Bruce’s has unveiled plans to invest in its doggy care centres.
The company, which was eatablished in 2008, currently has 10 doggy daycare centres in the UK.
Managing Director Ben Mann said: “This year, we will be investing more into our centres by creating new sensory areas, installing even more natural features to improve field variety for the dogs, building new play equipment, more and better cosy indoor spaces and smarter access zones to enable the dogs to experience different fields with their same furry friends.
“Our centre investment plans will also mean improved landscaping which will bring multiple benefits as well as countering some of the challenges we’ve seen following a very wet autumn and start to the winter.”
Bruce’s also revealed that it raised £7,260 for charity in 2023, along with collecting two van loads of gifts ranging from dog beds to toys. The company has established relationships with three charities: Birmingham Dogs Home, Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, and Mayhew.