The Rockster

It looks like you may be visiting from the UK...

Please click here to visit
The Rockster UK site

Rocking Leake Street, Doggy Style…

October 19, 2018

After the first ever Crossbreed Café rocked Mutts, Mixes and Rescues at the pawsome Paws for Coffee café, I headed with Mum and Dad to the Leake Street tunnels for the first Doggy Style market.

Did us dogs ROCK the show and we got to meet so many of our Instagram friends in real life. Junior Hudson came along to give nutritional advice and explain why Rockster superfood is quite literally the best dog food in the world! Dogs danced with delight at savouring my superfood and trying my soon to be released air-dried Super Treats (when Mum wasn’t munching on them and eating the food meant for me and my friends).

Superstars and friends, old and new, with serious Doggy Style rocked the day away and even had their pawtrait taken on the now infamous Rockster bench. Toffee (aka fyfy-toffy) and Liliput (aka @little_london_maltese) went bananas when they found out what quite literally the world’s only superfood for dogs tastes like!

Armed with Rockster goody bags, City Dog Expert’s Instameet walk braved the October rain to join us all at Leake Street and rock London, Doggy Style!!

Enjoy some of the pawtraits taken by wonderful Eva of our very special friends!

        




Also in Rockster's Blog

Antioxidants: What Are They and Why Are They Important For Health & Longevity?

October 11, 2019

Rockster foods contain more antioxidant rich content than you would expect to find in a pet food. But what exactly is it that they do and why are they beneficial to health?

More

Read More

Pop-Up Crossbreed Café in London

September 27, 2018

The Richmond and Twickenham Times has proudly covered the great event which we are helping to host in Richmond this Sunday: the Pop-Up Crossbreed Café!

More

Read More

Yes we CAN!

August 14, 2018

Contrary to some opinions, canned foods can present a viable alternative to fresh and frozen foods regarding nutrient content. Nutrient levels in foods can vary quite dramatically; factors such as source, processing and storage methods contribute to these variations.

More

Read More