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165 New Road
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What better present for your pet this Christmas than the gift of Gold Standard Pet Care? Our TLC Pet Club has been upgraded so members can now get even more value and save even more money! Since the day we launched it over two decades ago, our TLC Pet Club has been helping pet owners…
Most of us enjoy having plants inside our homes, they look nice, some even smell nice and they can make us feel happy, especially at this time of year. But some plants can be harmful to your pet and leaving a new plant with soil at their level is definitely something they will want to…
If you’ve ever wondered if giving your dog ‘just a little bit’ of mince pie or chocolate cake is ok, think again. Are you concerned if your dog takes a sip from your beer or wine? You should be…. Here are 9 festive treats that your dog should most definitely avoid: If your…
In this series of articles on how to keep your pet safe and happy this Christmas, we’ve covered food, drink and plants that should be avoided. But what about reducing the risk of your pet having an accident when we’re rushing around and caught up in Christmas cheer? Read our top tips on…
Looking forward to Christmas in Worcestershire? Let’s make sure it’s a good one for us AND safe for our pets.
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