Pet Pavilion Takes Battersea Dog and Cats Home Annual Reunion Event at Battersea Park!

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Battersea Dogs And Cats Home Annual Reunion   The week before last on the 3rd of September Battersea Dogs and Cats home held their Annual Reunion at Battersea Park. It really was the place to be with more than dozens of different breeds floating around, stools with different doggie goodies and services, doggie agility courses and even a doggie competition where Pet Pavilion appeared as judges. Pet Pavilion have been working with Battersea Dogs and Cats home for a very long time and we continue to take part and sponsor events such as these. If you did not come/visit Pet...

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Come and try out our Pop Up Pawsecco Bar's

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Located in all of our stores our Pawsecco is a dog-friendly non-alcoholic healthy beverage of infused Elderflower, nettle, ginseng and lime flower. If your pooch prefers pink more than white go with the rose style flavour which has a pinch of carrot added to the original recipe. The Pawsecco is the perfect thirst quencher, or you can even serve over food for that extra cherry on top. If ‘wine’ isn’t their style though maybe they will say bottoms up to our bottom sniffer non-carbonated dog beer. Our non-alcoholic dog beer is made with burdock, dandelion, nettle and natural chicken flavouring...

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Pet Pavilion at The Belgravia Dog Show 2016

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Pet Pavilion was delighted to sponsor and participate in the Belgravia Dog Show 2016. Our popup shop featured a variety of fun items from our stores and we handed out our new, natural treats and doggy beer to all our furry friends who attended the event. Our Doggie Disco was also a huge success with dog owners and their furry family friends taking to the dance floor and grooving to the sounds of tracks like 'Who Let the Dogs Out' and 'You Ain't Nothing but a Hound Dog'. 100% of profits went to Dogs Trust  (www.dogstrust.org.uk/) an animal welfare charity...

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6 Wonderful Things Your Pet Brings To Your Life

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Our pets manage to bring us so much love and joy without much effort, they make us laugh and comfort us when we are unwell. There are around 12 million British households that choose to have a pet, and it’s no wonder why! They lower our stress levels – Modern life, especially in cities, can be filled with stress, however owning a pet can help your worries. Studies have found that just by stroking a purring cat or petting your dog can help you relax. Previous studies have also found that pet owners have lower blood pressure and cholesterol than...

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How To Properly Brush Your Dogs Teeth

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Brushing your dogs’ teeth regularly is important for maintaining good breath and preventing dental diseases.   If your dog is still young, they will be more likely to accept brushing and get used to it. The best way to do this is to use a dental kit like this. Start at the front of the mouth and work your way to the back, the whole process should take you around 3 minutes. Make sure you cover every tooth to prevent plaque build-up. You don’t need to brush behind the teeth, just the outside. Plaque and tartar can start to go hard...

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