London, January 23 – STAY, the leading serviced apartment brand based canal-side in London’s vibrant Camden area, has launched a collaboration with The Innocent Hound to celebrate their pet-friendly hospitality policy and services.

The collaboration includes a dog-friendly neighbourhood guide which highlights the best walks, stores and restaurants that welcome dogs in the Camden area. Tying up with The Innocent Hound, canine or feline guests will be treated on arrival with delicious handmade treats and their beautiful handcrafted toys.
The Innocent Hound is a family run pet food manufacturer based in Wetherby. They produce award-winning, air-dried food and treats that are handcrafted using high quality, responsibly sourced British meats. STAY will provide a welcome pack which consists of treats in sophisticated flavours of lamb with yellow split pea or duck sausage and cranberry for the more discerning pup, while fussy felines can choose from tuna and crab slices or chicken and duck slices, whilst also enjoying a luxury leather catnip mouse. And on request, STAY can also provide you with dog or cat beds tailored to the size of your cat or dog for the duration of your stay.

STAY serviced apartments offer residents extended, flexible accommodation with the comfort and conveniences of a home, combined with the luxuries of a boutique hotel, including weekly cleaning, a friendly front office team and 24-hour security.

The Innocent Hound’s air-dried dog and cat food is a simple and gentle method of removing moisture from the ingredients, whilst protecting the flavour and nutrients. It requires very little processing and no high temperatures, resulting in a delicious and nutritious food. They use freshly prepared raw meat, sourced from British farms with some of the highest animal welfare standards in the world, and healthy fruit and vegetables.
The business was inspired by their rescue lurcher, Bongo, the company is committed to supporting dog rescue charities. Their zero-food waste policy means that food is regularly donated to rescues across the UK – in the last year that has been over 1,000kg of tail-wagging food.