In This Issue
From vet nurse to pet the driving force behind an exciting new business venture
Innovative dog toy hits UK market and is destined to be a bestseller
Record sales and multi-million pound deals for pet firm
Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2018 – winners announced!
The hidden pet killers in your medicine cabinet
Forthglade launches new sea bass recipe
Pets really DO make us happier according to research
A wholesale approach gives Butcher's the edge
Were you fooled by these April Fool's Day stories?
HayPigs! launches dog treat called Guinea Poop
New 'age-reduction pet food launched by Pooch & Mutt
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Controversial pet store re-issued with licence, allowing it to sell puppies
PFMA releases its Top Ten Pets Chart and New Pet Population Data 2018
Bestpets supports groomers with launch of new Product Guide
New advice for marine aquarists to prevent poisoning
Pet insurance premiums soar, survey reveals
Dog gone fishin’ treats range launched
Hokamix…the problem solver!
New consumer friendly packaging for Equitop Myoplast
The best of the previous Pet Trade Xtra
New dog food range launched exclusively in Pets at Home
Pet retailer Ken Burgess puts profitable store up for sale
More than 1,800 visitors attend PATS Sandown
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Controversial pet store re-issued with licence, allowing it to sell puppies

A controversial pet store, located in a Berkshire garden centre, has had its licence re-issued by the local council, and will again be able to sell puppies.


Linton Pet Store has been the subject of protests from animal welfare groups campaigning against the use of puppy farms.


Complaints led to Wokingham Borough Council revoking Linton Pet Store’s licence last October, but  following a council inspection, the store, based in Ladds Garden Village in Bath Road Hare Hatch, has had its licence to sell animals reinstated, including the sale of puppies.


A spokesman for the council said: “During a recent inspection licensing officers could find no lawful reason to refuse the licence.”

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