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New pet product is set to take the industry by storm
Screening and responsible breeding are improving dog health, new statistics show
Dog Rocks looks to appoint Head of Sales
Pet shop couple retire after 27 years in the business
Dog owner no longer wanted pet because it was sitting in 'front of the TV while the football was on'
PATS lead results in extra business for AmPet director
Petface introduce ‘Doggy Dino’s’ – a range of dog toys
Turkey Sausages with Cranberry are a festive hit
Top line-up of speakers at first Natural Dog Conference
PetSafe encourages retailers to 'Paws for Thought'
Ceva gives Hope to dogs with its ‘Happy Homes’ initiative
King British launches new website with Advent giveaway
Ex-Pets at Home store manager jailed
Pet food manufacturer fined after injury to teenage worker
Pet Industry Federation announces new member benefit
Nearly 1 million UK cats at higher risk of HIV type virus
Online retailers sees 300% increase in sales on Black Friday
London pet firm expands its reach into the North
Forthglade announces partnership with Guide Dogs
Small businesses forced to borrow to cover essential outgoings
Canterbury's new Pets at Home store opens tomorrow
Three million working days lost caring for sick children
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PetSafe encourages retailers to 'Paws for Thought'

PetSafe is donating hundreds of toys to homeless cats and dogs across the UK as part of its Christmas charity campaign, ‘Paws for Thought’.

Urging retailers up and down the country to encourage their customers to get involved, the pet product expert is asking people to nominate their preferred animal shelter or charity via the company’s Facebook and Twitter page throughout November and December. Each week a shelter will be chosen by a prize draw and a hamper full of PetSafe toys will be delivered to them before Christmas.

Launching the campaign at Manchester Dogs Home by donating various products, PetSafe hopes the campaign will raise the profiles of the shelters and encourage pet owners to find out more about how they can help their local rescue centre.

International Marketing Director at PetSafe® Angela Critchley, said: “With so many homeless pets in the UK we wanted to launch a Christmas initiative which would help raise awareness. We’re inviting customers and retailers to get involved and raise the profile of any animal shelter or charity which they feel makes a difference. They do amazing work and we are proud to support them.”

To nominate a shelter of your choice tweet @PetSafeUK or go to

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