Black Gundog News

They're here - at last!...

I know it's been a long wait for some of you, but we're pleased to say they're finally here, back in stock................... our gorgeous ladies moleskin jeans. And not only that, we've got them in great new colours too, olive and chocolate brown.

Ladies Moleskin Jeans

Our ladies moleskin trousers have been so popular, because of their great fit. Unlike some of the more 'old fashioned' high waisters, they're a pleasure to spend the day in, and they look rather lovely too! We promise to try not to run out of them this time......


Best Breeks

And, we've also added some super-smart ladies moleskin breeks to our range too. Photos to be added soon.

04 February 2010


BLACK GUNDOG SHORTLISTED FOR 'RURAL ENTERPRISE OF THE YEAR'

Black Gundog has been nominated for the Countryside Alliance 'Rural Enterprise of the Year' award, and shortlisted as one of the three finalists for the East Midlands region.

A big 'thanks' must go to you, our customers, as, unbeknown to us, one of you must have nominated us! We are delighted with this recognition of our efforts. Thank you to everyone for your continued support.

Judging for the awards takes place in December, and Black Gundog is up against some formidable rural businesses. We'll let you know if there is any further news.

For more information, go to: Countryside Alliance Awards

24 November 2009


Seriously PINK slip leads

We've recently added the deluxe pink gundog slip lead into our range - and they are going down an absolute storm!

How pink are these slip leads?!!! VERY! What better way to show your support for Breast Cancer Care. And the perfect complement to your already rather pink ACME gundog whistle.

The gundog leads are made from 8mm attractive hand-spliced pink polyester rope, with a natural leather stopper, and they have a soft hand feel. Length: 60inch (150cm)

50% of the profit goes to Breast Cancer Care

See the pink slip leads here.

27 May 2009


Tick Season...

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Spring is well and truly on its way, and so is the tick season...Add Image

As an introductory offer, in the run up to Tick Prevention Week (6th-12th April), organised by BADA UK, Black Gundog is selling the O'Tom Tick Twister for just £3.95. See: http://www.blackgundog.com/productDetails.asp?item=tick-twister-removal-tool

There are a number of tick removal tools on the market all over the world, but in independent trials the O’Tom Tick Twister has proved to be significantly better than other devices for the safe and effective removal of ticks.

For more information on ticks and the diseases they carry, visit http://www.bada-uk.org/.

12 March 2009


BLACK GUNDOG RAISES £2,100 FOR BREAST CANCER CARE WITH PINK WHISTLES


Black Gundog ®, the new shooting and gundog brand, has so far raised £2,100 for Breast Cancer Care through sales of its special edition pink ACME gundog whistle. Laura Hill, owner of Black Gundog, presented the cheque to Amy Casbolt of Breast Cancer Care at Black Gundog’s headquarters in Leicestershire.

The special edition pink whistle took the shooting field by storm last year, and proved to be the perfect “stocking filler” at Christmas. It has since been sported at shoots, field trials and in the training field the length and breadth of the UK, and demand has also been strong from overseas customers from as far a field as Sweden, Russia, USA and Japan.

Laura Hill said: “When I had the idea for the pink whistle, it was hard to gauge how people would react to it, and what the demand would be. I am delighted that so many people have embraced the concept and shown their support for Breast Cancer Care in such a visible way.”

The whistle, which is available in 210 ½ and 211 ½ versions, comes on a Black Gundog lanyard and costs £10 (inc. P&P). It is only available from http://www.blackgundog.com/ or by calling 0845 009 1509.

Black Gundog also has a range of sporting womenswear and gundog training accessories, and 10% of profits on these products also go to the charity.

ENDS

For more information, contact Laura Hill on laura@blackgundog.com .

04 July 2008

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