Huge congratulations to Chapel Farm Dog Food Sponsored Handler Peter Abbs who ran Fergus (Howeparks Starstruck At Scarningvale) in the UGS Open Qualifier on Saturday 26 June and we are pleased to say he gained first place and now goes forward to the area finals on the 21 August.
Thanks for the photo Peter and good luck with the next.
Thanks to dad Phil Dyson for sending the following report for Chapel Farm sponsored junior handler Tallulah and younger sister Amelia who, following a long break from competition, were in action at the Burghley Game Fair.
Tallulah and Willow won the Junior Bales on Saturday, a great result as Willow has recently returned from maternity leave.
Amelia finally had the chance of running her new young dog Summer, and they were delighted to win the Junior Long Retrieve and be awarded a third place in the Junior Bales. A great first time out result in their first competition.
Tallulah also had the chance to expose her youngster, 14-month-old Tallie, to her first competitions. Saturday was a learning day; they were delighted with a second in the Junior Long Retrieve and a third in the Junior Bales in Sunday’s competitions.
Amelia and Summer were lucky enough to win the Junior Bales on Sunday and a second in the Long Retrieve.
The girlsalso invited their friend Izzy along for the weekend. This was Izzy’s first dog event with Fern, and she manage to come second and third in the Long Retrieve and second in the Bales on Saturday and followed this with a win in the Long Retrieve and a second in the Bales in Sunday’s competitions.
An awesome weekend which was crowned by Tallulah picking up her new pup ‘Pippin’ after Sunday’s competitions.
Well done and congratulations from all at Chapel Farm, we look forward to hearing of your next event.
Chapel Farm is really pleased to announce that following Brexit we now have Chapel Farm Performance 24+ and Puppy/Junior back in Northern Ireland with Belfast based stockist Mark Brand just receiving delivery of 4 pallets.
Meeting the new legislation requirements has been a complicated process and many people have been involved in making this delivery happen and we would like to thank all for their assistance, and also thank Mark and customers for their patience and loyalty.
The Daffodils on the roadside to Chapel Farm Kennels look great this Easter.
Chapel Farm Dog Food will close for Easter. Dog food deliveries will continue to be made within our normal 4 working days but please allow for the weekend closure and public holidays on Friday and Monday.
We hope you are able to enjoy the Easter break while keeping safe in these testing times.
We are pleased to welcome Andrew Wickett based at Bude in Cornwall as the latest member of the Chapel Farm Team of Stockists and we thank him for the photo and following quote.
“My jobs over the last 30 years have taught me that if you want the best results you have to feed the right food. Now I have started to use chapel farm dog food I’m more than pleased with the results”.
To discuss Chapel Farm with Andrew, give him a call on 07392 750441
Chapel Farm is delighted to welcome Fraser to the Team and as always we asked what encouraged him to become a stockist.
“I have been using Chapel Farm dog food for years at Arisaig Gundogs. The dogs are in great condition all year round and their condition and stamina speaks for itself. I am delighted to have become involved and am able to offer Chapel Farm in and around the Lochaber area. Deliveries can be arranged to people further afield. Please get in touch via PM on Arisaig Gundogs Facebook Page for more info. (20) Arisaig Gundogs | Facebook or call on 07422 688637”
Since March 2015 our dog food has absorbed the increasing production costs without passing these on to you but unfortunately we can no longer sustain this.
The current prices will stay the same until the a price increase comes into effect on the 1st of March 2021 and hopefully this will help everyone adjust. Puppy/Junior will remain unchanged.
This is not a decision that has been taken lightly and we hope that you will agree that Chapel Farm continues to offer excellent value and we look forward to continuing to provide your dog food requirements.
Nick has been feeding his Labs and their pups on Chapel Farm for over 5 years and we asked what prompted him to become a stockist.
“My dogs do working tests and field trials so they need good quality food to suit their individual and strenuous requirements. My dogs range from puppy to 11 years old and are all still working as well as being tremendous pets. Chapel Farm is tremendous value for money and outweighs the competition by miles, not only is it low cost but you don’t have to give them as much each day making it even better value. I have been breeding gun dogs for over 25 years and certainly find this the very best food I have ever given my dogs with such a good choice of ingredients.”
We are delighted to welcome Nick to the team and thank him for those kind comments.
Welcome to new Chapel Farm stockists, Hugo and Shannon Wells-Baker who are based just outside Walberswick in Suffolk. Hugo and Shannon run Noosabay boarding kennels and are keen dog owners with a good selection of working dogs (including those in the photo) who are currently missing being out in the field due to lockdown. Included in the mix is Olive, a two-year-old Labrador who Shannon hopes to trial when things get back to normal and we wish her success when the opportunity arises.
To speak with Hugo or Shannon about Chapel Farm, or boarding, please call 07712 585584 or 07507 311205