Squire?s new Pets & Aquatics Centre a hit with visitors

by | Feb 1, 2017 | News | 0 comments

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Squire?s Garden Centre in Badshot Lea held a special ?Pets & Aquatics? event last weekend to celebrate the opening of their impressive new Pets & Aquatics Centre.

Families and children came to meet furry pets and scaly reptiles, and some brave volunteers even held and stroked spiders! Children could paint a bunny moneybox, and people came to get their dogs micro-chipped, and to get free veterinary advice from Carthcart and Winn Veterinary Clinic.

Following an investment of more than ?100,000, Squire?s have really turned-on the wow factor in their Pets & Aquatics Centre, which has a stunning new look and layout, stylish new fish houses with the largest selection of fish in the area, and even free weighing scales for your dog. Come and see their great selection of animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles, tropical fish and snakes to name but a few. You can also get free advice from their friendly and knowledgeable pet experts.

Find out more about it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiCJADqt_A8

Squire?s Pets & Aquatics Centre is open every day. Plus on Thursday?s in term-time there?s a free ?Meet Our Furry Friends? session at 9.30-10.30am and 4-5pm, where you can stroke some of the animals and learn more about them.

Squire?s Garden Centre, Badshot Lea Road, Farnham. GU9 9JX.

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