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Murphy’s Doggy Deli

The inspiration behind Murphy’s Doggy Deli is Murphy the Alaskan Malamute. Murphy began his raw fed journey as a very young pup with ongoing digestive issues. After trying several premium brands of kibble to no avail, I began to research raw feeding.

Murphy’s Doggy Deli

Unit N, The Old Brick Yard
Ashton Keynes Wiltshire SN6 6QR
United Kingdom

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Business Description

Dogs are facultative carnivores. This means that they can eat plant-based foods, but their teeth, jaws and digestive system are designed to eat meat. Murphy's Doggy Deli is committed to helping your dog transition to a raw diet. We offer a wide range of delicious natural treats, dog health supplements, as well as raw dog food made by the most respected names in the raw-food industry. There are hundreds of products available and they can be delivered directly to your home without any minimum order. We offer our delivery service across Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. We want to make giving a varied and balanced raw meal to your pet as simple as feeding a commercial diet. Check our website or call us now.

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Wednesday9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Friday9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday9:30 am - 12:00 pm
SundayClosed
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About Ashton Keynes

Ashton Keynes is a village and civil parish in north Wiltshire, England which borders with Gloucestershire. The village is about 5 miles (8 km) south of Cirencester and 3.5 miles (5.6 km) west of Cricklade. At the 2011 census the population of the parish, which includes the hamlet of North End, was 1,400.The village lies within the Cotswold Water Park and on both sides of the River Thames, which has many channels here. It is about 6.5 miles (10 km) from the river's source at Thames Head. == History == A Romano-British settlement and field system was west of the present-day village, spanning the county boundary; it was investigated in 1971 before it was destroyed by gravel extraction. 'Ashton' comes from the Old English Æsctūn, meaning 'place or settlement where ash trees grew'. In 1086, land at Essitone held by Cranborne Priory (Dorset) was recorded in the Domesday Book within Cricklade hundred. The land was transferred to the recently founded Tewkesbury Abbey (Gloucestershire) in 1102.Ashton Keynes Castle (or Hall's Close) was a 12th-century moated ringwork and bailey, just north of the village. The manor was held by the de Cahaignes or Keynes family, and this was incorporated into the village name. Land at Leigh, to the southeast, was part of Ashton Keynes manor until 1584 when Leigh became a separate manor.Ashton House was built in the 18th century and is Grade II listed.In 1851 in the 35 homes in Gosditch were living a tailor, saddler, tallow chandler, stonemason, many glove makers and a cobbler.

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