business home. Dogrobes has gone from strength to strength over the past couple of years and I wish the company all the very best in their new premises.”
Manufactured in Britain, Dogrobes are practical dog drying coats that are perfect to use after outdoor adventures, swimming, training, bathing and working. Even Her Majesty the Queen has Dogrobes for her Corgis!
The dog drying coats protect surroundings from wet and muddy shake off, helping to keep homes and cars clean. They also keep a dog’s muscles warm and are non-restrictive, allowing pooches to move freely while drying off. Simple to fit and more effective than a towel rub, dogs dry quicker in Dogrobes, making tedious towel drying and that unpleasant wet dog smell a thing of the past.
“From our Scottish base, we sell Dogrobes to people all over the UK and even overseas, and our customers say Dogrobes are the indispensable dog accessory.” adds Margaret.