In This Issue
Dragon Deborah Meaden exits Billy+Margot as firm announces partnership with The Company of Animals
PetQuip announces finalists for its prestigious Awards
Speculation over future of online pet retailers
‘Entry level’ brand DogStar launched by makers of Animology
Beaphar pledge donations to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
New vet squad on a mission to protect vulnerable pets
Two UK pet owners to launch Natural Dog Conference
Pets Corner vouch to pay suppliers within 14 days of invoice
New pet shop to open in Ripon
Wolverhampton pet shop gets new owner
Pet sitter retires from ‘the loveliest job in the world'
£2,000 parrot stolen from Cheshire pet shop
PDSA vets save dog with ‘football-sized’ tumour
Pooch & Mutt launches New Puppy Development Pocket Pack
Wildlife World donate products to support two TV gardening shows
Peterborough business chief in 73-mile walk for dog rescue charity
Pet shop burglar jailed for three years
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New pet shop to open in Ripon

Pets Corner has been providing the nation with pet supplies since 1968, and they are now excited to be opening a new store on North Street, Ripon.

On 22nd August the doors of the brand new Ripon store will open to the public for the first time.

The local pet store’s focus surrounds its desire to provide the best possible advice to help customers care for their much loved animal family members. The new store will include an extensive range of naturally sourced, quality products for a range of furry, feathered and scaly companions.

Sara Sharp, Store Manager at Ripon Pets Corner, said:m“Having grown from a small corner pet shop, Pets Corner, an independent family enterprise, has rapidly expanded over the years to become one of the leading ethical pet businesses in the UK.

“It’s really exciting to be opening the new Pets Corner store in Ripon. My staff and I, having undergone extensive training in animal husbandry, pet behaviour, animal treatment and medicine and nutrition, are raring to go and looking forward to advising the local community on all their pet issues and day to day questions.”
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