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Australian firm acquires UK pet business Billy+Margot
Revealed: the secrets of success of the UK's Pet Retailer of the Year
Shop fitting is crucial to a store's success
PATS Telford breaks 2,000-visitor mark…AGAIN!
Picture round-up from the pet extravanganza
Telford our 'biggest and best yet', say award winners Beco Pets
Torus Bowl proves to be a winner for Dog Rocks UK
Pet Rebellion's novel way to showcase car mats
Exciting ranges from Bucktons and Nature's Feast
Free bubbly to pet business who joined PIF at PATS
Vividarium scoops pet industry’s top accolade
Bessie and Boo set to launch Guide Dogs fundraising week
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PATS Telford 2016 New Product Award winners
PetQuip Award winners
Ultimate Goldfinch Mix scoops award
Ozzy's on-screen death set to devastate Coronation Street fans
Lifetime Achievement Award for Bruce Fogle
Innovative new dog bowl earns TV Supervet praise
NAF's sparkling trade fair sponsorship
See how the experts have 'A Way with Dogs'
Noel Edmonds says he hasn't lost the plot over pet website
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Noel Edmonds says he hasn't lost the plot over pet website
Noel Edmonds has defended himself against critics who mocked a website he launched to arrange motivational speeches for animals that may be feeling under the weather.

Pet owners who feel their “feathered, furry [or] scalely friends” would benefit from some “positive words of appreciation” can now call on Edmonds for help.

Fans feared the TV presenter had “lost the plot” – but Edmonds said he was trying to make the world a “better place”.

Speaking to Mail Online he said: “What plot? Someone accused me of having ‘gone off the rails’ but I’ve never been on them hence the success and happiness I enjoy on a daily basis.

“I always have a giggle. Too many people take the living experience too seriously. What's the point of life if we can’t be positive, have fun and make the world a better place?”

Despite the criticism, Edmonds is said to have received 2,000 email applications in four hours seeking his help and is planning to launch the first radio station exclusively for animals.

“We have now decided to bring forward our plans to launch the world's first radio station exclusively for animals - Positively Pets - and hope to be on-air by Christmas,” he said.

“I’m inviting pet lovers to send in their audio messages for their loved ones and we will broadcast them plus music requests and "special relaxing tones" for pets left at home alone.”
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