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Squire's Badshot Lea opens new Pets & Aquatics centre

Published: 13 January 2017 - Jenny Wonnacott

Squire's Garden Centre, Badshot Lea, has launched its “bigger and better” Pets & Aquatics centre following an investment of more than £100,000.

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Squire's of Badshot Lea is all about pets and aquatics next weekend to celebrate its new department

Squire's says it has “really turned on the wow-factor” with the department's new look and layout. The retailer is holding a special pets and aquatics weekend event next week to celebrate the refurbishment. A selection of animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles and tropical fish as well as reptiles will be on show, and there will be 20% off pet food and accessories.

Customers can also bring their dogs in for free micro-chipping on Saturday, January 28 and there will also be a talk on keeping a reptile as a pet. Dogs Trust will be giving advice about rescue dogs the following day.

 

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