In This Issue
Pet firm wins £100,000 investment on Dragons' Den
HOWND named in Independent's 10 best dog grooming products
Why PATS Telford is a ‘must-visit' event
Bucktons gets set for the ‘big reveal’ at PATS Telford
Foobler is the world’s first electronic treat feeder for dogs
AmPet set to unveil innovative American products
Burgess on hand to discuss multi-pet offering at PATS
Bisto the dog raised £50k for sick pets
Beaphar offer a spot of calm in time for Bonfire Night
Stock up on Ancol’s top selling winter dog coats
Collarways set to launch Stay Over Rover
Lily's Kitchen appoints new sales director to support growth plans
Fish4Dogs adds two new products to treat range
Armed robber raids Southport's Pets At Home store
Taunton firefighters tackle blaze at Pets at Home
People leaving jobs because of 'chaos in the workplace'
Canada Pooch clothing launched in the UK
Pets Corner to support homeless dogs this Christmas
Slovakian man charged for animal welfare offences as he tried to transport 25 dogs to the Uk
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Pets Corner to support homeless dogs this Christmas

Pets Corner has launched a Christmas charity campaign to support homeless dogs across the UK during the festive period.

Working with the charity, ‘Give a dog a coat’, the family-run ethical pet retailer will be asking customers to donate dog coats throughout November and December by dropping them into their local Pets Corner store.  For every coat received, Pets Corner will also donate a tasty doggy treat to the charity.

‘Give a dog a coat’ was set up by Lara Evans of Essex, who was upset by seeing so many homeless, cold and shivering dogs in London during Christmas.  She felt the need to help and started knitting and sewing dog coats.  When she couldn’t keep up with the demand, she started an appeal asking others to donate second hand or homemade dog coats of their own.

Managing Director at Pets Corner, Dean Richmond, commented:

“The fact that there are many homeless dogs across the UK that are facing freezing conditions with no shelter or protection is heart-breaking.  We are pleased to be supporting ‘Give a dog a coat’ and hope that we can help to improve the lives of many animals who really don’t deserve to experience such hardship.”

Donations can be dropped off in any of Pets Corner’s 98 stores between 1st November and 31st December.  To find a local store, visit

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