In This Issue
Cashing in on growing trend of birthday gifts for dogs
Garden centre launches special cafe for dog owners
Pets at Home shares slump as sales growth misses expectations
£1.8 million pet hospital opens in the West Midlands
Shih Tzu swallows a whole kitchen scourer
8in1 extend popular Minis range with six innovative new flavours
Tastybone reports huge success in Spain
Lily's Kitchen backs innovative podcast called Houndsounds
Vitalin film star looking for a home
Woman horrified after Pets at Home staff shave off cat's fur
Campaign to reduce Jersey's dog mess problem
Barkers - 'the best shop for dogs ever' - to open in Kent
New Chillax Cool products now available from Rosewood Pet Products
Woman jailed after strangling pet dog with lead
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£1.8 million pet hospital opens in the West Midlands

Oldbury Pet Hospital has opened in the West Midlands after a huge effort to raise £1.8 million.

Demand for the veterinary treatment rose by 79% between 2006 and 2014.

The old Pet Hospital in Quinton, which had been open since 1961, could not cope with the number of pets needing care in the area.

The new hospital on St Matthews Road, is called The Marian and Christina Ionescu Centre of Surgical Excellence and has state-of-the-art operating theatres, a critical care ward and the latest diagnostic and surgical equipment.

The new Pet Hospital has been built thanks to the generous donations of supporters and members of the public.
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