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HOWND is an award-winning brand of healthy and natural pet care products. It is one of very few pet product manufacturers in the world to be accredited by the Ethical Company Organisation and certified by Cruelty-Free International. The range includes various products such as vegan dog grooming products and vegetarian Hemp Wellness Treats which are sold in many stores including Pets at Home and Musti Group. The company has signed new distribution agreements in China, America and South Africa. HOWND has won Double Gold for Product Innovation and Marketing Awards in 2017 & 2018 and, it has been featured in the Sunday Express, Daily Mirror and many more. The funds will be used to scale up and expand the team.

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