For every product sold, Barbour will give £5 to the charity to help them continue the inspiring work that they do.
The ladies wellingtons have a unique paw tread so when out walking, the wearer leaves paw prints in the mud or snow. The wax dog coats will keep dogs of any shape or size warm, dry and protected against the elements.
Paul Wilkinson, Global Marketing and Commercial Director, Barbour said, “Barbour and Battersea are two brands that are both synonymous with British heritage and a shared love of animals. These very special products are the perfect choice for animal lovers everywhere who want to support dogs and cats in need of a loving home and we are delighted to be supporting such a good cause.”
Originally established by John Barbour in 1894 in South Shields in the North East of England to provide protective outerwear to fishermen, sailors and mariners from the worst of the British weather, today, Barbour offers a complete wardrobe of clothes and footwear for men, women and children. Shirts, knitwear, trousers and accessories are now just as much in demand as Barbour’s iconic outerwear.