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HOWND offers 10% retailer discount at PATS Telford
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PetQuip Award winners to be revealed on Sunday
Eco pet company sees sales of poop bags soar as the UK leads a global revolution in responsible dog owning
TV Vet School star launches the KrillBar at PATS
Bucktons gets set for the ‘big reveal’ at PATS Telford
World Cup rugby stars - and their dogs - are fans of Frozzys
Animology creators introduce new 'entry level' brand
Support Dogs receive Burns ‘Charity of the Year’ award
AmPet set to unveil innovative American products
Foobler is the world’s first electronic treat feeder for dogs
The Pet Hut links with PDSA as 100th store opens
Win tickets to the Pet Industry Forum & Awards
Market research specialists GfK carry out sales tracking insights on pet food
Burns opens new pet shop in Wales
Pooch & Mutt reach Facebook milestone with 50,000 followers
Ancol supplies collars for new dog tracking device
Three-legged hamster gets back on the wheel
Minor injury leads to near-fatal infection for Leia
Charity to receive 5p carrier bag proceeds from Pets Corner
Collarways set to launch Stay Over Rover
Fish4Dogs adds two new products to treat range
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The Pet Hut links with PDSA as 100th store opens

Claiming to be the UK's fastest-growing pet retailer, The Pet Hut has celebrated a milestone with the opening of its 100th store...

The discount chain, which is owned by Poundstretcher, has also partnered with veterinary charity PDSA in order to give customers access to its animal expertise.

The move will see PDSA's free PetCheck programme introduced at a number of its stores, with veterinary nurses giving free wellbeing checks to dogs from vans and offering care advice for other pets.

The Pet Hut also plans to provide information points in all its stores to offer help and advice to shoppers on how to look after their animals.

To mark the alliance, the retailer is pledging to raise over £50,000 for the charity over the coming year, with a fundraising drive in all outlets.

The Pet Hut's 100th store opened in Chesterfield on Friday in a programme that has seen the business expand by 25 stores in the last nine months.

The Pet Hut and Poundstretcher managing director Ian York said: "This is an exciting partnership for both us at The Pet Hut and for PDSA as, as we grow our business, the more opportunities there will be to raise money for their excellent cause.

"Our stores are opening across the UK every single month, with our 100th store a real flagship moment for us.
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