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B&M removes pet treat from shelves after dog death
Pet firm makes it into Top 100 'Best Small Companies to Work for' list
Bestpets and independent pet shops support local schools with free Wild Bird Watching Starter Kit
Supreme uses in-house expertise to grow US business
Owners underestimate the true cost of caring for a dog
Interest grows in AQUA as dates and venue confirmed for 2019 show
Nylabone launches edible wild 'Snacks' range at Crufts
PIF has plenty to offer dog-related businesses at Crufts
Innocent unveils small animal pouches
Britain’s dogs deserve a playrise, says technology experts
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Police release CCTV after woman is bitten by dog outside pet shop
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Kim Goldsworthy joins Podium Pet Products
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PIF has plenty to offer dog-related businesses at Crufts

The Pet Industry Federation (PIF) will be exhibiting at Crufts 2018 at Birmingham’s NEC, taking place from today (Thursday) until Sunday.


Visitors to the PIF stand in Hall 5, stand 36 will be able to speak to the team about products and services which are of benefit to dog-related businesses, such as dog groomers, boarding establishments, dog daycare providers and pet sitters.   


From the stand, visitors will be able to get their paws on exclusive PIF Crufts discount vouchers with offers on PIF membership, courses and other products.


PIF will also be showcasing its public-facing website which has seen dramatic growth since its launch in July 2017, with thousands of people visiting the site to find their nearest trusted pet business. Visitors will be able to test their dog breed knowledge with a fun and interactive quiz to raise awareness of


PIF’s new canine and human first aid courses, taking place at a range of venues throughout the year, will be available to book and are integral to anyone working with dogs; as well as the Level 2 City & Guilds Certificate in Professional Dog Walking with additional dates recently announced for 2018.


From advice on qualifications, courses and the British Dog Grooming Championship; to, licensing, primary authority, membership benefits and much more, the PIF team is looking forward to welcoming visitors to its stand (Hall 5-36) at the world’s greatest dog show.

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