Campus Vets and Pets, a new pet care centre bringing affordable pet care and job opportunities to the local area, is now open in Tingley.
The new centre, located just off of Junction 28 of the M62 on the former Mypetstop site in Capitol Park, is the latest venture of The College of Animal Welfare. Campus Vets and Pets will eventually host a state-of the art dog grooming centre, veterinary practice, boarding kennels and cattery, animal physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and dog training classes. The first of these facilities to open is the new dog grooming salon which is now open for appointments.
Leslie Heaton-Smith, Director at The College of Animal Welfare, said “We were delighted to have had the opportunity to purchase this unique building in 2015 and are very much looking forward to creating a new animal welfare and training hub that will combine exceptional, modern pet care facilities, along with training and job opportunities to the local community”.
To celebrate the launch of the new dog grooming salon, we are offering new clients the opportunity to have their dog’s first groom completely free of charge! This amazing offer is available on a first come, first served basis. To book an appointment please call us on 0113 467 8650 (Monday to Friday).
For more information on Campus Vets and Pets please visit www.campusvetsandpets.co.uk
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Notes to editors:
Campus Vets and Pets is a new pet care centre in Tingley, owned by The College of Animal Welfare.
Campus Vets and Pets, will host a range of pet care services including a state-of the art dog grooming centre, veterinary practice, boarding kennels and cattery, animal physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and dog training classes. The grooming centre is the first of these services to open (March 2016).
The College of Animal Welfare is one of the UK’s leading providers of veterinary nurse and animal care training and education; operating from four training centres around the UK. It has a hard-earned reputation for excellence and has created a number of unique achievements that have created new opportunities for learning.
For more information about Campus Vets and Pets please visit www.campusvetsandpets.co.uk