Con and Pam Dowding came to Devon in 1987 to Farm, having already established and run a successful Pet Shop in Sussex. Conrad holds the Diploma in Pet Shop Management from the British VeterinaryAssociation/ Pet Trade Association, and was involved in the setting up and tutoring for the new City and Guilds Diploma in Pet Shop Management It is from this background knowledge of the Pet Trade that has enabled PPE to grow.
We recognise that in Britain pets are full members of the family and because of this consistent quality products are essential. This also breeds loyalty from customers to shops and wholesalers alike.Therefore, we aim to always provide the very best through know-how, attention to detail and by blending the very best traditional methods of growing with the very latest most efficient ways of packaging and handling.
Cornwall Farmers supplies a full range of farm supplies, equine products and clothing, pet supplies including feed and bedding, and country household products and services to the rural and farmingcommunity. With over 90 years experience we are proud to offer unparalleled service, knowledge and value for money to farmers and the rural community in Devon and Cornwall. Come on in to your local country store and put us to the test.
I normally advise measuring from the neck to base of tail, but as you see in the photo I have taken this coat abit further past the base of tail. The bottom area of the coat is shaped to give a betterfit. If you have an unusual shape dog its always worth measuring around the neck and chest. The strapes are adjustable to give a perfect fit. The coat slips over the head so if you have a dog with a rather wide neck let me know and the coat will be re-shaped to fit.
The Business has gone from strength to strength and we put this down to good old fashioned reliability, service and extremely competitive price. With a fantastically well stocked shop and Market Stallwe feel you will not find anywhere better for your pet supplies. Our staff are all very knowledgeable, friendly and treat you with the utmost care and attention and will always have yours and your pets best interest at heart.
We are Martin and Annette who's passion in life is animals we specialise in nutrition for cats. We currently have several rescue dogs but have also cats, horses, livestock and other animals. NUTRITIONis what we do and enjoy learning more every day. We understand one diet or food type does not always fit all and we like to find the best solution for every animal and try to find a food that also suits the owner's needs, budget or choice as well - pets always come first of course!
Home sweet bone offers to give all our guest dog(s) all the home comforts that your pet would have at home. With lots of country side walks and beaches to choose from around Liskeard Cornwall. Yourdog(s) will be cared for in a safe environment, which is fully licensed and insured with Cornwall County Council.
On each visit your pets will be pampered, fed and watered, whilst litter trays, cages etc are cleaned. In addition to looking after your pets, our service also includes: taking in of post, opening andclosing of curtains, alternating lighting between rooms, and watering of household and patio plants, all inclusive of the price. We also leave a diary for your return and offer a texting service to let you know what your pets are up to each day while you are away.
Moretonhampstead is an ancient market town located on the north eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park. It is a town of character and dates back over 1000 years to Saxon times, Moreton (as the localscall it) is known as The Gateway to the Moor, and it is the ideal base from which to explore some of Britain's most spectacular countryside. No part of the National Park is more than an hour's drive away from the town and most of the well-known beauty spots are close by.
In 1963, the Bridgman family moved to Newton-St-Petrock in Devon and ran a small dairy unit there with some beef, sheep and cereals on 154 acres. For years, Bridgmans were known for supplying drainagematerials but stocks of other agricultural materials gradually grew to provide most requisites for the local farming community.