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  1. New animal care traineeship starting at Campus Vets and Pets this July!

    If you’re aged 16-24, unemployed and looking for experience working with animals, an animal care traineeship could be just what you need to kick-start your career!

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  2. How to choose a boarding kennel or cattery: 9 questions to ask

    At Campus Vets and Pets, we know what an important decision choosing where to board your pet is. Take a look at our tips and advice about how to choose a boarding kennel or cattery that is right for your pet…

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  3. Train to become a dog groomer on a Saturday at Campus Vets and Pets!

    If you’re tired of your 9-5 job and want a career that you’re passionate about, training to become a dog groomer could be your next career move!

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  4. Summer bookings open at the kennels and cattery!

    Our boarding kennels and cattery is open for bookings throughout the summer holidays, but spaces are now filling up – make sure to book your pet in soon to avoid disappointment!

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  5. Refer a friend to our boarding service and get a FREE dog groom!

    Has your pet previously stayed at the Campus Vets and Pets Kennels or Cattery? We’re now offering a FREE dog groom to past boarding customers when they refer someone to our kennels/cattery!

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  6. Do your pets need somewhere to stay this Spring? Campus Vets and Pets can help!

    With flowers beginning to bloom and the Easter holidays fast approaching, if you’re planning on making a getaway this Spring, now is the time to be finding somewhere for your cat or dog to stay…

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  7. Protect your pooch this Pet Theft Awareness Day

    ‘Designer dog’ breeds can now cost in excess of £1000, making them potential goldmines to dog thieves. These breeds, such as French Bulldogs and Chihuahuas, are becoming more and more popular with the help of celebrity owners and social media. And as they become increasingly popular, they become more valuable targets to thieves.

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