Supplement manufacturer Lintbells has been named best multi-channel supplier at the Pets at Home awards.

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Lintbells co-founder John Howie (centre) receives the company’s award from Chris Holyland, ecommerce director at Pets at Home, and TV presenter Sally Nugent.

The Pets at Home team felt the company had done “an outstanding job” driving its brands across all their principle channels, including in-store, online and through its VIP magazine.

Lintbells, which makes nutraceutical supplements for pets, was also runner-up in the best VIP supplier award, capping a good year for the firm, in which it also received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

Tremendous accolade

Co-founder John Howie said: “Every member of the Lintbells team knows how important our stockists are and goes out of their way to offer best-in-class support.

“We really value those relationships, so it’s been fantastic to find Pets at Home recognises what we do is industry-leading.”

Fellow co-founder John Davies added: “Our pet and vet stockists have been so supportive. We’ve come a long way thanks to our customers, so this is a tremendous accolade for us to receive on this very special day.”

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