In This Issue
Puppy sales at pet shops set to be banned
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Pet Industry Federation issues statement
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How should UK businesses develop a Brexit strategy?
HOWND enters the dog treat market
Making a store dog-friendly can boost business
Great seminars lined up for PATS Telford, including keynote talks from pet business expert J.Nichole Smith
Poppy’s Picnic’s nominated for three business awards
Lintbells says Mobility Matters at PATS
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Pets at Home withdraws dog treats from shelves
Loving Pets appoints Steve Cooke as Sales Director
New name and packaging for Equitop GLME
Keep your dog safe on your Summer Staycation
The best of the previous Pet Trade Xtra
New pet store concept from Kennelgate
Garden centre puts up the 'dogs welcome' signs
British brand Laughing Dog launches new cat food range
Excitement builds as PATS Telford gets set for epic show
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Garden centre puts up the 'dogs welcome' signs


Glendoick Garden Centre has joined an increasing number of retail establishments in allowing dogs on to the premises.


Following help from Dog Friendly Perthshire, a “Dog Etiquette” notice has been produced to make sure all customers are able to enjoy their experience at Glendoick.


Jane Cox, Director said “We receive a lot of passing trade from customers travelling between Aberdeen and the South and have been increasingly asked for dogs to be allowed in. I think this hot weather has made this even more important when customers are choosing where to stop for a break in their journey.”


Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and are allowed on the main central walkway as a means to access the two outdoor café terraces. Glendoick offers a shaded car parking area where dog owners can also find a water butt and dog bowl.

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