by Karen Pickwick
Pet store chain PamPurredPets has launched a Dog Café service for pampered pooches who fancy a snack and drink while out with their owners.
Staff at the company’s high street and retail park stores in the south of England and South Wales, including Chichester and Worthing, will offer free samples of food and treats to visiting dogs as well as offering a bowl of water.
Steve Fowler, who founded PamPurredPets in 1981 and has always been a dog owner, said he hoped that the free service would prove a popular pit stop.
“We hope that we can make a dog’s trip to the high street more pleasant – and there is no need to book a table!” he said.
“A drink of water after a walk is important to a dog any time of the year and the reward of a tasty treat is rarely refused. We hope owners may wish to make a small donation to Waggy Tails, the dog rescue centre we support, whilst they visit.”
The stores will allow the four-legged visitors to taste new food choices introduced to an-ever expanding range of healthy dog dishes.