Benyfit Natural Professional Sponsorships
Benyfit Natural is proud to sponsor some amazing dogs and their equally fabulous owners.
We know that dogs who are powered by a Benyfit Natural raw dog food diet perform better, are fitter and have bundles more energy than many other dogs. And it shows in their incredible achievements.
Take a look below at Benyfit Natural's current sponsorship team and read on to find out from them why feeding your four-legged friend with raw dog food is the best possible choice you can make.
Sarah and her fantastic labrador Eric (AKA The Ginger Ninja!) first started feeding Benyfit Natural in 2021.
When Eric turned 16 months Sarah started her jouney into agility and they did their first competition just 4 months later. Since then their record includes competing in the Starter cup at Discover Dogs, progressing to compete in multiple UK Agility finals, qualifying for Crufts novid semi cup finals, Olympia semi cup finals and British open finals.
The duo came 2nd as a team in the Nations cup and their biggest win to date was winning the novice ABC at Crufts 202, with the Benyfit Natural team in the stands to watch their winning performance!
Since their big win they've been competing in championship classes at the top level in the UK and trying out for national teams. Keep your eyes peeled on this duo and expect to see them back in the Crufts ring again, next time competing against the best collies in the country!
Since 2017, Stacey has been feeding all her dogs on an exclusively Benyfit Natural diet.
Shortly after Stacey made the transition to Benyfit Natural, Sam, a Jack Russell x Cavalier, took part in the IFCS World Championships where he won two gold medals. He kept on winning until retirement at the same championships in 2019 when he won gold.
Stacey runs her own dog agility training business, K9 Services. She regularly competes in agility competitions, both in the UK and internationally.
The newest addition to Stacey’s canine family is Rapid, a Parson Russell Terrier, most recently seen at Crufts. Within months of starting his competitive life, Rapid qualified for the Junior GB Team.
Belle Howlett and her Border Collie, Ami, both triumphed in the Young Kennel Club Jumping Dog of the Year Competition at Crufts in 2016 again in 2017.
Belle, who is trained by her mum, Kate Howlett of K9 K8 Dog Agility Training, was awarded the YKC Sporting Talent of the Year trophy for her achievements which led her to being nominated for the YKC Shaun McAlpine Young Person of the Year Award at Crufts. This award recognises the hard-working, inspirational and selfless actions of young dog lovers.
Belle, was also selected to represent the GB Junior Team in the Junior European Dog Agility Championships which took place in Slovakia.
Dani has seven dogs, five of which compete. She travels to shows all over the country throughout the year. Her dogs, she says, are 'the best dogs in the world' and they get spoiled rotten. Dani and her daughter Fern competed in the team that were runners up in the dog agility finals at Crufts 2016. Her daughter’s dog, Cove, also qualified for Olympia in the large dogs’ event. Dani's dog, George, was in the British Open semi-final at the Kennel Club International Agility Festival in 2016.
George and Cove have placed in the top 5 dogs at large Champ finals in Tunbridge Wells and Gillingham.Both boys, as well as their two novice dogs, William and Oaky, have also competed at the British Agility Championships.We cannot wait to catch up with them and support their future journeys.
Interested in Sponsorship?
Do you and your dog compete and are you looking for a quality, nutritious food to fuel your dog.
If you're interested in being sponsored by Benyfit Natural, get in touch today!