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Pet retail group Jollyes sold to private equity firm
New dates for PATS Sandown 2019 announced
HOWND hopes to raise $50,000 to bring innovative antimicrobial pet bowl to market
‘Full of Love and Pride’ recipes from Lily's Kitchen
Three weeks to go until Bring Your Dog To Work Day
UK owners unaware pets at risk, reveals new survey
Beaphar unveils new branding at Interzoo 2018
Think Parrots Show returns to Kempton Park Racecourse
Add your grooming business to online directory
PFMA responds to Defra’s Future Farming Consultation
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3 pet food suppliers are dominating the industry — but the competition is heating up
Vet’s Kitchen launches Puppy Pack to support new pet owners
Beaphar UK strengthens team with two new veterinary nurses
Pets at Home issues flea warning
Pet Groomers and Regulation: BIGA members are asked to have their say
Brambles negotiating on behalf of wildlife rescue centres
CSJ solves tiny appetite issue
Pet insurance claims are through the WOOF
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Barking Heads and Meowing Heads reveal major makeovers
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Brambles negotiating on behalf of wildlife rescue centres

Brambles Pet and Wildlife has negotiated a deal to offer wildlife rehabilitators up to 50% savings on Esbilac Milk Replacer which many use for feeding baby mammals.


The 793g can cost as much as £70 and carers use a lot at this time of year. Wildlife carers can now buy direct with Kruuse UK, the European distributors, to offer a great deal.


David Tracey (Brambles sales manager) said: “We’ve had a great response from wildlife hospitals especially the smaller ones who are self-funded and have very limited funds.


"They also love the fact that Brambles have negotiated this deal without making any money from it”.

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