PamPurredPets was founded in 1981 when the first store opened in Ferndown, Dorset. By ensuring that we earn a reputation as being the place to go, PamPurredPets has become the south’s largest independent high street pet store chain. Our aim is to enhance the well-being of pets by supplying quality products at competitive prices from clean, hygienic surroundings with friendly, qualified staff.
Harry, a Budgie in Bedminster has a new and free cage thanks to his owners who were the first customers through the door at the new PamPurredPets store at Channons Hill Retail Park, Fishponds. George Williams and his partner Jenny Wiltshire, claimed the free cage ahead of other people queuing to grab opening day offers and bargains.
The new store is the 47th opened by the successful family run retail group founded by Steve and Debbie Fowler in 1981. Steve Fowler says that they expect the that the £130,000 investment will meet the approval of pet owners in the area. Apart from products for the more traditional pets such as cats, dogs, birds and small mammals, the stores also support new trends. Homeowners concerned about the rising cost of food, the carbon emissions created by the transportation of produce, and who want to eat truly organic eggs, have flocked to local pet stores to buy chicken coops. The business also continues to promote the use of biodegradable dog poop bags, and also has a special diet section for dog and cat owners who wish to provide the healthiest option for their pets.
Tracey Owens, the new Manager who owns a house rabbit and three cats, will work with 5 full and part time locally recruited staff to maintain a high standard of service within the 4,700 sq ft outlet.
PamPurredPets Retail Operations Manager Karen Roy said: “We look forward to help fundraise for local animal charities and support relevant council initiatives to support the community.”
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PamPurredPets’ 17 stores in Hampshire are offering free biodegradable dog poo bags to help councils encourage more owners to pick up faeces as they walk in the area. The groups Managing Director Steve Fowler says that he hopes that the giveaway bio degradable bags will help more owners to pick the mess up and offer an eco-friendly alternative for dog owners.
“It has always seemed odd to put natural waste that will rapidly decompose into a bag that will pollute the environment for years,” said Steve Fowler. “The eco-friendly bags can be safely buried in gardens should the dog owner not be able to use a waste bin.”
He said that having owned dogs for 20 years he appreciates that to pick up the faeces whilst out walking is one of the few less rewarding aspects of dog ownership, but if dog owners fail to pick up the waste they will encourage the call for dogs to be banned from public spaces.
“Even dog owners with good intentions can find themselves suddenly short of bags in their coat pocket so our store managers will be pleased to offer an emergency bag or two!”
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