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Recommended Pet Shops 0161 491 5001
Greater Manchester, Cheadle, SK8 2PE

distance: (3.5 miles)
Welcome to Mutts Butts our online dog poop bags shop. Here, you can choose from our range of Oxo-Biodegradable waste bags. Our bags are environmentally friendly and great quality. We designed them in a 'vest shape' with tie handles to make dealing with your best friend's waste, quick and easy.
Sunderlands Pet Store 0161 370 1474
Greater Manchester, Manchester, M11 1JS

distance: (8.2 miles)
Sunderlands Pets has been established for 15 years and has built up a reputation based on our genuine love for animals and their welfare. We always have beautiful kittens for sale in the shop...and also specialise in different breeds of guinea-pigs and rabbits, aswel as selling many other small animals and caged birds.
Cheshire Pet Supplies 0161 928 3588
Greater Manchester, Altrincham, WA15 8EJ

distance: (13.1 miles)
Cheshire Pet Supplies is a family run traditional pet shop operating in Altrincham for over 30 years keeping pets happy around the North West and across the UK. As an approachable and friendly business, we value both our loyal and new customers alike. We provide competitive prices on all our products whilst offering a personal service.
Pet Care 0161 652 9605
Greater Manchester, Oldham, OL8 1QN

distance: (14.7 miles)
Here at PetCare we have been established for well over 50 years providing the high levels of expertise, which has been passed down from generation to generation, required to provide the best pets, products and advice for our customers.
Sheldons Dairy and Pet Supplies 01565 634509
Cheshire, Knutsford, WA16 8DX

distance: (17 miles)
David Sheldon started out in 1957 buying his first milkround in Atherton. Then eight years later in 1965 sold his round there to Asssociated Dairies later to become the supermarket ASDA. Seeing an opportunity in an expanding Knutsford bought a round off a retiring milkman Pete Stammers in the Bexton area and worked out of Whitehouse Farm, Bexton Lane. Together with wife Pamela worked seven days a week expanding the business as Knutsford grew David moved to larger premises on Thorneyholme Drive behind Randle's Smithy and the Fryery fish and chip shop which is now a housing development called the Shambles.

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