Kennomeat was a popular brand of canned dog food sold in the United Kingdom. It was particularly popular in the 1960s due to a successful series of TV commercials which reversed the role of dogs and their masters. Robert Wilson & Sons were an established manufacturer of pet foods, with canneries in Barrhead near Glasgow and at Malone in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and in the 1930s they registered the names Kennomeat and Kattomeat. The respective products for canines and felines were not launched until the 1950s, but soon took 20 per cent of the British pet food market.
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