News & Views

  • Proud to be in Visa’s Christmas advertising

    Bone Idol was chosen by VISA to be a part of their 2019 Christmas campaign features real independent shopkeepers to inspire the nation to visit their local high street and shop locally for the campaign #WhereYouShopMatters View Post
  • 5 great gift ideas for Christmas 2019 for the Dog in your life

    This Christmas there is a bounty of gifts for the pup in your life. To help you get started we have pulled together some great gift ideas for Christmas 2019 available at Bone Idol, on St James's Street, Brighton. View Post
  • A Dogs Christmas Dinner - Christmas

     Dennis, Head of Re'Tail' at Bone Idol just wanted to bring to your attention a few risks that lurk in foods this festive season. 

    While Dennis is sure you will all be aware of the no chocolate rules for dogs by now. But unfortunately us dogs are unable to eat everything our humans may be tucking into.

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  • Asian Fusion Grooming At Bone Idol

    At Bone Idol the grooming we do isn’t always ‘The Breed Standard’. Our team have been inspired greatly on the arts of the Asian Fusion world of dog grooming.  View Post
  • Rawhide and your Dog this Christmas

    At Bone Idol do our best to share our experience, knowledge and research into products. As we approach Christmas many novelty and festive dog treats are released on to the pet products market that contain rawhide or ground rawhide products.

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  • How much do we spend on our pets in the UK?

    It’s no secret that we are a nation of dog lovers, and we love to spoil them. Recent research by American Express has revealed that Britain spends £12 billion every year on their pets. View Post
  • Bone Idol Puppy Food

    At Bone Idol we understand the importance of giving the newest member of your family the best start in life.

    We are proud to be able to help your dog be fabulously fed for life on Bone Idol food, from puppy to senior.

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  • Hypoallergenic, what does it mean?

    You may be surprised to learn that food intolerances are a common problem amongst pets. Lower quality pet food, packed with artificial additives, chemicals and known hypersensitisation ingredients can often cause disturbances. View Post