About our shop

Be More Bob is a shop for amazing dogs and for people who adore them.

Inspired by our wonderful Borderdoodle, Bob, the shop is full of the best quality products for your dog. 

We have an amazing range of collars, leads and harnesses, loads of food and treats and lots of super comfy beds.  Only the best and most fun toys are allowed and we have a wide selection for all dogs from puppy, small, medium, big to huge!

We have cool stuff for humans too including gifts and homewares, and of course the all important COFFEE!


Sharon and Gareth Glazzard with Bob the borderdoodle at their dog shop, Be More Bob

Our ethos

We like to shop local and support small businesses.  With that in mind we have carefully chosen who we work with.

We stock handmade items that use British fabrics and artisan skills.  This includes British made leads and collars, beds, bowls and toys. We have artwork, gifts and homewares that are made in Devon, Wiltshire, Surrey, Staffordshire and more.

We have also carefully chosen the best quality brands from Europe and the USA and we make sure that we only stock items that we would personally purchase.
We look for products that are ethically made, use eco-conscious packaging and that share our values.

We use minimal packaging and where plastic is necessary, we make sure it's recycled and recyclable.  We stock brands that use bio-degradable product packaging and we aim to compost our waste product.

More About Bob

Bob Lying Down

Bob is a two year old Border Collie / Poodle cross.  He's a curly ball of fun that loves to meet dogs and people. He's sociable, gentle with children and always full of beans.  Who could ask for a better dog?

Bob likes stealing socks, sleeping on the big bed, chasing balls and burying chews.  Most of all Bob likes to be the centre of attention! 

He always tries to be a good boy....but sometimes things get really exciting, and he forgets!

Bob brings enormous fun and love to our lives and we think that everyone should aspire to Be more Bob.

Bob lives in the Cotswolds with his family.