Check out some local businesses who can assist pet owners during this time.
Quinney’s Pet Supplies
Quinney’s Pet Supplies will reopen in the Market Hall on Monday 18th May from 9am until 1pm (Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays) and they have new measures in place to keep everyone safe.
Quinney’s Pet Supplies still have plenty of stocks of dog, cat, small animal food as well as budgie, parrot, cockatiel, parakeet and canary seed. We also have plenty for the wild birds too including seed, nuts, sunflower hearts, nyger, robin and songbird, fatballs, suet etc. as well as a selection of bird tables all fully assembled – free local delivery.
Call on 07800506588 or visit their website www.quinneyspetsupplies.co.uk or visit their Facebook page here – www.facebook.com/qpetsupplies. If you prefer to e-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Free local delivery.
“Rest assured we will do our best to continue providing a service for your pets.”
Broomhill Farm Luxury Dog Hotel
Broomhill Farm Luxury Dog Hotel are a Boarding Kennels and Cattery and can help with pet care for essential workers, persons needing medical treatment, or anyone needing pet care due to the Covid-19 crisis. They can provide Day Care for Dogs and Cats, Overnight Boarding, we have on site dog walking and exercise facilities. They have put measures in place for social distancing and prevention of the spread of Covid -19
DRL Pet Supplies & Raw Feed
DRL Pet Supplies & Raw Feed are a family run pet shop based in Brimington, offering customers in Chesterfield a free delivery service, we stock a wide range of products, feeds and treats. Whether you have a dog or a horse we cover a wide range of feeds and even offer personal shopping service from our many suppliers – “Don’t hesitate to get in touch as we are always here to help.”
Walkie Woo Woos & Pet Services
Walkie Woo Woos & Pet Services are a fully insured and DBS-checked dog walker who are offering discounted 30-minute contactless dog walks for people self isolating in Chesterfield.
They use their own leads and ask that the dog is let into a garden or safe place to allow them clip the lead on, take the dog a walk – ensuring social distancing – and will then contact the owner when nearly back at the properly to collect the dog from their garden or safe place. They will not be allowing the dog to come off the lead or have contact with any people or dogs whilst out. Maximum of 4 dogs from the same household.
For more information or to book, visit Www.walkiewoowoos.co.uk